ERINHA AISBL legal framework enables a flexible membership model.
The General Assembly, upon the advice of the Executive Board, decides on the inclusion and withdrawal of members.
There are two levels of membership which imply different rights and obligations: Full members and Associate members. Associate members have restricted rights and obligations and pay a restricted flat contribution fee.
Current Members of ERINHA AISBL
How to become an ERINHA member?
Any application for (Full and Associate) membership shall be sent to the Central Coordinating Unit (CCU). It then will be submitted to the Executive Board and General Assembly for their final decision-making.