Justice and Home Affairs
All citizens and organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation.
To 19 September 2005
The Commission would like achieve at an early stage a wide consultation of the actors of the non-profit sector, on the draft recommendations set out in the following preliminary document which does not reflect yet any official position of the European Commission.
The draft recommendations to Member States and the future Code of Conduct for Non-profit Organisations should aim at promoting, on a voluntary basis, transparency and accountability best practices within the non-profit sector with a view to protecting it against the threat of being exploited for the financing of terrorism and for other kind of criminal abuse.
Written contributions should arrive before Monday, 19th September 2005 to the European Commission, DG Justice, Freedom and Security, for the attention of Ms Dora Balazs and Mr Nicholas Kaye. The European Commission reserves its right to publish eventually those contributions.
Comments by ordinary post may be sent to the following address, to arrive before Monday, 19th September 2005.
Responsible service: Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security Unit D2: Fight against economic, financial and cyber crime
Directorate-General Home Affairs
Unit D2: Fight against economic, financial and cyber crime
For the attention of Ms Dora Balazs
46, rue Luxembourg,
B - 1049 Brussels