March 16, 2022

Patrick Gibbels: Ukrainian crisis opens EU’s eyes to the regulatory burden facing nonprofits

The EU regulatory environment for civil society has become disproportionately burdensome in recent years, but could that be about to change? Patrick Gibbels explores the impact of last […]
March 3, 2022

MEPs vote in favour of proposals to revolutionise nonprofit legislation and empower civil society

MEPs have voted in favour of a series of legislative recommendations in European Parliament last month, which aim to put nonprofits on an equal footing with […]
November 10, 2021

Patrick Gibbels: Collaborating to lobby successfully at EU level

With more and more legislation coming out of Brussels, knowing how to lobby successfully is an increasingly important skill for nonprofits and membership bodies. Our public affairs columnist […]
May 12, 2021

Patrick Gibbels: Spring update from Brussels

Our columnist Patrick Gibbels summarises some key updates from the European Commission in Brussels, highlighting what the Anti-Money Laundering regulations, ePrivacy, the Conference on the Future […]
April 7, 2021

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. […]
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 […]