It is better to deal with few subjects, but in depth
This is precisely CSPH International’s approach.
CSPH International provides support for its clients by:
Working actively with the European Commission’s Directorate-Generals, especially in: Trade; Competition; Culture; Employment and Social Affairs; Energy; Environment; Internal Market; Information Society.
Covering the main political powers within the European Parliament – Conservatives, Social Democrats, Liberals and Greens – as well as the biggest permanent national representations: France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain and the UK.
Contributing actively to the business of the parliamentary commissions by working continuously alongside parliamentarians (MEPs) on each of the subjects.
Compiling notes for clients with precise information on key arguments and the tone of discussions.
Recommending and conducting economic studies when necessary.
Actively seeking to cooperate with labour unions, to identify potential points of convergence on all affairs that help make the voice of social partners heard by European Parliamentarians (MEPs).
Facilitating the creation of coalitions that bring together labour unions and professional organisations whenever possible, to strengthen the voice of the social partners.
Constantly engaging in dialogue with consumer associations and non-governmental organisations (NGO).
CSPH International has played a key role in the creation of coalitions within the creative industries in Europe and the United States,
combining the force of labour unions and employers from all sectors concerned – publishing, music, film, audio-visual, media, sports and games:
CSPH International builds close ties with European think tanks and leading labour unions:
The quality of Carole Tongue’s professional career:
As a former UK member of the European Parliament for the Labour party, she completed three terms of office in the European Parliament, she completed three terms of office in the European Parliament
CSPH International organises conferences in association with European think tanks and the coalitions it has created: