FAQs

Lobbying activities

Refers to activities carried out with the objective of influencing the formulation or implementation of policy or legislation, or the decision-making processes of governments, governmental institutions, regulators, European Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies or standard setters. Such activities include (non-exhaustive list):

• organising or participating in meetings, conferences, events.

• contributing to/participating in public consultations, hearings or other similar initiatives.

• organising communication campaigns, platforms, networks, grassroots initiatives.

• preparing/commissioning policy and position papers, opinion polls, surveys, open letters, research work as per the activities covered by transparency register rules.

Source: ESRS G1 Business conduct