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Contact the Civil Society Division

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The Civil Society Division is the EIB's first interface with stakeholders at large. The team is responsible for engaging with stakeholders, and strenghtening the Bank's dialogue with civil society organisations and for interacting with stakeholders on EIB policies and activities. It ensures consistency and quality of communication between the Bank and civil society.

The Civil Society Division is also the guardian of the EIB's Transparency Policy and conducts the Bank's public consultations. The EIB InfoDesk is responsible for contacts with the public at large.

If you would like to be kept informed of upcoming events or public consultations, please send us an email with your full contact details and we will be happy to add you to our distribution list.

The team members and their responsibilities

Hakan Lucius

Juan Manuel Sterlin Balenciaga

Adrian Aupperle

Olivia Saunders

Kristyna Pelikanova

Georges Gloukoviezoff

Valérie Karcher



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