Members and their complete network have access to all the services of the Agency free of charge, can propose people to participate in all the activities organised by the Agency, and can participate in the annual sessions of the General Assembly with the right to vote and to stand as candidate in elections to the Governing Board and other posts.
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Affiliated Organisations also have access to the services of the Agency, although they are available for the organisation only. They can propose people to participate in all the activities organised by the ERYICA. They may be represented in the annual sessions of the General Assembly as observers, but do not have the right to vote or to stand as candidate in elections.
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Co-operating Organisations have access to a range of services and have the right to attend the General Assembly as observers on invitation. However, they do not have voting rights, or the ability to influence the decision making process.
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Being a Member of ERYICA will enable organisations to access a number of opportunities from which all non-members are excluded. How and by what extent these can be taken advantage of strongly depends on the nature and on the needs of each organisation. Being part of a European-wide network of more than 7.700 youth information centres will allow members to:
- Accessing and exchanging good practice, innovative methods, knowledge, ideas, passion and enthusiasm by taking part in study visits, meetings, seminars and in the General Assembly;
- Taking part in training courses and training of trainers for youth information workers, through courses organised directly by ERYICA or by members and partner organisations;
- Receiving political support in establishing, maintaining, strengthening youth information in cooperation with local and governmental bodies, thanks to the role of ERYICA as policy development actor in the Council of Europe and with the European Union;
- Posting items in the ERYICA Newsletter, sent to a broad number of stakeholders;
- Being elected to the Governing Board of the Agency, renewed every three years;
- Accessing fundraising opportunities, being constantly informed about adequate calls of proposal;
- Receiving support through the “Country Development Service”, a programme aiming at empowering Members under specific conditions;
- Contributing to the development of generalist youth information in Europe and supporting colleagues in this challenging task;
- Influencing policy making processes in Europe and different countries;
- Have the right to use the ERYICA logo on your website and in printed materials and claim membership, also through Members’ certificates;
- Be involved in the Youth on the Move - InfoMobility (YoMIM) service, an online platform supporting mobility of young people in Europe;
- Being member of SHEryica, the interactive platform for youth information workers;
- Make a difference in youth information to millions of young people in Europe.
And most of all, to enable young people in Europe to make informed choices, relevant to their lives.
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As ERYICA is a network that is ‘all about youth’, it is very important to include young people’s perspective in the development of all products and services that target youth. Therefore, since 2012, ERYICA has been training young people to become Youth Ambassadors for youth information. So far, this has been taking place bi-annually, with trainings taking place in Malta (2012), Sweden (2014) and Ljubljana (2016). The Youth Ambassadors are aged between 18-22, and come from all over Europe.
Once trained, Youth Ambassadors can participate in professional development processes in order to ensure that the outcomes of ERYICA’s work meet the needs of young people, and also in events, such as the EU Youth Conference.