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Plan International - EU Office
International NGO under Belgian Law
III - Organizações não governamentais
Organizações não governamentais, plataformas, redes e semelhantes
Galerie Ravenstein, 27/4
(+32) 02 504 60 50
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Plan international,founded over 75 years ago, is one of the oldest and largest international development agencies in the world. Our organisation works in 51 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas. Plan International directly supports more than 1,500,000 children and their families, and supports an estimated further 9,000,000 people who live in communities that are working with Plan. Our organisation has no particular religious, political or governmental affiliations.
Plan International's vision is of a world in which all children realise their full potential in societies that respect people's rights and dignity. Plan works to achieve lasting improvements for children living in poverty in developing countries, through a process that unites people across cultures and adds meaning and value to their lives. In order to achieve these goals Plan enables deprived children, families as well as communities to meet their basic needs and to increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies. Furthermore, Plan is building relations to promote understanding among peoples of different cultures. Plan International’s EU liaison office in Brussels works to ensure that the promotion and protection of children's rights is a priority in the EU's development policy and that children's voices are heard in the European decision-making processes.
Plan international is committed to transparency about EU interest representation. Plan international 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 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
Sustainable Development Goals
EU Human Rights Action Plan
EU Gender Action Plan
On behalf of Plan Europe the persons listed below have each year, 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; or they have spent 20 percent or more of their working time on behalf of Plan Europe carrying out such activities:
Topics: child rights, development policy and funding instruments, humanitarian aid, health, education, gender, human rights.
In the European Liaison office in Brussels as of 19 February 2015: Alexandra Makaroff, Tanya Cox, Louise Hagendijk, Pilar Campos Guiu, Nicolas Dupic, Tanja Berretta, Ines Djemmali.
European Transparency Initiative: See separate registration of the Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation in the EU (ALTER-EU)
75%: 4 50%: 2 25%: 2
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Plan Europe has partnerships with a variety of development organisations that work to improve children’s lives in developing countries. Additionally, Plan International has formed corporate partnerships throughout the world. The Plan Europe Liaison office is active in several networks: 1. CONCORD (European NGO confederation for relief and development) and 2. CRAG (Child Righst Action Group). 3. HRDN Human Rights and Democracy Network. 4. VOICE, Voluntary Organisations in Cooperation in Emergencies.
07/2013 - 06/2014
>= 10.000 € e < 24.999 €
Não recebemos nenhum financiamento de instituições da UE durante o último exercício financeiro encerrado.
An average 70% of donations goes to support programme activities benefiting children and families in developing countries. Trust and transparency is important to Plan. We are one of the few global organisations to publish combined worldwide financial statements that detail our fundraising and spending. More than 70% of Plan’s income comes from child sponsorship. This is a stable and predictable which means we can plan and carry out long-term development projects. Plan also receives funds from other sources which make up an increasing proportion of our income, which includes income from grants. Grants from governments, trusts and companies help to maximise Plan’s resources and impact in developing countries. Over the last decade grants have grown to be an important source of funding for Plan.
Following the guidelines of the EU Civil Society Contact Group and the Alliance for Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Regulation in the EU, Plan Europe has calculated that it spent an estimated 130000€ Euro in 2009 on activities carried out with the objective of influencing the policy formulation and decision-making processes of the European institutions.
80% from National level
20% from International level (International Head quarter in the UK)
Ao inscrever-se no registo, a organização assinou o Código de Conduta do Registo de Transparência.
A organização declarou estar igualmente vinculada ao seguinte Código:
INGO Accountability Charter