Statewatch to get award for its work on EU openness

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Statewatch has been awarded the prestigious "EIA Chadwyck-Healey Award for Achievement in European Information 2000".

Tony Bunyan, Statewatch editor, will be accepting the Award on behalf of the organisation at the annual general meeting of the European Information Association to be held at the office of the European Commission office in London on Monday 26 March.

The Award is made each year to the organisation:

"which, in the opinion of the Awards Panel, has achieved most in promoting and advancing access to information about the European Union and the wider Europe. The Panel recognises the contribution Statewatch has made through its work on openness and transparency and, in particular, your current work on access to documents."

Previous winners of the EIA Chadwyck-Healey award for achievement in European information are:

1996 European Ombudsman
1997 European Commission Representation in London
1998 European Voice
1999 Finnish Presidency of the EU

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