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- To attend meetings, you need to register as a civil society organisation.
The European Commission aims to have a transparent and accountable trade policy based on consultations with all parts of European civil society. More information on the European Commission framework for dialogue with civil society is available on the Transparency Register website.
The European Commission maintains a Civil Society Dialogue consisting of regular meetings between civil society and European Commission officials to discuss aspects of Europe's trade policy.
Trade Sustainability Impact Assessments (TSIA) for the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreements (DCFTA) between the EU and respectively Jordan and Egypt, Draft Inception Report, 18 March 2014
Trade Sustainability Impact Assessment (Trade SIA) on the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA), Draft Inception Report, 27 March 2014
Taking part in the Trade Civil Society Dialogue
If you represent a not-for-profit civil society organisation and wish to attend a meeting, you must register your organisation. When you receive your login and password, you can sign up for the meetings of your choice.
Contact groups act as facilitators and sounding boards for DG Trade. They contribute to transparency in both directions and help to circulate information to a wider group of constituencies. These groups also propose topics for discussion and advise on organisational matters.
All the practical details you need to participate in the civil society dialogue process.