Membership of Eurocarers
Eurocarers brings together carers' organisations and relevant research & development organisations.
These organisations may function at the EU, national, or sub-national or regional levels ( depending on the structures of national health and social service systems)
The Association has three membership categories:
- full members (Note: Full members have voting rights)
- associate members
- observer members
Full members must:
- be located in one of the member states of the Council of Europe
- have a predominant interest in the advancement of informal care
- have a European or national remit, or, depending on the structures of national health and social service systems, a sub-national or regional remit
- be not-for-profit
- be legally constituted according to the laws and usages of the country in which they are established
- adhere to the Association's statutes
Interested organisations that do not meet the criteria listed above can become associate members.
Interested individuals can become observer members.
Recognising the work of some disease-specific organisations (e.g. Alzheimer's Disease) as well as the fact that some national carers organisations may focus on a particular group of carers or carers' issues only, these organisations are invited to become (full) members of the Association, provided they acknowledge its broader remit.
(European) NGOs may also have a keen interest in carers' issues and the enhancement of carers' interests; these organisations are welcome to join as members of Eurocarers.
As member of Eurocarers,
1. You can participate in influencing decision-making on behalf of carers
by advocating their needs in the development of European policies, programmes and funding…
Applications for admission as a member shall be directed to the Eurocarers Secretariat, by filling in the application form together with the requested documents.
You can download the application…
The New Eurocarers Membership Strategy
Following up on our Annual General Assembly held in Gothenburg on the 3rd September, a new membership fee structure has now been endorsed by the General…
Member organisations can be located on the map by clicking on the markers.
In some cases, where organisations are physically located close together, the markers will overlap when viewing the map…