EPDI Dialogue Centres have an effective role in:
Parliamentary decisions benefit from an understanding of how they affect the nations business and industry, and therefore its wealth and employment. Strengthening national economies: The business sector from micro-businesses to inward investors and multi-nationals profits from understanding
the regulatory and legislative environment.
Risk Management: For countries in transition, the Dialogue Centre model functions as a risk management tool, providing a transparent means for conducting relationships with politicians and business people who often operate in corrupt environments, a gateway to engagement with the broader community, and a means of dealing with issues sensitively and, ultimately, effectively.
The EPDI team has a track record in establishing nationally owned centres for dialogue. These become a forum where legislators and business people can find fast and effective solutions, and have proved particularly useful in the transition to more democratic government.
Our tried and tested methodology is backed by 30 years of international experience: beginning with the Westminster Parliament and FTSE-100 companies based in London through the Industry and Parliament Trust (IPT) and now translated into similar organisations in a total of 16 countries around the world.
Enterprise and Parliamentary Dialogue International is an independent, not-for-profit body which does not seek to impose Westminster-style democracy, but to facilitate country-specific solutions without favour to special interests.
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responsibility is to ensure that our activities practically
support this approach and these values through maintaining
our Common Code of Principles, endorsed by both the EU
and the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.