ELIAMEP plays an active and constructive role in large number of institutional networks such as:
- Arab Reform Initiative (ARI)
- Black Sea Research Network
- Euro-Mediterranean StudyCommission (EuroMeSCo)
- European Information Network on International Relations and Area Studies (EINIRAS)
- European Policy Institute Network (EPIN)
- Fundamental Rights Platform (FRP)
- Initiative for Peacebuilding (IfP)
- International Relations and Security Network (ISN)
Since October 2010 ELIAMEP also participates in LISBOAN (Linking Interdisciplinary Integration Studies by Broadening the European Academic Network), an Erasmus Academic Network consisting of 68 partner institutions from all EU member states, as well as Croatia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey. The network’s aim is to strengthen cooperation between institutions of higher education and research in Europe with a view to teaching and researching the Treaty of Lisbon, the European Union’s legal foundation since December 2009. It is funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union.
Since 2000, ELIAMEP is the coordinator of both the European and American Marshall Memorial Fellowship Programs of the German Marshall Fund in Greece. The MMF programme aims at creating a network of young European and American leaders in an attempt to further strengthen the transatlantic relationship. Since 2001 ELIAMEP has been cooperating with the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, within the framework of the Onassis Foundation Programme of Scholarships for Foreigners. In the context of the cooperation agreement between the two Foundations, Onassis Fellows use the Onassis workplaces at the ELIAMEP premises and have access to ELIAMEP’s library. ELIAMEP also serves as the channel for recruiting Greek students for the Master’s Programme at the College of Europe through the Greek Selection Committee. ELIAMEP has become actively involved with the Policy Network in London and the European Institute of the London School of Economics and Political Science in the project “An EU ‘fit for purpose’ in a global age.” Through a series of seminars in different European countries, including Greece, two high-profile conferences in London and Brussels, and the participation of leading European academics and politicians, this initiative will lead to a collective volume of policy papers on a wide range of EU policy choices post-2009. With the cooperation of a team of NGOs and Foundations, including ELIAMEP, the common website ngo.gr was created in order to give, to any NGO that wishes, the possibility to search and locate other NGOs with same or similar aspirations, aiming at any type of cooperation, occasional or long-lasting.