11.11.11, Koepel van Internationale Solidariteit

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Since 20 September 2021 self-declared 'non-commercial organisations' are no longer required to provide a lobby budget. See above timeline for this registrant's historical lobby budget.

Lobbying Costs

None declared

Financial year: Jan 2022 - Dec 2022

Lobbyists (Full time equivalent)

2.8 Fte (10)

Lobbyists with EP accreditation


High-level Commission meetings


Lobbying Costs over the years

  • Info

    11.11.11, Koepel van Internationale Solidariteit   (11.11.11)

    EU Transparency Register

    79444464737-58 First registered on 10 Dec 2010

    Goals / Remit

    11.11.11 is de Vlaamse Coalitie van Internationale Solidariteit en heeft twee belangrijke pijlers: lokale vrijwilligersgroepen en een 60-tal lidorganisaties van diverse strekkingen.

    11.11.11 gelooft dat een andere wereld mogelijk is en werkt aan een andere globalisering op drie manieren:

    1) Solidariteit met het Zuiden door steun aan en samenwerking met partnerorganisaties in Afrika, Azië en Latijns-Amerika.

    2) Beleidsbeïnvloeding: om de oorzaken van onrecht en armoede aan te pakken, moeten we als Noord-Zuidbeweging wegen op de beslissingen van de overheden (Vlaams, nationaal en Europees), van internationale instellingen (IMF, Wereldbank, Verenigde Naties, Wereldhandelsorganisatie ...) en van bedrijven.

    3) Bewustmaking in eigen land: om de vorige twee doelstellingen te kunnen realiseren, dient de eigen bevolking degelijk te worden geïnformeerd én gesensibiliseerd.

    Main EU files targeted

    Preparation and Coordination of the Belgian CSO programme on the Belgian EU Presidency

    EU-Middle East relations (Brussels VII Conference on the Future of Syria and the Region;
    European response to 6 February 2023 Syria/Turkey earthquakes; European Parliament, joint motions for resolutions on Palestine, Turkey and Syria; Joint Communication on the State of Play of EU-Turkey political, economic and trade relations; European response to the 7 October Hamas terrorist attacks and Israeli war on Gaza and the West Bank; Discussions on sanctioning violent Israeli settlers from the West Bank)

    EU trade policy
    (EU-Mercosur trade agreement; EU-Colombia-Peru-Ecuador trade agreement; EU-Indonesia CEPA trade agreement; EU-Kenya EPA; EU-CELAC Summit July 2023; Sustainable development and raw materials in EU trade agreements; WTO 13MC; ISDS, Energy Charter Treaty, BLEU BIT;

    Corporate Sustainable Due Diligence (-Directive)

    EU-Relations with Latin America
    (in particular political, trade, human rights, co-operation, and Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, EU-CELAC Summit July 2023 (civil society coordination in EU and Latin America, follow-up, ...); due diligence cases, pesticides export, ... ; Critical raw materials (CRMA): inclusion of free, prior and informed consent; Global Gateway projects; Follow-up EU Multiannual Financial Framework 2021-2027; EU regulation on deforestation-free products)

    Policies regarding raw materials (Critical Raw Materials Act with focus on strategic partnerships (such as Rwanda, Chili); Sustainable development and raw materials in EU trade agreements; EU Battery Regulation; Renewable Energy Directive (REDIII); Foreign Affairs Council Conclusions on Green Diplomacy)

    Climate policy (Environment Council Conclusions on COP28; Update National Energy and Climate Plan ; 2040 climate target)

    Migration Policy (New Pact on Migration and asylum; Frontex and human rights monitoring at external borders)

    EU and the Great Lakes region (strategic intervention on peace and security; implementation of EU guidelines on HRDD; European Peace Facility; EU-DRC relations with regards to the electoral process; EU dialogues with Burundi; EU sanction regime against Rwanda individuals).

    Finance and debt policies (EU directive on minimum taxation, public Country by Country reporting, MDB and IFI reform in run up to Belgian EU Presidency (debts, SDR’s, quota reform IMF, IMF surcharges, Evolution Roadmap Worldbank)

    Cooperation policy, within Concord Europe (Multi-annual Financial Framework; NDICI) and in dialogue with the Belgian administration (DG Development) and Enabel, the Belgian implementation agency: Global Gateway and Team Europe initiatives

    Gender issues (GAPIII; Feminist Foreign Affairs; intersectionality)


    Head Office
    Vlasfabriekstraat, 11
    Brussel 1060
    EU Office
    Vlasfabriekstraat, 11
    Brussel 1060


  • People

    Total lobbyists declared


    Employment timeLobbyists

    Lobbyists (Full time equivalent)


    Lobbyists with EP accreditation

    All Lobbyists with EP accreditation over time

    0 accreditations were / are live (in bold) for the selected state of 17 Jun 2024

    Name Start date End Date
    Ms Jana VAN BRAECKEL 20 Nov 2019 01 Dec 2020
    Mr Marc Maes 14 Jun 2019 01 Jul 2020
    Ms Jana VAN BRAECKEL 09 Nov 2018 09 Nov 2019
    Dahr VRIJSEN 13 Oct 2018 01 Feb 2019
    Mr Marc Maes 07 Mar 2018 07 Mar 2019
    Ms Ella BUTTIËNS 07 Mar 2018 01 Jul 2018
    Ms Chiara DONADONI 12 Jan 2018 09 Nov 2018
    Mr Marc Maes 20 Mar 2017 07 Mar 2018
    Mr Koenraad Warmenbol 20 Mar 2017 10 Mar 2018
    Mr Marc Maes 04 Mar 2016 04 Mar 2017
    Mr Koen Warmenbol 04 Mar 2016 04 Mar 2017
    Mr Marc Maes 25 Feb 2015 23 Feb 2016
    Mr Marc Maes 08 Feb 2014 07 Feb 2015
    Ms Wiske Jult 02 Jul 2013 29 Jun 2014
    Mr Marc Maes 02 Feb 2013 01 Feb 2014
    Ms Wiske Jult 13 Jul 2012 30 Jun 2013
    Mr Marc Maes 08 May 2012 08 Feb 2013

    Complementary Information

    In feite gaat het over de volgende percentages: 1x70, 1x50, 1x45, 1x35, 1x25, 1x20, 1x15, 3x5.

    Person in charge of EU relations

    Data not provided by Register Secretariat due to GDPR

    Person with legal responsibility

    Data not provided by Register Secretariat due to GDPR

  • Categories


    Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar

  • Networking


    11.11.11. is lid van de volgende netwerken en confederaties:

    www.s2bnetwork.org (European Trade Justice Network)

    Member organisations


  • Financial Data

    Interests represented

    Does not represent commercial interests

    Closed financial year

    Jan 2022 - Dec 2022

    Lobbying costs for closed financial year

    Since 20 September 2021 self-declared 'non-commercial organisations' are no longer required to provide a lobby budget. See above timeline for this registrant's historical lobby budget.

    Total organisational budget in closed year


    Major funding types in closed year

    EU funding, Member's contribution, Grants, Donations, Public financing

    Major contributions in closed year

    Contribution Publieke fondsenwerving 5,528,806€
    Contribution Belgische Federale Ontwikkelingssamenwerking 6,712,452€
    Contribution Europese Unie 1,028,651€
    Contribution Lokale overheden 793,540€
    Contribution Tewerkstellingspremies 543,982€
    Grant diverse EU subsidies 948,789€

    Other financial info

    Het laatste afgesloten boekjaar is 2022. 2023 is nog niet officieel en is volop in verwerking. Voor het lopende boekjaar zijn de cijfers nog niet bekend.
    Voor het boekjaar 2022 zijn de subsidies van de sub-nationale overheden, de tewerkstellingspremies en de andere inkomsten kleiner dan 10%.

  • EU Structures

    Groups (European Commission)


    Groups (European Parliament)


    Communication activities

    Coordination of the preparation and implementation of the Belgian European Presidency Project (DG INTPA)
    Regular participation in European CSO activities and positioning on EU Policies within specific networks, like EurAc network, CONCORD, CAN Europe, ETJN, ...
    Advocacy towards the EP and Belgian MEPs
    Dialogue with Belgian decisionmakers regarding positioning, transposition, implementation of EU directives (e.g.: on minimum taxation, Country by Country reporting, ...
    Meetings with EEAS desk officers
    Participation in NDICI calls for proposal (e.g. on business and human rights).
    Dialogue with Belgian and European (alternate) executive directors of World Bank en IMF at Annual Meetings
    Participation in international gatherings (e.g. COP 28, World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings) and advocacy towards participating EU decision-makers
    Participation in Stakeholder-dialogues such as on 2040 climate targets and COP28

    Participation in joint positions, statements and policy papers of CSO networks (such as on NECP-update, CRMA and due diligence, ECT, EU-Mercosur Agreement, EU-Kenya EPA, WTO, EUCSDDD, ...

    - Publications: EurAc report "The 2023 elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo" https://www.eurac-network.org/sites/default/files/eurac-rapport_2021-uk-web.pdf
    - Policy paper addressed to Belgian policymakers on conversion of OECD guidelines on pillar 2 into EU directive on minimum taxation
    - CONCORD (concordeurope.org)<https://concordeurope.org/cross-cutting-priorities/gender-equality-2/>,
    - "LONG ROAD TO RETURN III. ENSURING DURABLE SOLUTIONS FOR SYRIAN REFUGEES IN TURKEY" (March 2022) (https://11.be/sites/default/files/2022-03/202203-11paper-Upinion-Syrian-Refugees-in-Turkey.pdf);
    - "Endless Refuge and Unsafe Homecoming" (December 2022) (https://paxforpeace.nl/what-we-do/publications/endless-refuge-and-unsafe-homecoming)

    Webinars and public actions on EU-Mercosur, the Energy Charter Treaty, the Covid-19 TRIPS waiver.

    Publications on the above on www.11.be

    Other activities

    None declared

  • Meetings


    None declared

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