ERIAC is envisaged as a membership-based organization, bringing together Roma and non-Roma individuals and organizations, with relevant and demonstrated competencies and experience in the field of arts and culture and who are committed to ERIAC’s values.
Initially, ERIAC’s associate members will be organized in four thematic sections, to which associate members should commit:
What are the benefits of being an associate member of ERIAC?
Associate Members have key roles in building the resources of ERIAC, engaging in creative exchange and co-production, taking ownership of ERIAC’s initiatives and engaging in its decision-making.
As an associate member:
Who can be a member?
ERIAC is open to all Roma and non-Roma artists, cultural managers, interested individuals, civil society organisations, and private sector companies, formal and informal groups, with demonstrated competencies and experience in the field of arts and culture, who support ERIAC’s mission and are ready to contribute to implementing ERIAC’s empowering vision. Applications are accepted from legal and natural persons.
What are the requirements for becoming an associate member?
How can I become an associate member?
The first call for associate members will be opened on the first anniversary of ERIAC – June 8th – and will last until the end of July. Associate membership can be obtained by filling an online application form.
All applications will be evaluated by the Executive Management of ERIAC and the Pakiv Board. Once the application is approved, the applicant will need to provide a proof of payment to become a full member.
Following the first round of membership intake, subsequent calls for associate members will be launched.
Download ERIAC’s Membership Charter, approved by Pakiv Board: