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If you are…
- a civil society organisation
- an EU institution working in cooperation with a civil society organisation
And you are organising an event…
- relevant to the EESC's work
- relating to EU policies
- highly relevant to civil society issues
…then you can apply for a partnership with the EESC.
How to proceed?
- Read the "Step by step procedure" carefully and make sure you can comply with all the above conditions.
- Fill in and submit the online form.
- Your request will be examined and you will be notified of the decision.
- If you have any further questions, send an email to: partnershipseesc [dot] europa [dot] eu
Authorisation may be withdrawn at any time for safety reasons or for failure to comply with the Guidelines, without the organisers being entitled to claim any compensation.
Obligations of organisers:
- to fill in the form and accept all the conditions relating to organisation of a partnership
- to deliver all the requested information and documents within the deadlines mentioned in the "Step by step procedure"
- to expressly undertake not to charge any registration fees for events held on EESC premises
- to keep to the EESC's working hours (9 a.m.-5.30 p.m.) and lunch break (min 1.5 hours) when planning your event
- to use the EESC logo in all the documents, banners and access badges relating to the event
- to ensure a comprehensive registration procedure on the day of the event (checking IDs against the list of ID cards before issuing a badge)
- to set up any graphics and banners
- to ensure that the room is returned to its original state after the meeting
- to send the EESC a report on the event
- the venue: meeting rooms - capacity up to 180
- technical facilities: PC, projector, audio/video recording, interpreting booths etc.
What the EESC will not provide:
- display easels and badges
- storage of any kind
- registration procedure