As the seat of power moves to the capital of the European Union and away from the national seats of government, Brussels is increasingly becoming the decision-making heart of Europe. The EU is also the chief donor of development aid in the world and leads all external trade policy negotiations on behalf of the 27-strong bloc.
Increasingly, international organisations and grassroots advocacy groups are seeking to establish direct contact with EU institutions and communicate future political developments.
We have over the years worked extensively with non-profit organisations and multilaterals with an active interest in Europe. To that end we manage and mobilise the views of all stakeholders in an effort to support and advance the advocacy and communications objectives of our clients. Our work spans a range of non-profit categories including international development, environment, security and humanitarian aid, gender and health.