CLS is member of EPIN – the European Policy Institutes Network - since the very start of its functioning back in 2002. The network is coordinated by the Brussels based Centre for European Policy Studies. It was established with the aim to follow the works of the Convention on the Future of Europe. EPIN has continued to follow the constitutional process in all its phases. It focuses on institutional reform of the Union, but other issues are also addressed. The network follows preparations for the European elections, the EU’s communication policy, and the political dynamics after enlargement, as well as EU foreign policy and justice and home affairs. Currently there are 30 EPIN members from 26 countries, also from countries outside of the EU.