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Perfil del declarante

Transparency International Liaison Office to the European Union

Número de identificación en el Registro: 501222919-71
Fecha de inscripción: 23/06/08 17:00:39

La última modificación de la información relativa a ese organismo se introdujo el 3/09/13 16:03:40
La última actualización anual se efectuó el 30/05/13 10:10:11


Declarante: organización o trabajador autónomo

Nombre o razón social: Transparency International Liaison Office to the European Union
Siglas o acrónimo: TI-EU
Personalidad jurídica: AISBL
Sitio web: http://www.transparencyinternational.eu

Categorías

Categoría: III - Organizaciones no gubernamentales
y, más concretamente: Organizaciones, plataformas y redes no gubernamentales y similares

Persona jurídicamente responsable

Apellidos, nombre: Carl Dolan
Cargo: Acting Director

Persona encargada permanente de las relaciones con la UE

Apellidos, nombre: Carl Dolan
Cargo: Acting Director

Dirección:

Dirección y otros datos de contacto: Rue Breydel  40
1040 Brussels
BÉLGICA
Número de teléfono: (+32) 22358621
Fax: (+) 
Otros datos importantes: Dr. Janina Berg
EU Policy and Legal Officer
Phone: +32-2-23.58-646
Fax: +32-2-23.58-610
Email: Jberg@transparency.org
Website: http://www.transparencyinternational.eu

Objetivos y misión

Objetivos y misión del organismo: The Transparency International EU Office (TI-EU) is part of the global Transparency International (TI) movement, the leading civil society organisation in the fight against corruption around the world.

It is the mission of the TI-EU Office in Brussels to prevent and address corruption and promote integrity, transparency and accountability in the EU institutions and in EU internal and external policies, programmes and legislation. It is its objective to create lasting, structural change at the EU level so that government, politics, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are characterized by integrity, justice and security.

The TI EU Office works in close cooperation with the TI Secretariat in Berlin and TI national chapters about 100 countries, and particularly with those located in 25 EU member states. The objective of the TI-EU Office is to fulfill the European dimension of the global TI movement – to provide Brussels-based advocacy at the EU level that aims to create a European Union in which the daily lives of people are free of corruption.

By its very nature, corruption is a cross-cutting issue that negatively affects all citizens of the EU. The many facets of corruption exacerbate the exploitation of the poor and underprivileged, and can have serious implications on the right to equality before law, the right to property, the freedom to perform business, fair and just working conditions, fair political representation and participation, and the basic rights to dignity, integrity and personal security. To alleviate these problems, TI-EU works to fight corruption and to create an EU in which all citizens can exercise their fundamental rights in full.
El organismo tiene intereses a nivel:
  • nacional
  • europeo
  • mundial

Número de personas participantes en actividades que entran en el ámbito de aplicación del Registro de Transparencia

Número de personas: 10
Información complementaria: For more details, please see:
http://www.transparencyinternational.eu/contact-us/

Personas acreditadas para acceder a los edificios del Parlamento Europeo

Nombre Apellidos Fecha inicial Fecha final
Carl DOLAN 11/07/13 9/07/14
Amanda McMenamin 11/07/13 9/07/14
Mark Perera 11/07/13 9/07/14
Ronny Patz 11/07/13 9/07/14
Karen Janina Berg 11/07/13 9/07/14
Paulina Pieprzyca 13/03/14 11/09/14
Jonny Korner 11/07/13 9/07/14
Helena Erbanova 13/03/14 11/03/15
Nienke Palstra 11/07/13 9/07/14

Actividades

Principales iniciativas de la UE cubiertas el año anterior por actividades que entran en el ámbito de aplicación del Registro de Transparencia.:


The TI-EU Office runs 5 EU anti-corruption advocacy campaigns, details of which can be found here:
http://www.transparencyinternational.eu/focus-areas/

1. EU institutions policies to promote mandatory EU lobbying rules, robust access to EU documents rules, clear regulations on conflict of interest and transparency in all EU institutions, including the European Central Bank, in as well as integrity the spending of EU funds in EU-level party financing.

2. EU justice and home affairs policy to promote the implementation and enforcement of anti-corruption conventions and legislation, better judicial cooperation through the creation of a European prosecutor and the creation of an anti-corruption reporting mechanism (EU Anti-Corruption Report) for all EU countries.

3. EU private sector policy to promote anti-corruption in the corporate responsibility programmes of EU-listed companies, including the extractive industry; to promote anti-corruption as a cornerstone of EU private sector policy, in particular against foreign bribery; and to ensure the integration of transparency/accountability into the EU financial market recovery measures, the single supervisory mechanism and structures and supervision of the EU financial system.

4. Enlargement and European neighbourhood policy to enhance the efficacy of enlargement and ENP anti-corruption policy, programming and funding for these countries. Particular focus is on ensuring early, effective and sustainable implementation of anti-corruption conditions in the enlargement and ENP Policy frameworks.

5. EU development policy to raise awareness that corruption is a major obstacle to development and to integrate the anti-corruption measures and civil society participation into the EU development cooperation policies, programmes and instruments; preventing/fighting corruption within the EC aid management process and with regard to climate change related issues. Ensure anti-money laundering legislation and practices that prevent illicit flows of money acquired through corrupt means.


On behalf of TI-EU Office, the persons listed below have had, during the reporting period (2012-13), four or more contacts with members or officials of the EU institutions with the objective of influencing the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European institutions in the areas mentioned above; or they have spent 20 percent or more of their working time on behalf of TI carrying out such activities.

Dr. Miklos MARSCHALL (Chair of TI-EU Office)

Jana MITTERMAIER (Director of TI-EU Office)

Dr. Janina BERG (Senior EU Policy & Legal Officer)

Nienke PALSTRA (EU Policy Officer)

Carl DOLAN (Senior EU Policy Officer)

Benjamin NORSWORTHY (EU Policy Officer)

Emilie DELZESCAUX (Administration Officer)

Jonny KOERNER (Communications Officer)

Ronny PATZ (Communications & Policy Officer)

Mark PERERA (EU Policy Officer)

Neil CLARK (Advisor)

Olivier LEWIS (EU Policy Officer)

Darren Gleeson (EU Communications Officer)

Pablo BALLESTERO (Advisor)

Dominic ROBINSON (EU Policy Officer) [in 2012]

Ámbitos de interés para los avisos por correo electrónico sobre consultas y planes de trabajo

Ámbitos de interés declarados por el organismo:
  • Acción por el clima
  • Aduanas
  • Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural
  • Ampliación
  • Asuntos Económicos y Financieros
  • Asuntos generales e institucionales
  • Ayuda humanitaria
  • Comercio
  • Cultura
  • Deporte
  • Desarrollo
  • Educación
  • Empleo y asuntos sociales
  • Empresa
  • Energía
  • Fiscalidad
  • Interior
  • Justicia y derechos fundamentales
  • Medio ambiente
  • Mercado interior
  • Política exterior y de seguridad
  • Política regional
  • Presupuesto
  • Relaciones exteriores
  • Seguridad alimentaria

Estructura

Total de personas físicas afiliadas: 15
Total de organizaciones participantes:
Organizaciones participantes (Total de afiliados) :
El organismo tiene afiliados o está representado en los siguientes países:
  • ALEMANIA
  • AUSTRIA
  • BÉLGICA
  • BULGARIA
  • CHIPRE
  • CROACIA
  • DINAMARCA
  • ESLOVAQUIA
  • ESLOVENIA
  • ESPAÑA
  • ESTONIA
  • FINLANDIA
  • FRANCIA
  • GRECIA
  • HUNGRÍA
  • IRLANDA
  • ITALIA
  • LETONIA
  • LITUANIA
  • LUXEMBURGO
  • PAÍSES BAJOS
  • POLONIA
  • PORTUGAL
  • REINO UNIDO
  • REPÚBLICA CHECA
  • RUMANÍA
  • SUECIA

  • ARGENTINA
  • ARMENIA
  • AUSTRALIA
  • AZERBAIYÁN
  • BANGLADESH
  • BENÍN
  • BOSNIA Y HERZEGOVINA
  • CAMERÚN
  • CANADÁ
  • CHILE
  • COLOMBIA
  • COREA, REPÚBLICA DE
  • ESTADOS UNIDOS
  • FILIPINAS
  • FIYI
  • GEORGIA
  • GHANA
  • GUATEMALA
  • GUINEA
  • HAITÍ
  • INDIA
  • INDONESIA
  • ISRAEL
  • JAPÓN
  • KAZAJSTÁN
  • KENIA
  • LÍBANO
  • MADAGASCAR
  • MALASIA
  • MARRUECOS
  • MAURICIO
  • MÉXICO
  • MOLDOVA, REPÚBLICA DE
  • NEPAL
  • NICARAGUA
  • NÍGER
  • NIGERIA
  • NORUEGA
  • NUEVA ZELANDA
  • PAKISTÁN
  • PALESTINO OCUPADO, TERRITORIO
  • PANAMÁ
  • PAPÚA NUEVA GUINEA
  • PARAGUAY
  • PERÚ
  • REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA
  • RUSIA, FEDERACIÓN DE
  • SALOMÓN, ISLAS
  • SENEGAL
  • SERBIA
  • SRI LANKA
  • SUDÁFRICA
  • SUIZA
  • TAILANDIA
  • TRINIDAD Y TOBAGO
  • UGANDA
  • VANUATU
  • VENEZUELA
  • ZAMBIA
  • ZIMBABUE
Información complementaria: Transparency International National Chapters or partner organisations are independent legal entities. The TI-EU Office is closely linked to the Transparency International Secretariat based in Berlin/Germany.

Asociaciones y redes

Información relativa a la pertenencia del organismo a alguna asociación, federación o confederación y a su participación en alguna red, así como a la naturaleza de los vínculos que mantiene.




The TI-EU Office is part of the Transparency International movement, the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption, which brings people together in a powerful worldwide coalition to end the devastating impact of corruption on men, women and children around the world.
TI’s mission is to create change towards a world free of corruption.

Transparency International challenges the inevitability of corruption, and offers hope to its victims. Since its founding in 1993, TI has played a lead role in improving the lives of millions around the world by building momentum for the anti-corruption movement. TI raises awareness and diminishes apathy and tolerance of corruption, and devises and implements practical actions to address it.

Transparency International is a global network including more than 90 locally established national chapters and chapters-in-formation. These bodies fight corruption in the national arena in a number of ways. They bring together relevant players from government, civil society, business and the media to promote transparency in elections, in public administration, in procurement and in business. TI’s global network of chapters and contacts also use advocacy campaigns to lobby governments to implement anti-corruption reforms.

Politically non-partisan, TI does not undertake investigations of alleged corruption or expose individual cases, but at times will work in coalition with organisations that do.

TI has the skills, tools, experience, expertise and broad participation to fight corruption on the ground, as well as through global and regional initiatives.

Now in its second decade, Transparency International is maturing, intensifying and diversifying its fight against corruption.


TI is committed to transparency about EU interest representation. TI believes that this register fails basic transparency standards and that it does not provide EU lobbying transparency. When registering, we have therefore chosen to give all relevant information that we consider necessary for lobbying transparency. A credible EU lobbying transparency register should include names of individual lobbyists and the issues that they try to influence, provide precise and comparable financial information on lobbying, and have effective sanctions to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information disclosed. In an effort to arrive at a more objective way of calculating lobbying expenditures, we follow guidelines that result from consultations with public interest organisations, professionals working on lobby transparency as well as experts of US lobby disclosure legislation. Our registration is therefore providing a more comprehensive calculation of our expenses for activities that aim to influence the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European institutions, and a list of those who, on behalf of TI, carry out out such activities.
Our registration is based on the guidelines for transparent registration developed by the Civil Society Contact Group and ALTER-EU. Find the guidelines on http://www.act4europe.org/register or http://www.alter-eu.org

Datos financieros

Año del ejercicio: 01/2012 - 12/2012
Presupuesto general: 635.000
Financiación pública: 635.000
- de procedencia europea:
- Contratación:
- Subvenciones:
- de procedencia nacional:
- de procedencia infranacional:
Adessium Foundation : 150.000
European Commision, DG JUST : 250.000
Transparency International Secretariat : 175.000
Diverse Projects : 60.000
de otras fuentes:
- donaciones:
- cotizaciones de los miembros:
Estimación de los costes vinculados a las actividades directas de representación de intereses ante las Instituciones Europeas realizadas por su organismo durante este ejercicio: >= 800000  € y < 900000  €
Otros datos financieros o aclaraciones complementarias facilitados por el organismo con fines de transparencia:

In 2012, the TI-EU Office was mainly funded by operating grants from the Dutch foundation Adessium, the European Commission (Directorate General Justice)and a membership fee from the TI-Secretariat. More details can be found here:
http://www.transparencyinternational.eu/about-us/#Funding

For TI’s International Secretariat's income sources (including EU-funding), see: http://www.transparency.org/whoweare/accountability/who_supports_us/1/


Código de conducta

Al inscribirse, la organización ha firmado el código de conducta del Registro de Transparencia.