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EFRAG seeks to broaden its membership by including civil society chapter

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17 Nov 2021

In its process of creating a new sustainability reporting pillar alongside its existing financial reporting pillar, the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG) aims to enlarge the EFRAG General Assembly to allow additional relevant and interested organisations to participate in and contribute to EFRAG and become EFRAG Member Organisations.

To ensure a balanced representation of stakeholders, the membership of the EFRAG General Assembly will extended with a Chapter covering Civil Society (including NGOs, academics, trade unions, and consumer organisations) in addition to its European Stakeholder Organisations Chapter and National Organisations Chapter. EFRAG Member Organisations can contribute to the sustainability reporting pillar or to the financial reporting pillar or to both.

EFRAG has published a call for expressions of interest for EFRAG membership, and is inviting all organisations including civil society to join its new sustainability reporting pillar. Expressions of interest are welcome by 8 December 2021.

Please click for more information on the EFRAG website.

Note: A briefing note published on 3 December 2021 explains who qualifies for EFRAG membership.

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