April 10, 2014
At a workshop in Brussels, EU experts gave their thoughts on making information on EU affairs more accessible and making the policy process more efficient.
“The main opportunity that has arrised in the last years is the digitalisation of the information. […] All the information available is online and therefore you can access it – theoretically – from wherever in Europe,” said Doru Frantescu of the transparency organisation VoteWatch.
“Everything is available somewhere,” concurred Philippe de Buck, former director general of BUSINESSEUROPE, “but on the other hand, it is too much to be absorbed, to be understood and to be handled.”
Have a look at the comments that experts gave on how to bring clarity to EU policy information:
This workshop was organised by EU Community, a project that is working on tools to help identify credible EU experts and key documents.
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