The PRj editorial board is made up of a hand-picked selection of amazing organisations involved with both EU funded projects and science related issues.
Between them they provide exciting and informative content to the journal about their day to day work, influence of potential future policy changes and involvement with ongoing EU projects.
Whether they are inspiring current and future generations of scientists, helping with the dissemination of important project news and results or lobbying the Governments of Europe for equality related issues together we can reach an audience that will ultimately make the difference.
None of the editorial board members are paid for their time or input and between us we promote our capabilities to our respective audiences with a like-minded vision of the future of European Science and Technology.
Together we can “Disseminate, Communicate and Educate”
The Women’s Engineering Society (WES)
The Women’s Engineering Society is a charity and a professional network of women engineers, scientists and technologists offering inspiration, support and professional development. Working in partnership, we support and inspire women to achieve as engineers, scientists and as leaders; we encourage the education of engineering; and we support companies with gender diversity and inclusion.
We are a Charity and a Limited Company and are governed by a Board of Trustees and guided by our Council according to our Memorandum of Articles. We have individual and Partner Members and produce a quarterly printed journal, The Woman Engineer, as well as a monthly e-newsletter. Our programmes and projects are focused on our members and on advancing our vision and mission.
In 2019 are celebrating our centenary. Join us in the celebrations!
To find out more about our history, click here.
Autism-Europe aisbl is an international association whose main objective is to advance the rights of autistic people and their families and to help them improve their quality of life. It ensures effective liaison among almost 90 member autism organisations from 38 European countries, including 26 Member States of the European Union, governments and European and international institutions.
Autism-Europe plays a key role in raising public awareness, and in influencing the European decision-makers on all issues relating to the rights of autistic people. Self-advocates and parents play a central role in our organisation to ensure that the views and interests of persons with autism are adequately reflected in our work.
We are recognised by the European institutions as the voice of autistic people and their families in Europe. To maximise our impact on the European Union’s policies, Autism-Europe also works in strategic coalitions with organisations that share the same concerns and goals.
We are also regularly consulted by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and cooperate with the United Nations (UN). Autism-Europe also enjoys a participative status (for non-governmental organisations) with the Council of Europe and in July 2002 lodged a collective complaint with the European Committee of Social Rights, becoming the first disability NGO to undertake such action.
This leaflet provides an overview of Autism-Europe’s mission, work, achievements and contact details.
EUFIC (The European Food Information Council)
EUFIC – The European Food Information Council, is a non-profit organization that believes in a world where people live healthier lives because they know how to. A group of passionate science and communication experts, we provide engaging science-based information to inspire and empower healthier and more sustainable food and lifestyle choices.
EUFIC in a nutshell
- We cover a wide range of topics on nutrition, lifestyle and health, food safety, food quality, legislation, and food risk communication.
- We carry out consumer research to find out people’s perceptions, views and preferences.
- Our information is based on research evidence supported by the wider scientific community.
- Our materials are understandable and accessible to the general public and used by health professionals and educators.
- We collaborate with a broad network of academics, national and international organisations, businesses and professionals in food and health.
- We work with Scientific Advisory and Editorial Boards, as well as independent experts on specific projects, who advise on the scientific direction and ensure the accuracy and impartiality of our work.
- Our funding comes from individual food and drink companies, the European Commission, foundations, umbrella organisations and from sales of publications.
- Our website has the Health On the Net certification, a code of conduct which certifies that content on this page offers a multi-stakeholder consensus on standards to protect citizens from misleading health information.
For more information about EUFIC, visit Eufic.org.