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15 May 2013

Training course on "new comitology"

(Announcement) "How the EU Impact Assessment is changing advocacy: focus on 'New Comitology' (16-17 May)": as impact assessments are increasingly being performed by the Commission on delegated and implementing acts, new opportunities for substantive lobbying emerge. This one-day training will offer a unique opportunity to understand how your organisation may ask the Commission to run an Impact Assessment and also how to use it in the decision-making process. Our case studies will be based on the most recent and controversial risk regulatory decisions such as Bisphenol A and Neonicotinoids.
With a guest speaker from the European Parliament's newly created Impact Assessment unit, and former EU Commission officials and Court of Justice of the EU you will get a unique insight to the latest developments and get practical tips on how to work with IA in regulatory affairs.
To see the detailed programme, click here: http://www.eu-academy.eu/training/impact-assessment-comitology-stakeholders-and-advocacy/

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