As a member-led network, EaRN’s activities and focus are driven by its membership base. This means that the best way to ensure equalities issues that matter to you are represented is by joining us and having your say!
By becoming a member you can join with other individuals and organisations to network, influence decisions and have your voice heard. You will have first access to our events and workshops and can proudly show your commitment to promoting equality in Edinburgh.
We have three different categories of membership:
This membership registration is intended for those who wish to join EaRN in a personal capacity. If you are an Edinburgh citizen and have an interest in or concerns about equality and rights issues and/or inequality and poverty in your community, your neighbourhood or across the city.
This membership subscription is intended for those who work in Edinburgh’s public sector, and would like to join EaRN in their professional capacity. Your professional role will include an interest in or concerns about equality and rights issues, and/or inequality and poverty. This category includes elected members and public sector officers.
This membership subscription is intended for organisations – for third sector organisations or projects in Edinburgh that are concerned with equality and rights and/or inequality and poverty.
Please select the required membership category from the menu below and complete the required form fields. We will be in contact to confirm your registration. If you require assistance to complete this form please telephone 0131 225 0630 or email us.
Details you provide on the membership form will be held by Volunteer Edinburgh in a database on behalf of The City of Edinburgh Council and other Equality and Rights Network (EaRN) funding partners. We will not disclose your details to other organisations or the Council without seeking your prior permission. For more information on how we use your data and keep it safe please read our privacy notice.
Edinburgh’s third sector represents a broad range of organisations from small local groups to large national institutions. Working with many of the most vulnerable people in the city across a variety of areas, we believe that a strong commitment to equalities and human rights should lie at the heart of everything the sector does. That is why we welcome organisation members from a huge cross-section of fields all of whom have a commitment to advancing equalities and working in partnership with the public sector.
Our aim for this section is to provide links to our member organisations. Clicking on an organisations logo will take you to their website and we have provided a handful below as an example. *