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    The European Investment Bank (EIB) has the pleasure to invite all interested civil society stakeholders1 to its annual seminar with its Board of Directors.

    Due to the constraints related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the seminar will be held online via Webex on Tuesday, 1 February 2022, starting at 15:00 hrs and ending at 17:30 hrs (CET).

    Since 2011, these seminars provide a unique opportunity for civil society representatives and EIB Directors to have constructive and fruitful exchanges. As during the previous years, the seminar will be opened with an overview of the Bank’s achievements since the last meeting, and an outline of its priorities for 2022.

    This will be followed by two thematic discussions focussing on “strengthening the EIB’s sustainability framework” and “integrity and proactive fraud and corruption detection activities”. 

    The event will conclude with an open discussion with the EIB Board of Directors on topics of common interest.

    The programme for the online event is available here.

    Please note that registration is mandatory. If you would like to attend, please complete the registration form on the Webex Platform. Please note that registrations will close on Friday 28 January COB.

    Registering for the event requires that the EIB processes personal data. If you would like to know more about this, see the Privacy statement for EIB events

    Please note that, despite being held online, photographs (such as screenshots) might be taken during the seminar. By taking part in the event, participants implicitly give their consent to the use of the photographic material by the EIB Group.

    Contact Information:

    Georges Gloukoviezoff
    civilsociety@eib.org


    1 This includes, for example: labour-market players (i.e. trade unions and employers federations – the “social partners”); organisations representing social and economic players (for instance, consumer organisations); NGOs (non-governmental organisations), environmental organisations, human rights organisations, charitable organisations, educational and training organisations, etc.; CBOs (community-based organisations),such as youth organisations, family associations and all organisations through which citizens participate in local and municipal life; and religious communities.