EPC's international membership
Unparalleled networking opportunities
EPC membership gives you unparalleled access not only to our in-house expertise, but also to our network of organisations and to the European Commissioners, MEPs and high-ranking officials from the EU institutions and international organisations who regularly speak at our events.
Shape EU public policies
Through our high-level events and publications, we are actively engaged in promoting a structured debate across Europe and beyond on the important questions facing the EU, acting as a catalyst for new thinking and new solutions.
Access to EPC expertise
The EPC produces a range of publications, from in-depth Working Papers and Issue Papers to shorter Policy Briefs and our multi-author journal, Challenge Europe. EPC experts are also available for consultation on the latest EU policy developments.
A dynamic work programme
The EPC's work programme reflects the dynamic nature of the fast-moving EU policy agenda. It is regularly reviewed and updated to ensure our activities reflect the changing nature of the EU agenda and the interests of our members.
Why you should join
EPC members are drawn from a broad spectrum of stakeholders, and we offer different categories of membership to reflect this diversity.
All EPC members benefit from a wide range of core services, including:
- Free attendance at all events
- Rapid, critical analysis of EU Summit meetings sent to your in-box
- Rapid, comprehensive reports on other events sent to your in-box
- Unparalleled peer-to-peer and cross-constituency networking opportunities
- Contact with leading political personalities & opinion formers through events
- Access to advice, knowledge and expertise
- Free copies of all publications.
“I would like to express my deep appraisal for the EPC's way of working, the quality of the debates you organise has always impressed me. Having had the chance to work in the Task Force on Industrial Policy, I really appreciated the spirit, the quality of the moderation and the efficient spreading of the results.”
“It’s a pleasure to speak at the European Policy Centre - an organisation which for almost two decades has been at the forefront of discussions on the European Union - leading debate on issues such as the EU's place in the world, migration and diversity, and the promotion of economic growth.”
First Minister of Scotland
“Enjoyed presenting the new 'better regulation agenda' this afternoon at the European Policy Centre. Great questions from the audience, a cross section of diplomats, NGOs, think-tanks, officials, journalists – people who really know Brussels inside out.”
First Vice-President and Commissioner for Better Regulation, Interinstitutional Relations, the Rule of Law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights,
“It is a privilege for me to be able – through the European Policy Centre (EPC) – to engage with so many stakeholders at once. With its extensive work on energy, the European Policy Centre is certainly at the forefront of the debate. I understand that EPC will continue to provide independent input through its Energy Programme and this type of multi-stakeholders event. This is what the Energy Union Strategy is all about. It is first and foremost an integrated project with decentralised ownership.”
Vice-President for Energy Union,
“It is a pleasure to work with an organisation which provides such excellent EU policy analysis and as ever, attracts a fantastically engaged and varied audience”
MSP External Affairs Secretary,
“Like many diplomatic missions in [Brussels], we at USEU deeply value the work that the EPC does in creating a platform for different perspectives to be heard on issues that are important to the European Union and its allies”
US Ambassador to the European Union
“It has been a pleasure to join you for the launch of your “New Pact for Europe”. I know that you have been working on this for a long time, with experts from a variety of backgrounds coming from all over Europe. Getting so many think-tanks and foundations to work together is certainly a challenging endeavour. Getting them to agree on a joint report probably even more so.”
Herman Van Rompuy,
President of the European Council,
Offering praise on the New Pact for Europe project coordinated by EPC
“The European Policy Centre looked into the question of the role of national parliaments earlier this year. Their findings suggest that national parliaments could work more closely together, and could explore new forms of cooperation.”
UK Minister for Europe, MP for Aylesbury
“The European Policy Centre has made an important contribution to an open and dynamic debate on Europe”
José Manuel Barroso,