Clusters are collaboration platforms of EUNIC members. At least three EUNIC members can join up to formally set up a cluster. The cluster represents the whole of the EUNIC network.
Full members: Full members are local offices of EUNIC members. Only these members sign the Charter. Find a list of EUNIC's full members in the members' section.
Associate members: These are organisations which subscribe to the purposes of EUNIC but are not eligible for full membership.
Partners: Partners are locally based organisations - from civil society or the public sector - that work with the cluster on a project basis. EU Delegations are also invited to be partners of the cluster.
At least three full-members of EUNIC are required to set up a cluster. They fill in an application form and design a three year-strategy.
The process for establishing a EUNIC cluster begins with the development of a cluster strategy.
The Charter establishes the cluster and defines its main aspects. After submission of the application and the three-year cluster strategy, the General Assembly will decide on the approval of the cluster. If approved, the full members of the cluster sign the Cluster Charter.
EUNIC Cluster Fund is financed with the voluntary contributions of EUNIC Members. It only co-finances projects designed and implemented by EUNIC Clusters to deliver their three-year cluster strategies. Find below all the information about upcoming and past calls, as well as the evaluation report of the previous edition of the Cluster Fund (2012-2015) Call for proposals 2017 (in preparation) Call for proposals 2016 (EN) (FR) (closed) Budget template Results and explanatory note Detailed results EUNIC Cluster fund evaluation report 2012-2015