Become a member

Membership.pngBecoming an EPTO member means that both parties will have certain benefits and responsibilities.
 

What are our membership criteria?

Organisations (registered or informal)

  • Active in the field of youth
  • Focus on peer training, anti-discrimination and experiential learning
  • Subscribe to EPTO’s purpose

Each organisation designates one representative which holds voting power in the General Assembly and can propose a candidate to the Board who is a certified EPTO peer trainer (trained but EPTO or an EPTO quality label organisation).

Individuals

  • Aged 16-35 years old
  • Focus on peer training, anti-discrimination and experiential learning
  • Subscribe to EPTO’s purpose
  • Attended at least one training course held in cooperation with EPTO

Individuals have no voting power but can participate in all EPTO activities and can be candidates to the board if supported by at least one member organisation.

EPTO friends (organisations & individuals)

  • Interested in peer training, anti-discrimination and experiential learning
  • Subscribe to EPTO’s purpose

EPTO Friends have no voting power but can participate in all eligible EPTO activities (i.e. where there is no age limit) and statutory meetings.

For more information on the membership and how to become a member, read our booklet.