April 7, 2021
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Patrick Gibbels: New EU Anti Money Laundering proposal on its way

The European Commission’s much anticipated Anti Money Laundering regulations are likely to be unveiled in May. Our columnist Patrick Gibbels explores what this could mean for nonprofits. […]
March 10, 2021
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Patrick Gibbels: New rules are on the way for Artificial Intelligence

The use of Artificial Intelligence in fundraising is becoming more and more widespread. With a legislative proposal for AI due from the European Commission imminently, our […]
February 10, 2021

Patrick Gibbels: New EU Privacy laws are gaining momentum

With the European Commission’s proposal for a new e-Privacy Regulation finally gathering speed after years of semi-deadlock in the European Council, our columnist Patrick Gibbels explores […]
January 13, 2021
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The Portuguese Presidency of the EU: What’s in store?

As Portugal picks up the EU Presidency, our public affairs columnist, Patrick Gibbels, looks at what lies ahead from this year’s work programme and its emphasis […]
December 9, 2020

Looking back: Which EU policies progressed in 2020 and where are we now?

In the last of this year’s series – a View from Brussels – our public affairs columnist, Patrick Gibbels, summarises the state of play on the […]
November 4, 2020
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What does the Commission’s 2021 work programme mean for civil society?

The European Commission’s 2021 work programme sets us on a path towards a greener, stronger and fairer Europe, with a focus on creating the building blocks to […]