The Best Practice Awards took place during EASA’s Biannual Meetings in Athens, and this year, for the first time, initiatives from two years were awarded in a double ceremony: Best Practice Awards 2016 and Best Practice Awards 2017.
EASA and ICAS members will meet in Athens from May 8 to 10 for the first Biannual Meetings of 2017. The three-day event, hosted by the Greek SRO, SEE, includes statutory meetings, as well as meetings of all EASA’s Committees including keynote presentations, from important representatives of the digital advertising industry.
In 2016, EASA coordinated for the EU Pledge Secretariat a monitoring project assessing sectoral compliance for a number of food and beverages brand websites.
The EU Pledge Secretariat published its 2016 Monitoring Report which includes EASA's results of the monitoring, following its ‘consumer-oriented approach’ methodology.
More information on the EU Pledge Secretariat's 2016 Monitoring Report can be found here.
On 2nd of February 2017, EASA organised a Strategy Session, with the aim of revisiting the association's mission and values, as well as setting the directions for the upcoming years.
The participating members came together in an interactive session, providing invaluable input and new perspectives, and defining key actions which will act as the foundation for developing a new strategic plan.
EASA members met in Lisbon at the end of October for the second biannual meetings of 2016. The three-day event, hosted by the Portuguese SRO, ICAP, included meetings of all EASA’s Committees and – most importantly – saw the launch of a new International Council on Ad Self-Regulation.
At the beginning of August 2016, EASA has launched its website: www.easa-alliance.org.
In 1998, EASA launched its first website and the site has been updated now for the 4th time. The new website is completely redesigned and offers fast and easy access to all essential EASA information, providing a more comprehensive understanding of EASA’s mission and services. At the same time, users can find in-depth data about advertising self-regulation practices, as well as an overview of EASA's extensive network of members and their activities.
EASA launched the new 2014 edition of the International Guide to Developing a Self-Regulatory Organisation during the biannual meetings of its membership in Istanbul last week.
EASA has published its 2013-2014 Annual Review, putting some of the last year’s main developments in the spotlight.
From April 2013 to March 2014, EASA, under the guidance of Chairman Guy Parker, carried out actions in line with the four core areas of its action plan: developing members’ capacity; developing the profile of EASA and self-regulation; developing self-regulatory coverage and EASA’s membership; and developing EASA’s products and services.