ADVISORY SERVICES for POLICY SHAPING and DRAFTING of REGULATIONS, in following areas:
We can develop research and write subsequent papers, followed by the formulation of strategic advice on policy shaping. We can draft texts of regulations or directives, adapted to your interests.
1. EU INSTITUTIONS in Brussels, Luxembourg, Strasbourg: Our company is registered as of 2011 with the Transparency Register of the European Commission and the European Parliament.
EU Institutions based in Germany:
European Aviation Safety Agency (Cologne)
European Central Bank (Frankfurt)
European Patent Office (Munich)
2. UNITED NATIONS SECRETARIATS in Germany, focusing on CLIMATE CHANGE, DESERTIFICATION, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT :
There are 20 United Nations Secretariats residing in Bonn (UNFCCC, UNCCD, UNV, UNU,UNEP, UNESCO- UNEVOC, UNWTO, UNW – DPC)
UN International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea (Hamburg)
3. GERMAN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT in Berlin or LAND PARLIAMENT of NORTH-RHINE WESTPHALIA, Düsseldorf:
We can develop research and write subsequent papers, followed by the formulation of strategic advice on policy shaping. Or, we can represent your interests with German Federal Ministries of Education and Research (BMBF and BIBB), the Federal Ministry of the Environment (BMU) and the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Bonn. Furthermore, we can do this with both public international development aid agencies based in Bonn, Germany (GIZ) or private international aid companies (e.g. Welthungerhilfe, Brot für die Welt).
BIO ROMANIA, ECI asbl Helsinki / Brussels, PNTCD International Secretariat.
Examples of applied research into the political institutions:
Book discussion 1: June 10, 2010, European Parliament, Brussels: “Parliamentary Discourse of a Romanian from Transylvania in Vienna. George Barițiu, Member of Parliament in the Austrian Monarchy”, Eikon, 2008, author Stefan-Sorin MURESAN
A radio interview in Romanian with the National Romanian Broadcasting on the event can be heard here.
Book discussion 2: June 24, 2015, European Parliament, Brussels: “Social Market Economy. The Case of Germany”, Springer International Publishing, 2014, author Stefan-Sorin Muresan. The audio file of the book discussion can be heard here.