EUNIC members are national bodies from the EU member states that are engaged in activities beyond their national borders and have a degree of autonomy from their national governments. EUNIC operates through its headquarters' organizations but also through its clusters based in different locations around the globe. The current members of EUNIC are listed here. Desire to work together is the main reason for EUNIC members to join the network. There is a strategic and operational added value in EUNIC membership. On the one hand members benefit from joint events and development of new initiatives, projects and structures. On the other hand cooperation and exchange of knowledge and resources within the network helps to enhance members’ ability to achieve their aims and objectives. If you would like to find out more about EUNIC membership contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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