Regional Groups

EASC members organise themselves in regional groups to have an exchange among colleagues and to practice intervision. They define the contents and form of their exchange independently and autonomously, as a network. By doing so they implement the EASC objectives at regional level, contributing considerably to a quality development and the dialogue among professionals. They are linked to the Board and the Annual General Assembly of Members (AGM) via an elected spokesperson. EASC supports its regional groups.

Not all regions have EASC regional groups. If you would like to find a regional group and get in contact with the members of your region, the Board and the Office will be happy to support you.

Would you like to join a regional group? Please contact the respective spokesperson directly.

List of regional groups