The European Democracy Caucus was set up in 2005 as an informal, all-party group of Members of the European Parliament, committed to the promotion of democracy worldwide, but primarily in the EU's "new neighbourhood".
Edward McMillan-Scott, Vice-President of the European Parliament, who set up the European Democracy Initiative in the early 90s, is chairman and his Brussels office acts as contact point.
Edward is pictured here with formerly imprisoned Egyptian democracy activist Dr Ayman Nour
European Democracy Caucus
Office of Edward McMillan-Scott MEP
13G130 European Parliament, Brussels 1040, Belgium
Tel +32 2 284 5959 Fax +32 2 284 9959