Free webinar: EU policy insights for PA Professionals (Fall update)


Thursday 16 September 2021, 3:00 – 3:30 PM (CET)

Join us in this free webinar of the Public Affairs Council, which will feature a 30-minute conversation with Doru Frantescu, co-founder and CEO of VoteWatch Europe, regarding the key trends, political developments and legislative files dominating the EU agenda after the summer break. You will gain insights on the following:

– Hot topics and key policy files which EU public affairs professionals should watch out for as EU institutions return from the summer break

– The state of play in key EU files in sectors such as the environment, digital, health, foreign policy, and others

– National trends and political developments EU-based professionals should be aware of

– Key legislative milestones and challenges ahead for your sector

The event is free of charge, but requires prior registration. Continue Reading

College of Europe and University of Groningen join our selective group of users of advanced EU political analytics!


VoteWatch Europe is pleased to announce that the College of Europe (Belgium) and University of Groningen (Netherlands) have recently joined our premium community, taking its place alongside many other top-tier academic institutions that benefit from our advanced analytics, such as KU Leuven, Maastricht University, Pompeu Fabra University and many others. Continue Reading

Maastricht University joins our selective group of users of advanced EU political analytics!

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VoteWatch Europe is pleased to announce that the University of Maastricht has recently joined our PREMIUM community, taking its place alongside many other top-tier academic institutions that benefit from our advanced analytics, such as KU Leuven, Pompeu Fabra University and many others.  Continue Reading

Interview: Digital innovator weighs in on how big data shapes the political debate

The Director and co-Founder of VoteWatch Europe, Doru Peter Frantescu, has been recently interviewed by Anna Aleksandra Koj, of European Affairs Recruitment Specialists (EARS). During the discussion, Frantescu showcased the sound business practices adopted by VoteWatch Europe, arguably the most successful and innovative digital company within the EU Affairs community. Continue Reading

MEPs’ deck of cards: who are the most influential ones?

A couple of weeks ago, VoteWatch Europe published an assessment of the most influential MEPs, which was based on a set of criteria weighted by more than 200 experts in EU Affairs. Drawing on that research, we designed a set of cards in order to highlight which are the most influential MEPs by activity. In fact, MEPs are influential in different ways and sometimes it might be very tricky to draw a comparison between their activities. Continue Reading

EU Council and the Open Data Portal endorse VoteWatch Europe

We are proudly announcing that VoteWatch Europe has been recently included in the applications tab of the EU Open Data Portal. As the raw data regarding the EU are often difficult to read, the EU Open Data Portal features a series of applications which make big data more user-friendly and easy to read.

As the description on the portal points out, “our website: covers all voting activity in the European Parliament and the EU Council of Ministers since July 2009, including parliamentary questions, speeches and reports by MEPs from all 28 EU countries. Continue Reading

Who holds the power in the new European Parliament ? – Launch of VoteWatch Europe special report – 27 February 2015

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Who holds the power in the new European Parliament ? And Why ?

First VoteWatch Europe report of the 8th European Parliament term! 

You are warmly invited to attend the public launch of VoteWatch Europe first special report of the 8th Parliamentary term taking place on 27 February 2015from 12.00 to 13.15 at the Thon Hotel EU. Continue Reading

Juncker vote reveals Socialist divisions in Parliament

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23 October 2014

A dissident group of 32 MEPs amongst the Socialists & Democrats group in the European Parliament didn’t support Jean-Claude Juncker’s new Commission, according to data by Votewatch Europe.

Jean-Claude Juncker’s new Commission won the support of the European Parliament yesterday (22 October) with 423 votes in favour, 209 against, and 67 abstentions. Continue Reading

Will eurosceptics force a new political reality on Europe?

Euronews – The Network (Debate featuring Doru Frantescu, Director of VoteWatch Europe)

 

Many analysts are predicting a surge in support for eurosceptics and hardline nationalist parties in May’s EU parliamentary elections. In this edition of The Network Chris Burns and his panel of guests consider the consequences if the predictions are borne out. Continue Reading