Become a member – it’s free!
Membership in ALF network is free and doesn’t require more than willingness to commit to the values of Anna Lindh Foundation. The network is constantly looking for active members.
Membership in Finnish Network of the Anna Lindh Foundation
Finnish network of Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) organizes meeting for its members and informs the network members about funding, projects, cooperation possibilities, and activities of the ALF secretary in Alexandria. Finnish network is an important forum for organizations working in the field of Euro-Mediterranean cooperation.
Our members are involved in themes like interfaith dialogue, multicultural events, civil society activism, cultures of the Mediterranean area, arts, mobility and intercultural citizenship education. We encourage our members to being active and organizing events and projects in cooperation with each other. We are happy to help you finding partners for your projects.
Requirements and application process
Membership is free and we have only two requirements for the members (see below). We wish our network to be an active and tight network. For this reason, we hope that our members participate in network meetings which take place 1–2 times in a year.
To become a member fill out the application form in ALF web page. An important note: all the information that is written in the membership application form will be public. This is the information that is visible in the ALF “Our network” page and will be helpful to other organizations that look for partners. For example see FIME in the ALF directory.
The applications are processed in the ALF secretariat in Alexandria. After this, the applications are send to the national network. If you are not contacted in reasonable time after submitting the application, please contact the coordinators of the Finnish network: it is possible, that your application has got stuck in the system!
The Finnish network has two requirements for the joining members:
1. The Network is open for all institutions, organizations and other partners who adhere to the principles and the mission of the Anna Lindh Foundation as defined in art. II.1 of the ALF Statutes, and whose work is based on democratic, pluralistic, and multilateral values;
2. Its members could belong to following categories: NGOs; public, local and regional actors; public and private non-profit foundations; other non-profit organisations; social entrepreneurs, for-profit organisations with socially sustainable goals and individual members.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!