B&S Europe is a consulting firm based in Brussels since 1991 that aims to provide technical assistance services to companies, public organizations and institutions, particularly within the scope of programmes and projects financed by international or bilateral bodies. With twenty years of experience, we are proud to provide capacity-building services in a range of technical areas including:

  • Rule of Law;
  • Democracy and Governance;
  • European Integration;
  • Regional Development and Structural Funds;
  • Economic Development;
  • Employment and Social Affairs;
  • Human Resources Management;
  • Communication & Awareness;
  • Sustainable Development.

Development through Understanding is our general philosophy that underpins our work around the globe. At B&S Europe, we firmly believe that only through respecting local cultures and ways of life ca we create sustainable solution to the multi-faceted challenges faced by developing countries. Rather that dictating solutions from the outside, B&S advocates and provides consultancy services that incorporate a comprehensive understanding of local culture as well as political context and engage in knowledge-transfer practices. We share this philosophy with our clients and our ever-growing network of experts.

  • Today, we are in Tilinawo, Malawi supporting the EU Delegation to Malawi, which organised together with United Purpose the planting of 1000 trees to strengthen local communities' resilience. 

  • Cyclists Accross Barriers (CAB) is a beneficiary of the Active Citizenship Mechanism, an in-kind support system part of our TA in Cyprus. CAB aims to tackle issues of abilities, discrimination and prejudices, to raise awareness on environment, health and alternative transport while also on the rights of individuals to enjoy and claim their cities with an aim also to impact on policies and structures on these issues both in the northern and the southern parts of Nicosia. 

  • Last week, in Brussels, B&S Europe supported the European Commission in the organisation of the annual meeting for EU staff concerned with the implementation of two EU external financing instruments: the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (EIDHR) and the Civil Society Organisations and Local Authorities (CSO/LA) programme under the Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI).

  • The EU Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Centre of Excellence programme was launched in 2010 and is part of the EU risk mitigation framework under the Instrument contributing to Peace and Stability (IcSP). It aims to implement capacity building programmes in the field of CBRN risk mitigation based on the needs and priorities identified by the partner countries themselves (‘bottom up’) so as to increase ownership and sustainability. 

  • Today, we are in Lusaka, Zambia for the organization of the 6th African Fiscal Forum. Sponsored by the European Union, International Monetary Fund and the Government of Zambia a two day structured dialogue on Public Finance and Good Governance is taking place, where 80 Delegates representing 37 African countries have gathered to share challenges and best practices.