Foundation Partners

Strategic Partnership between the King Baudoin Foundation and the EPC

Fondation Roi BaudouinThe King Baudouin Foundation (KBF), a Belgian public benefit foundation, and the European Policy Centre (EPC) first signed a strategic partnership agreement in October 2002. The partnership aims to build on the distinctive strengths of the two organisations in order to contribute more effectively to the EU integration process.


Foundation Partnership between Stiftung Mercator and the EPC

Stiftung MercatorStiftung Mercator is a private and independent foundation. Through its work it strives for a society characterised by openness to the world, solidarity and equal opportunities. In this context it concentrates on strengthening Europe; increasing the educational success of disadvantaged children and young people, especially those of migrant origin; driving forward climate change mitigation and promoting science and the humanities. Stiftung Mercator symbolises the connection between academic expertise and practical project experience. One of Germany's leading foundations, it is active both nationally and internationally. Stiftung Mercator feels a strong sense of loyalty to the Ruhr region, the home of the founding family and the foundation's headquarters. Within the project Connecting Europe Stiftung Mercator and the European Policy Centre (EPC) engage in forward-looking activities on the future of Europe, specifically forging dialogue and exchange among policymakers and next-generation voices on youth, climate, migration and other key issues.


Programme Partner

Adessium FoundationAdessium Foundation is a private and independent grant making foundation, based in the Netherlands. It aspires to a society that encourages people to live in harmony with each other and with their environments. The Foundation works to achieve a balanced society characterised by integrity, a balance between people and nature, and social harmony. The Foundation supports organisations in the Netherlands and initiatives targeting the European community and the factors that affect it. In 2016, the European Policy Centre (EPC) became a beneficiary of a grant to support its European Politics and Institutions (EPI) and European Migration and Diversity (EMD) programmes.