Euclid Network focuses on four key programme areas which represent challenges for every civil society professional.
For civil society to be more effective, Euclid Network uses peer-learning to develop leadership and innovation across the sector. We also work on knowledge-sharing in areas such as impact and governance. Learn more.
Civil society is no longer a marginal sector. Rather, it is a source of growth, wealth and employment. By using our connections the wider network we aim to give the sector a greater voice both within the policy making processes and in the media. Learn more.
New solutions to some of Europe's most pressing problems will come from social innovation: innovation within and driven by civil society. Euclid Network works to both develop a culture of innovation within the sector, and to ensure that it is at the heart of the European project. Learn more.
The sector needs to be run and funded sustainably if it is to have any long-term impact. Euclid Network supports our members in sourcing new income, either through new and innovative projects or accessing vital European funds. Learn more.