Obtaining a Letter of accreditation form EUPA
In addition to a press pass, registered members receive a letter of accreditation from us. There is no additional charge for a letter of accreditation besides the annual registration fee for your EUPA membership. Each member will receive one free letter of accreditation, which specifies the journalistic area of focus, or beat, of the member. You cannot select multiple beats at a time. If you need additional letters of accreditation, you may request them at any time for a small additional fee.
A letter of accreditation from EUPA identifies you as a EUPA journalist. It provides proof of your association with EUPA and states the focus of your reporting, guaranteeing unhindered practice of your journalistic work in most cases.