|European (Union) Affairs Committee|
Works actively to present the EFNS at all levels within the EU in Brussels and Strasbourg, follows administrative and legislative initiatives of the EU at the earliest possible states of their development in order to allow for EFNS influence, monitors the possibilities for EU grants to EFNS educational and scientific programmes, provides information about the EU to the EFNS Newsletter and the European Journal of Neurology, takes care of any EFNS matter relating to the EU which is not the specified duty of another committee or the president.
In 2003 the European Union Affairs Committee and the Liaison Committee were merged to the Liaison and European Affairs Committee.
1991-1997 Luigi Amaducci
1997-2001 Jean-Marc Orgogozo
2001-2003 Jes Olesen