The European Information Association (hereafter "the EIA" or "the Association") is a non-profit-making organisation with charitable status, registered in the United Kingdom under charity number 294502. Its aims and objectives are set out in a constitution. The work of the Association is directed by a Committee, which meets four times each year. Day-to-day management is the responsibility of a part-time Coordinator, from whom further details of the Association are available.
The EIA is the owner of all intellectual property rights (IPRs) on its site and the material thereon is protected by the laws of copyright. Copies and extracts may be made for personal use but any reference to material taken from the site must always acknowledge the EIA (or a named author as appropriate). None of the material on the site, nor any publications purchased through it, may be used for commercial purposes without the written consent of the EIA Coordinator.
While the EIA makes every effort to ensure that the Information contained in this website, in its courses and its various publications, is accurate and up-to-date, it does not offer any guarantees in this regard. It will not accept liability for the results of any action taken on the basis of the information made available. With particular regard to the information contained on this site, in its courses and its various publications, regarding EU legislation, the Association stresses that it is offering help and assistance not legal advice.
The EIA makes every possible attempt to run the training courses it has advertised. However it reserves the right to cancel without liability any event at any time. We are always happy to accept replacements if the person(s) who made the booking is (are) unable to attend.
For the assistance of its members and visitors to its website, the EIA offers links to sites operated, inter alia, by various EU institutions and agencies. The Association is not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites nor for the content they contain. While we attempt to indicate the most authoritative sources of EU information, the EIA cannot be held liable for the material held on those sites.
Given that the transmission of information via the Internet cannot be completely secure, the EIA will nevertheless do everything possible to protect your personal data. It cannot however guarantee the security of data transmitted to this site or to any officers of the Association and any such transmission is at your own risk.