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Strategic Partnership - King Baudoin Foundation 

The King Baudouin Foundation (KBF), a Belgian public benefit foundation, has been the EPC’s strategic partner since 2002. The partnership aims to build on the distinctive strengths, missions and programmes of the two organisations in order to contribute more effectively to the EU integration process. The support of the KBF has been fundamental in strengthening the EPC’s capacity as an independent think tank and active engagement in helping to shape the future of the European project. As a strategic partner, KBF is represented in the EPC’s governance structures.
Fondation Roi Baudouin

Foundation Partnership - Stiftung Mercator 

Stiftung Mercator - a private, independent German foundation – has been a partner of EPC since 2017, when the two organisations launched a joint initiative, the Connecting Europe project.

Connecting Europe aims to narrow the growing  gap between the European Union and citizens by enabling civil society, activists, citizens, think tanks and academia to engage in EU decision-making processes in Brussels. Through Connecting Europe,  EPC enables the different networks supported by Stiftung Mercator to engage in dialogue with the EU institutions and other stakeholders in Brussels and feed in their ideas, expertise, and experience to the policy debate. In particular, the project entails joint, forward-looking activities on the future of Europe that can foster dialogue and exchange among policymakers and next-generation voices, on youth, climate, migration and other key issues.
Stiftung Mercator

Programme Partner - adessium

Adessium 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.
Adessium Foundation

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