HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER?

The ECDN is a European association of national organizations. Our association is open to individuals and organizations who are actively supportive of our goals: to fight against over-indebtedness and promote high quality debt-relief and social banking. Our members represent European countries and organizations, all working together to achieve these goals. We offer different kinds of membership allowing you to tailor your membership to your own means and needs. Members pay an annual fee depending on the type of membership. By becoming a member of the ECDN you will play an active and important role in our work to fight over-indebtedness on a national as well as European level. If you are interested in becoming a member, you can learn more about the types of membership and the application process on this page. For any further clarification, please feel free to contact us.

Types of memberships

We offer different types of membership in order to meet your wishes and needs. All members pay an annual fee depending on the size of membership that they have chosen. The types of membership varies in regards to the degree of involvement, the number of rights and privileges they include.

Active membership

TBA charge
  • Quarterly newsletters
  • Biannual Money Matters magazine
  • The right to represent the ECDN
  • Full voting rights at the General Assembly
  • Electability to the Management Committee

Passive membership

TBA charge
  • Quarterly newsletters
  • Biannual Money Matters magazine
  • The right to represent the ECDN

Application process

To become a member of the ECDN, you need to send in a formal application. You apply for a membership by filling out the online form. Your application will then be reviewed by the Management Committee on their next meeting. If the Management Committee thinks that you fit the criteria for becoming a member, your membership application will then be brought before the General Assembly, who will make the final decision by a simple majority vote.

STEP 1

Identifying membership

STEP 2

Applying for membership

STEP 3

Admission meeting

STEP 4

Admission or rejection