Det kanske är nån som vill
åka till Bryssel och bråka med kommissionen om TTIP/TAFTA?|
Det är på håret att idag är "14 working days before the relevant meeting".
DG Trade makes available a limited budget to cover travel
expenses for participants in the Civil Society Dialogue
Payment of travel arrangements shall be limited to economy class
flights or second class train journeys, and this only for the main
part of the journey - the coverage does not include taxi,
subsistence or accommodation costs. The Commission provides for a
prior purchase of the tickets.
Payments are limited to one person per organisation, and ten
persons per meeting, on a first-come first-served basis.
- must not be based in Brussels;
- must not be members of European institutions or other EU
- must be representatives of civil society organisations registered
in the database
of DG Trade, or of their affiliated organisation(s)
in developing countries;
- should provide additional input to the substance dealt with in
the CSD meetings, and contribute to a more balanced overall
representation of EU's civil society.
- Meetings for which travel expenses arrangements can be
requested are identified as such on the DG
- Candidates should indicate their request when registering
for a meeting. Such applications shall be accepted until
up to 14 working days before the relevant meeting (or as
specified in the meeting invitation). DG Trade will accept or
reject the bid within 10 working days of receipt of such a
- The participants shall be able to follow the status of their
request by accessing their file on the CSD website.
- Participants who have been granted coverage of their travel
expenses shall have to sign an attendance sheet, available at
the meeting venue. No change of person can be made, once
approval has been granted.
- Once the coverage of travel expenses has been granted,
absences to the meeting must be duly justified. The Commission
is entitled to refuse future travel payments to missing funded