We're here to serve our Members
Our Member Relations team provides support to all EBU Members, Associates and Approved Participants. We recognise the specific features and needs of each Member and collaborate with you and colleagues across the EBU to deliver the most relevant and effective support.
Our Partnership Programme also enables us to support Members in need and reflects the spirit of solidarity that runs through our union.
Please reach out to your Member Relations contact below to discuss how the EBU can serve you better.
Head of Member Relations Central and Eastern Europe
Albania | Armenia | Azerbaijan | Belarus | Bosnia-Herzegovina | Bulgaria | Croatia | Estonia | Georgia | Hungary | Latvia | Lithuania | Moldova | Montenegro | Poland | North Macedonia | Romania | Russian Federation | Serbia | Slovakia | Slovenia | Czech Republic | Ukraine | Kosovo
Bangladesh | Georgia | Kazakhstan
Beatriz Pastor y Puga
Head of Member Relations South
Algeria | Andorra | Cyprus | Egypt | France | Greece | Israel | Italy | Jordan | Lebanon | Libya | Luxemburg | Malta | Monaco | Marino | Morocco | Portugal | Spain | Tunisia | Turkey | Vatican
Brazil | Chile | Cuba | Iran | Malaysia | Mauritius | Oman | South Africa | Syria
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The EBU’s Partnership Programme reflects the core principle of solidarity that underpins our association. In boosting collaboration, strengthening support and enabling all Members to benefit from the EBU’s activities, it reinforces our unique community of public service media organizations.
We support eligible Members with:
The Partnership Programme is a clearly identified fund from the EBU’s earmarked reserve that drives an action plan for eligible Members. It complements other solidarity initiatives across the EBU, including European Commission-funded programmes and EBU Academy Regional Hubs.
The Partnership Programme is intended primarily to serve EBU Members with limited financial resources or challenging political circumstances. Depending on the type of services provided, activities can be fully or partially funded. We assess eligible Members using several indicators that include:
As Member circumstances can change more rapidly than official available data, we also consider cases on a discretionary basis.