The Europe Equal Futures regional subcommittee is comprised of eleven members, including four founding members: Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, and the European Union. Four countries – Belgium, Croatia, Italia, and Latvia – joined the partnership in 2013 and two – Switzerland and the United Kingdom – in 2014. Montenegro joined Equal Futures in 2016, making it the most recent member in the Europe region. Croatia is the current chair of Equal Futures and also represents Europe in Equal Futures Steering Committee meetings.

The European Union is a founding member of the Equal Futures Partnership; it is a unique economic and political union between 28 European countries. Countries that are members of the European Union are able to participate in Equal Futures convenings through the EU. However, some countries are both individual members of the Partnership and members of the European Union.

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