The Regional Executive Committee for Europe consists of the Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and two Members, all of whom are elected by the Full Members in the European Region. In addition, the Vice President Europe on the International Executive Committee is an ex-officio voting member of the Regional Executive Committee and acts as a liaison point between the International and Regional Committees. IBE President, Secretary General and Treasurer are also ex-officio non-voting members of this committee.
The pupose of the Regional Executive Committee is to facilitate joint activities in the region and to arrange regular (at least annual) meetings of the Regional Committee. These meetings usually take place at the time of the International Epilepsy Congress and the European Epilepsy & Society Congress.
Elected Regional Executive Committee 2013 – 2017
Contents: A new high for EFNA participation at Joint Congress of European Neurology European Academy Of Neurology Is Founded Brain Disorders: The Communication Challenge Year Of The Brain EFNA hosts workshops for patient advocates in London and Dublin Winner of EFNA Awareness quiz at the Joint Congress of Neurology TO VIEW THE EFNA NEWSLETTER – […]Read More
Visit the congress website here: www.epilepsyistanbul2015.org.Read More
The first issue of EPIFocus 2014, the newsletter of the IBE European Regional Committee – is now available to download. In this issue … MEP Manifesto New Healthcare Directive Where we are in the world EU tell pharmas to lobby more EFNS and ENS becomes one Just the ticket in Scotland! Introducing ECS – a […]Read More
IBE welcomed the Association for Supporting Children with Special Needs (Moldova) as a Full Member in March 2014. ASCSN promotes the observance of children’s rights, of young people with special needs and their families in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Moldova and the United Nations Convention on the Children’s Rights. Vision: […]Read More
As EU Member States prepare to elect MEPs for the next EU parliamentary term, this is an important time to bring epilepsy to the attention of election candidates. A short manifesto document has been prepared and epilepsy associations in the 28 Member States are encouraged to use this in their advocacy work to make future […]Read More