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Type News Website
Founder(s) Christophe Leclercq
Publisher Frédéric Simon
Founded 1999
Language English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Slovak, Czech, Greek, Bulgarian, Romanian & Serbian
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Country Belgium, France, United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania & Serbia

EURACTIV is a European media platform specialising in the online publication of articles focusing on European policymaking, founded in 1999 by Christophe Leclercq. It is present across 12 EU capitals.[1] [2]


With its main office based in Brussels, EURACTIV is one of a few media companies focused on EU debates discussed in Brussels.[3][4]

EURACTIV's articles focus on the pre-legislative stage of EU decision-making, with a team of translators translating up to 2,750 articles a year.[5][6]


EurActory is a tool developed as part of the EU Community project.[7]

EU Community was initiated by EURACTIV and is coordinated by Intrasoft. The project is co-funded by the European Commission’s DG CONNECT. It won a Call for Proposals under the Seventh Framework Programme for Research (FP7).[8]

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ Greece in the Eurozone Crisis, Georgios Karyotis, Roman Gerodimos
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  3. ^ "EurActiv". 
  4. ^ Kelstrup, Jesper Dahl (2016). The Politics of Think Tanks in Europe. Routledge. p. 124. ISBN 9781138918320. OCLC 935193101. One of the factors that restrict advocacy think tanks in the EU from emerging is the lack of widely read European media, not disregarding, EUobsever, and EurActiv. 
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  7. ^ "EurActory beta goes live at the European Parliament - Global Systems Science". 
  8. ^ "Project EU Community launches new tool for relevant experts - Digital Single Market - European Commission". 

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