Click on the map to see if your country is still dark blue (no members yet, only fans) and get an extra year membership for FREE if you are the first in your country.
EURAO, first of all, wanted to know what is the current situation and sent a letter asking about this matter to the European Commission.
And this is the reply...
Countries in blue means there are only fans, in cyan that there are also individual members and in red where member associations exist.
For this reason, EURAO decided to collect, on a quarterly basis, the main headlines generated by itself and its members in a single sheet.
Enjoy it and feel free to spread the word, either in pdf format or as a weblink:
A lot of visitors were very interested in our project: grouping alternative radio amateur associations and individuals from all over Europe, and beyond, with no limits, and willing to work together.
Thanks to all those that give us their support in some way. You are invited to know us a little bit better...
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Now it is easier to become an individual member of the European Radio Amateurs' Organization from anywhere in the world.
For only 10 EUR you can get this card and support the organization and its projects, among which is the EuroBureauQSL.
The first face to face meeting conducted by the European Radio Amateurs' Organization (EURAO) enjoyed an ideal climate for dialogue and received praise from all participants for the wonderful hospitality of Barcelona.
The European Radio Amateurs' Organization (EURAO) holds its annual meeting next weekend, 28-30 October, in Barcelona (Spain), to be attended by representatives of several associations from different countries of the old continent. New members are welcome.