The network is a group of people and organizations that work with each other to achieve the EIN’s vision and mission. They become linked to the network through participation in its activities. 

Organizations and individuals can join the EIN by becoming its members or by partnering with the EIN. EIN members shall have a right to participate in the EIN’s General Assembly meetings, receive information about all EIN activities and actively contribute to the development of the EIN. EIN partners can participate in and benefit from the EIN activities.

(1) Become a member

EIN membership is open to all civil society organisations or individuals adhering to the founding statute of the EIN and working towards effective implementation of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR).

All membership applications shall be reviewed and approved by the EIN Board, in accordance with the EIN founding statute. Member candidates shall provide the following documents to the EIN:

-       Application form, which can be found here 

-       Its founding statute or other relevant documentation demonstrating the applicant’s activities related to the EIN goals

-       A brief supporting letter stating (1) the reasons why the organization or individual wishes to join the EIN, (2) outlining the contribution they can make to the EIN and (3) indicating activities they have already undertaken in the field of implementation of ECtHR judgments

Membership applications and accompanying documents should be sent to

(2) Partner with EIN

Organisations and individuals can participate in the EIN’s activities (e.g. EIN briefings to the Committee of Ministers or trainings for lawyers and NGOs working on implementation) and seek support for their implementation related work from the EIN without formal membership. Get in touch with the EIN about partnership and participation opportunities at