The Club of Rome EU-Chapter (CoR-EU) aims to build bridges between the institutions of the European Union, EU Member State constituencies, EU citizens and the Club of Rome as a leading think tank at world level. Its mission is to act as a catalyst for reflection on sustainable development in Europe and on a global level. The CoR-EU is an independent non-profit association, registered under Belgian law, affiliated with the Club of Rome.
Full members are individuals of outstanding ethics and ability, with well-established reputations in their professional work, acting in a personal capacity, who subscribe to the goals of the association and who are active in the Brussels region – whether with the European institutions, with Brussels-based international organisations or in Belgian society. They are nominated for election to the Board of Directors by two patrons, both Full members. They pay an annual fee and have voting rights at the General Meeting.
Associate members are individuals who are interested in the association’s work and willing to support it. They can apply spontaneously or be nominated by a Full member. They are admitted by the Board of Directors and pay an annual fee of 30 € if under 35 years of age and 60 € if over 35 years.
Other member categories are: Corresponding members, Honorary members and Institutional members. See statutes for full details.
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