The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is obliged to acknowledge complaints within two weeks and to respond to complaints within two months. However, the Agency is not obliged to acknowledge complaints that are abusive, excessive in number, repetitive or of pointless character.
If you would like to make a complaint about any aspect of the Agency's work, please write to:
European Medicines Agency
30 Churchill Place
London E14 5EU
To make a complaint by email, use our online form to Send a question to the EMA.
If you are not satisfied with your response from the Agency, you may lodge a complaint with the European Ombudsman:
1 Avenue du Président Robert Schuman
67001 Strasbourg Cedex
Any complaint lodged with the Ombudsman must be preceded by the appropriate administrative approaches to the institutions and bodies concerned.
Appeals on recruitment decisions
Candidates who wish to appeal on decisions made during recruitment procedures should write to the chairman of the selection committee within 20 days of the postmark on the letter of notification.
If a candidate considers that he or she has been adversely affected by a recruitment decision, he or she can:
- lodge a complaint with the Executive Director within three months;
- submit a judicial appeal with the European Union Civil Service Tribunal;
- complain to the European Ombudsman.
For more details on how to complain on recruitment decisions, see:
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