President's statement concerning
the UK referendum on 23 June

 

IT IS LED BY AN INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT, ASSISTED BY A BUREAU WHICH ANSWERS TO THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT COMPOSED OF TWO DELEGATES PER SECTION

 

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY COMPRISES THE WHOLE MEMBERSHIP OF THE ASSOCIATION; IT MEETS EVERY YEAR DURING THE YEARLY CONGRESS

Will the Brexit come ?

AIACE, an association to serve its members and all former staff

The AIACE was created in 1969 by 35 former officials of various nationalities. It has always worked to improve the well-being of all pensioners and endeavoured to nurture, in a spirit of friendship and good humour, the links among themselves and with the administrative services of the institutions.
On 14 June 2002, an agreement was signed between the AIACE, represented by its then President, Gerhard van den Berge, and the Commission, represented at the time by Vice-President Neil Kinnock. On 29 February 2008, a new agreement was signed by Vice-President Kallas and our President Ludwig Schubert.
The AIACE, which consists of central organs and sections in certain countries, makes available a number of services as well as information for EVERY FORMER MEMBER OF STAFF WHO REQUESTS THEM.
In your relations with AIACE, please observe the following:
• every AIACE member is a volunteer;
• the AIACE sections are also at your disposal;
• if you have questions, try to find the answers in first instance on our site
• or on the Commission’s My IntraComm;
• if you don’t succeed, write to us through the menu Contact.
Have a pleasant visit.. and come back to us often!

AIACE ensures
close contacts

as well as a broad representation of the interests of former staff vis-vis the authorities of the European Union by means of co-operation agreements; where necessary AIACE will defend the interests of former staff and, when appropriate, also vis-à-vis national authorities in relation to administrative and welfare matters.

AIACE maintains
and develops

the bond of friendship among former staff and between former and serving staff. It provides a number of services, information and advantages to all former staff who request it.

AIACE contributes
to the study

of problems relating to European integration and to help increase public awareness of these problems; it contribute to the work of the institutions or bodies of the European Union in these fields.

VOX

AIACE International publishes its VOX magazine 3 or 4 times a year. 25,000 copies are printed and sent to all former staff, whether member of AIACE or not.

It contains information, analytical articles, news articles about general issues, the life of former staff and AIACE’s Sections, society in general, the building of Europe and even administrative notifications. The institutions and in particular DG HR (Human Resources) of the European Commission and PMO (Paymaster’s Office) publish more formal information for the pensioners at regular interval.