The Council of European Dentists (CED) is registered in the joint Transparency Register of the European Parliament and of the European Commission and adheres to the Code of conduct for interest representatives, formulated on the basis of principles of openness and transparency.
The CED defines its policy independently. The CED's political positions are published on the CED’s website.
The CED’s core activity is financed exclusively from membership fees, paid by CED Member and Observer organisations.
The CED contributes to Joint Actions and is eligible for partial reimbursement of its contribution from the European Commission; this sum appears in the CED’s budget and final accounts as “Co-funding from Community budget”.
For further information about the CED's funding, please see our latest profit and loss account statement.
The 2018 CED Annual Report, summarising our political priorities and most important activities is now available on our website. Political resolutions adopted in 2018 and the main focus of CED working groups and task forces are also presented.Read more