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About EMiN

What is EMiN

The European Mission Network

The European Mission Network (EMiN), is created as an emerging community of practice that connects key players from the business sector, academia, civil society organisations as well as governmental actors. The EMiN will act as central information and exchange platform for the benefit of EU Missions actors across Europe and across EU Missions. Besides offering active exchange and learning formats to its members, its aim is to bundle expertise, experiences, scientific findings and practical examples of adaptation to the mission environment.

The EMiN offers:

  • Promoting exchanges of experiences, know-how and best practices on horizontal mission issues across borders and sectors among its members.
  • Carrying out multi-level actions, dealing with mission-related topics (initiatives may take the form of training programmes, organising conferences and seminars and carrying out research).
  • Providing information to the members on Community policies.


Ultimately, the EMiN aims to become a recognized community of practice that supports and encourages mission governors, actors and stakeholders to successfully deliver the EU Missions’ objectives.

If you wish to receive more information about EMiN please sign up to the TRAMI Newsletter.

If you wish to become an active member please contact the EMiN Liaison Point at  

EMiN Meetings

After a few EMiN meetings, we have already built up some expertise together - share our insights and take a look at the content of the meetings!

How to become a Member?

Membership information

Criteria for Membership 

While the European Mission Network (EMiN) remains an evolving network, open to EU MS/AC and beyond, as well as its stakeholders, some criteria will be required of its members to ensure a meaningful and expedient network:

  • Being actively involved in national/regional/local mission implementation
  • Willingness to share experiences and to actively contribute to EMiN activities
  • Adherence to member relationship requirements, e.g. communication efforts and attendance of meetings
  • Members accept to contribute to the success of the network by actively contributing to e.g. surveys, questionnaires, building of databases, organization of events 

The procedure for new membership is simple and is structured as follows:

  1. All actors interested in joining the EMiN are to contact the Liaison Point, as it functions as gatekeeper for EMiN, via the functional email, or the TRAMI website.
  2. By filling out a simple registration form, basic information about the potential member will be collected by the Liaison Point (e.g. role in mission implementation process, expectations of the community).
  3. In a last step, after a quick check, the Liaison Point initiates the admission.
Membership Fees

No membership fees are foreseen as long as the EMiN is run by the EU funded TRAMI project. This may require reconsideration as the structure develops. 

Membership relationship

It is foreseen that the EMiN Liaison Point establishes a frequent one-way communication to disseminate information e.g. updates regarding EMiN activities. The Liaison Point also serves as a point of contact for EMiN members.  

Communication channels

Various communication channels will be used in close collaboration with TRAMI: 

  • The TRAMI website will serve as the initial channel for oneway communication e.g. to inform about current activities and events. 
  • The TRAMI newsletter will inform EMiN members on a regular basis on overarching issues.
  • A functional email address ( for any EMiN related inquiries is established and is managed by the Liaison Point. EMiN members and interested stakeholders will have the possibility to contact the EMiN Liaison Point directly through this email regarding possible requests (e.g. for dedicated information on specific topics, specific events like Mutual Learning Activities). Actors interested in the EMiN can also use this email address as first entry point.
Find the list of members here