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ELI Hubs

ELI Hubs are a practical means through which ELI members can meet closer to home, communicate in their native language, discuss current or upcoming projects, and generate ideas for future ELI activities. The ELI is committed to the principle of collaborative working and strongly encourages Hub activity, as Hubs serve as a two-way communication channel between the ELI and its members.

At the present time, nine ELI hubs have been created and these include the Austrian Hub, Croatian Hub, French Hub, German Hub, Irish Hub, Italian Hub, Polish Hub, Slovenian Hub, Spanish Hub and United Kingdom Hub. The Italian Hub was the last hub to be launched on 9 September 2016 in Ferrara.

The launch of the Croatian Hub, September 2014. Credit: Stipo Vilic.

The launch of the UK hub was held at the offices of Clifford Chance in London.

Organisers of the Slovenian Hub launch were honoured by the presence of Borut Pahor, President of the Republic of Slovenia.

Interested in establishing a Hub?

If you are interested in setting up a Hub in your country, please do not hesitate to contact the ELI Secretariat.

The Guidelines on ELI Hubs, approved by the Council on 18 July 2014, will provide you with detailed information about Hubs.