What is SEAP?
SEAP is the Society of European Affairs Professionals established in 1997. It is the recognised organisation of all EU public affairs professionals including those operating in trade associations, corporations, consultancies and other representative bodies. SEAP encourages the highest standards of professionalism for European affairs activity and promotes self-regulation of the profession.
Code of Conduct
SEAP adopted a Code of Conduct in 1997. Since then the Code has been revised and strengthened a number of times and now, through the introduction of a procedure for non-compliance, is an accountable and credible tool for the regulation of the industry. All SEAP members are bound to this code.
- Regrettable decision: EU Who is who removes details of EU officials
Over the last few days, the details of desk officers, policy assistants in the European Commission that were previously published on the ‘EU Whoiswho‘ online directory have been removed in an incomprehensible move. The Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP) is discouraged by this decision to reduce transparency, particularly in …
- The Board of SEAP appoints three new members
Brussels, Belgium – 14 February 2023 The Society of European Affairs Professionals (SEAP) is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to the Board. Roxana Moldovan Roxana leads strategic media, public affairs and crisis communications campaigns for Red Flag, a global campaigns consultancy. She previously provided strategic advice …
- SEAP letter to EP President
In light of the Corruption scandal at the European Parliament, we submitted a letter highlighting our position and asking to be involved in the adoption of new rules. Read the SEAP Letter to EP President
- SEAP Welcomes DeHavilland EU as a member
SEAP is delighted to announce that DeHavilland EU has joined its 240+ members this month. DeHavilland EU is a political intelligence company which helps organisations navigate the complex world of public affairs. Through providing concise and timely updates on the latest policy developments in Brussels and beyond, DeHavilland EU cuts …
- European Parliament bans entry to Russian company representatives
At the beginning of this month, the President of the European Parliament, Ms Roberta Metsola, announced on Twitter that “effective immediately, Russian company representatives are no longer allowed to enter European Parliament premises”. SEAP has contacted the Transparency Secretariat for more details, and it has been told that this decision has …
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- AI and the Future of Public Affairs: Navigating the Opportunities and Challenges
27/06/2023 in Brussels
- SEAP General Assembly
27/09/2023 in Brussels
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