The EPC is the leading Brussels-based think tank for analysis, discussion and reflection on issues high on the EU's policy agenda - now and in the future.
The European Policy Centre (EPC) is an independent, not-for-profit think tank, committed to making European integration work. The EPC works at the "cutting edge" of European and global policy-making providing its members and the wider public with rapid, high-quality information and analysis on the EU and global policy agenda. It aims to promote a balanced dialogue between the different constituencies of its membership, spanning all aspects of economic and social life.
The EPC aims to promote new ideas and new thinking on these issues, and encourage a dialogue between different organisations. It has a membership of over 400 organisations, ranging from business, civil society, national governments, diplomatic missions, and regional and local bodies.
The EPC’s work is also strengthened and enriched by its collaboration with its strategic partner, the King Baudouin Foundation.
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Together with its members, the EPC generates and implements innovative ideas for addressing the key policy challenges Europe faces. It does this through its many public events, the work of its Task Forces and roundtable meetings, and a wide range of publications analysing key issues and offering recommendations for action, as well as influencing EU policy-making through its wide network of Brussels and Member State contacts.
The EPC’s work is organised under four programmes:
European Politics and Institutions
European Migration and Diversity
Europe’s Political Economy
Europe in the World