Establishes contact with all professional and lay organisations in Europe working within the clinical and basic neuroscience or related disciplines and with closely related organisations outside Europe such as the American Academy of Neurology, the American Neurological Association, the Pan African, the Pan American, the Pan Arab and Asian & Oceanian sections of the World Federation of Neurology. Maintains a file including all relevant material about these organisations, such as byelaws membership lists, etc.; co-ordinates he activities of the EFNS and related organisations; works to actively promote collaborations with subspecialty organisations and encourages them to register as associated societies. Issues guidelines for the collaboration between the EFNS and collaborating societies.
In 2003 the European Union Affairs Committee and the Liaison Committee were merged to the Liaison and European Affairs Committee.
1991-1995 Johan A. Aarli
1995-1997 Jean-Marc Orgogozo
1997-2003 Natan Bornstein
By the end of 2009, the committee was re-named again and the original name "Liaison committee" has become the official name once again.
2010-2014 Gunhild Waldemar