Policy Working Committees

The Working Committees are issue-based bodies that determine the overall public affairs strategy on legislative issues at European level.

The members of the Working Committees determine and execute public affairs strategies on key lobbying dossiers.

Working Committee members are  policy experts from the National Associations and Company Members.

Business Partners (and other stakeholders) are often invited to share their knowledge, but they have no voting rights or influence on Ecommerce Europe’s policies.

For more information on how to participate, contact us at info@ecommerce-europe.eu.

e-Regulations Working Committee

Platform-to-Business relations, platform-related legislation, consumer rights, contract law, data protection & (e-)privacy, product safety, competition issues & omnichannel retail ...

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e-Logistics & Taxation Working Committee

Topics related to the parcel delivery market and postal services, sustainable logistics, Universal Postal Union issues, standardisation, direct and indirect taxation ...

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e-Payments Working Committee

Mobile and innovation in payments and payment systems, e-identification, trust services and card payments issues ...

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Sustainability Working Committee

Circular economy, circular services, climate law: decarbonisation, packaging, product policy, green labelling, consumer rights, sustainable logistics …

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Platforms Working Committee

Focus on implementation, enforcement and other practical issues with regards to online platform-related legislation ...

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