EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR INFORMATION POLICY & SECURITY (ECIPS)


European Centre for Information Policy and Security (ECIPS) is an International non-governmental International Organization recognized by Decree and in terms of international representation is recognized under Art.2 of the Convention 24 April 1986 European Convention on the Recognition of the Legal Personality of International Non Governmental Organization (NPMIA) needs no further state of recognition by members or member states after legal personality was granted on 14 June 2015 as stipulated by the Convention on the Recognition of the Legal Personality of International Non Governmental Organization (NPMIA) 1986.

ECIPS focuses on researching by evaluating and monitoring International Security Threats, such as Humanitarian Instability that gives raise to organic security instbility, international terror threats, international cyber threats, global nonproliferation threats, global warming and any threat that affects our ways of life by providing pragmatic solutions that aids to manage and mitigate these growing risks of the lack of policy in public domain. The International Information Policy and Security Council (IIPSC) is the body of Supreme Authority in the ECIPS Organization and presented by its members and its stakeholders. Our web pages also elucidate on the fact that we are an International Organization, unremittingly seeking those links in the chain of Policy, Security and Justice, which needs re-enforcement by creating both, a platform and policies, for innovative practices in the domain of Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) and that we have the ability to take sensitive and (politically) sensitive missions on board, that contribute to our ways of life whilst maintaining and safeguarding an enjoyable level of freedom in a just society.

“Freedom, Security & Justice
for All”

The ECIPS website is also meant to give you information on the status of our global security affairs, International enforcement on criminal justice experts that realizes the needs for practical improvements of skills, attitudes and the chain of international co-operation in order to contribute considerably and sustainable in the arena of policy by means of ECIPS’s input of expertise, know-how, that explains the 5 WH in What, Why, Who, Where and When. For membership application, please visit the membership page. ECIPS adopted the UNITED NATIONS Charter, making the promotion and protection of human rights a key purpose and guiding principle of the Organization.