Zugänglichkeit – Hilfsmittel
Institut für Europäische Politik
IV - Denkfabriken, Forschungs- und Hochschuleinrichtungen
Denkfabriken und Forschungseinrichtungen
Herr Mathias Jopp
Herr Mathias Jopp
The aims of the Institut für Europäische Politik (IEP) are to: analyse and reflect European politics and integration for developing solutions on a European level also through interaction and networking with other think tanks, academics, NGOs, politicians and decision-takers at national and European level; feed the debate on the future of the EU nationally and Europe-wide, advance intercultural dialogue as well as European democracy and citizenship; develop effective activities for promoting the transfer of research results into political practice, to various stakeholders of civil society and a wider audience of citizens through their involvement in national and multilateral discussions; disseminate knowledge and information about the EU's institutions and policies, values and principles through appropriate publications for key multipliers and the wider public (and not only a specialised community).
- Communication on European Neighbourhood Policy
- Progress report of the Central Asia Strategy
- The Investment Plan for Europe
- The Europe 2020 strategy and its mid-term review
- Trade and Investment Strategy for Jobs and Growth
IEP functions as an interface between EU citizens, politicians, decision-makers, the academic world and organisations of civil society at national and European level. It implements its activities in the form of national and international seminars, conferences, fora, study groups, transnational cooperation projects with partner institutes in the EU member states, teaching commitments at German universities and in international master's study programmes, lectures and public debates, publications such as its journal "integration", multi-author books such as the "Jahrbuch der Europäischen Integration"(Yearbook of European Integration) and "Europe from A to Z" and internet publications such as the "EU-28 Watch" with contributions from IEP’s 33 partner institutes in EU member, accession and candidate states, which are disseminated EU-wide in English and wherever possible translated into the native language of the respective partner institute. The multimedia-based distribution of results via web/web 2.0 including IEP's recently relaunched website, the monthly IEP newsletter, facebook and twitter, and the development and implementation of simulation seminars on EU affairs reach a wider and younger audience and have a strong leverage effect.
Institute members are several times a year in Brussels at conferences, as expert in EP Hearings or to advise the EEAS, also for research and interviews at the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission; for spreading information about IEP's work and presenting our views and recommendations on particular institutional issues, the development of internal and external EU policies or on options of improving the relations between EU citizens and EU institutions. Most of all, IEP is lobbying in the European Parliament and at certain national Permanent Representations of the member states for continuous and even stronger support of the Europe for Citizens Programme.
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Arbeitskreis Europäische Integration (AEI, deutsche Sektion der ECSA)
Europäische Bewegung Deutschland (EBD)
Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA)
01/2013 - 12/2013
< 9.999 €
Mit der Registrierung hat die Organisation den Verhaltenskodex des Transparenzregisters unterzeichnet.