19 April 2012
The Permanent Representatives Committee or "Coreper" (Article 207 of the Treaty establishing the European Community) is responsible for preparing the work of the Council of the European Union. It consists of the Member States' ambassadors to the European Union ("Permanent Representatives") and is chaired by the Member State which holds the Council Presidency.
OLAF 's technical briefing
This event is restricted to journalists
Public hearing on a code of ethics for European employers
In the context of austerity and weakened states, companies are becoming more and more involved in public goods and general interest, especially multinational European companies. However, these new responsibilities often come with certain distrust.