World Vision EU Representation
The World Vision EU Representation team supports engagement with European Union institutions, civil society, non-governmental and inter-governmental organisations and United Nations agencies based in Brussels.
World Vision talks disability inclusion to EU Member States
In October 2019, Miikka Niskanen, Head of Humanitarian Aid and Grants at World Vision...
Thirty years ago, government leaders came together to sign the Convention on the Rights of the Child at the United Nations. The EU has made a strong...
World Vision’s very own Alternative Nobel Prize laureate and landscape restoration expert, Tony Rinaudo, completed his five-week tour around Europe in...
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Asmaa is 12, and is living in Lebanon along with 1.2 million Syrian refugees. She reflects on how life has changed since fleeing to Lebanon, and what...
European Union: Brussels
We collaborate with others in pursuit of positively impacting the most vulnerable children, their families and communities around the world. We do this through two strategic avenues: advocating for children at EU level and supporting the World Vision Partnership with expertise and knowledge on EU funding and actions.
Governance and Members
See our list of members and scroll down to find out how we approach partnering.
World Vision Brussels & EU Representation (EUREP) is a Belgian Association overseen by a World Vision Board. The Board is composed of directors from both European offices and World Vision International (WVI). The daily management and administration of the association, its office and its activities is entrusted by the Board of Directors to the EUREP Executive Director. The World Vision EU Representation office works closely with the following offices:
The mandate of the World Vision EU Representation office is to maximise World Vision’s influence, impact and income towards EU institutions by connecting the work of the WV Partnership with policy and funding resources of the European Union (EU).
World Vision EU Representation is one of several “global capitals” based in strategic locations. The Brussels, New York, Addis Ababa and Geneva offices have specifically key liaison responsibilities with global actors and donors.
World Vision is a global Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision has over 37,000 staff in nearly 100 countries. We serve all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.