|The European Landowners’ Organization (ELO), created in 1972, is a unique federation of national associations from the EU27 and beyond which represents the interests of landowners, land managers and rural entrepreneurs at a European political level. Independent and non-profit making, the ELO is the only European organisation able to embody all rural entrepreneurs. Such a broad scope of representation gives it unmatched visibility and credibility in its relation with European decision makers, at the highest level.|
Europa Nostra represents some 250 non-governmental organisations, 150 associate organisations and 1500 individual members from more than 50 countries who are fully committed to safeguarding Europe’s cultural heritage and landscapes. Together, we provide a powerful network for dialogue and debate, we celebrate the best heritage achievements; we campaign against threats to vulnerable heritage buildings, sites and landscapes, and we lobby for sustainable policies and high quality standards with regard to heritage.
We are the Voice of Cultural Heritage in Europe.
|Young Friends of the Countryside|
The Young Friends of the Countryside is a European membership association for future and young private landowners and rural business people aged between 18 and 35 years old, widely known by its acronym, YFCS.
These are achieved mainly through the organisation and participation in several meetings all over Europe in the topics considered relevant and through the “Young Entrepreneurs’ Award”. Other than via meetings, YFCS members and stakeholders are informed through three main channels about upcoming events, projects and important rural issues: an internal platform, the CountrySide Magazine and the website.
For additional information, please contact:
Young Friends of the Countryside
+32(0)2 235 20 04
| Association des Journalistes du Patrimoine (AJP)
|The AJP is a professional association of journalists interested in heritage and culture. Its main objective is to collect information about national and international heritage and to disseminate it inside the AJP network for journalists to use them. The AJP also includes associate members having a link with heritage (restaurant owners, architects,...) and "organism" members (associations, towns, local collectivities, museums,...).|