The majority of operations, services and centres of the CLARIN infrastructure is provided and funded by CLARIN ERIC members (and observers). Members and observers can be countries or intergovernmental organizations. They set up a national consortium, typically consisting of universities, research institutions, libraries and public archives, of which at least one has the status of CLARIN centre (see overview of CLARIN centres). The contribution expected from members and observers is to create and provide access to digital language data collections, and digital tools and expertise for researchers to work with them.
In cases where CLARIN ERIC deems it beneficial, it may enter into agreement with third parties, such as individual institutions, regions and countries outside the EU. Third parties contribute to CLARIN ERIC by providing expertise, services, language resources and/or technology.
The same criteria for data and services interoperability, access conditions, quality of data and services are adhered to by all consortia and third parties. Interoperability is ensured through the standards adopted in the CLARIN framework. The access provided to data and content is in principle sustainable and in accordance with the principles of open science. Members and observers have a large degree of freedom to decide what they contribute to the CLARIN infrastructure.
Below you will find the list of current CLARIN ERIC members, observers and third parties, with the URLs of their national consortia (if available). The national coordinators meet regularly in the National Coordinators' Forum. Each member country is also represented by a delegate in the General Assembly of CLARIN ERIC.
|Members||National Consortium (NC)||Leading NC partner||National coordinator|
|Austria||Digital Humanities Austria||ACDH-OEAW||Karlheinz Mörth|
|Bulgaria||CLaDA-BG||Bulgarian Academy of Sciences||Kiril Simov|
|Croatia||HR-CLARIN||University of Zagreb||Marko Tadić|
|Cyprus||CLARIN-CY||Digital Heritage Research Lab (Cyprus University of Technology)||Marinos Ioannides|
|Czech Republic||LINDAT/CLARIN||Charles University Prague||Eva Hajičová|
|Denmark||CLARIN-DK||University of Copenhagen||Costanza Navarretta|
|Estonia||CLARIN Estonia||Center of Estonian Language Resources||Kadri Vider|
|Finland||FIN-CLARIN||University of Helsinki||Krister Lindén|
|Germany||CLARIN-D||University of Tuebingen||Erhard Hinrichs|
|Greece||clarin:el||ILSP-ATHENA Research Center||Stelios Piperidis|
|Hungary||HunCLARIN||Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences||Tamás Váradi|
|Iceland||CLARIN Iceland||The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies||Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson|
|Italy||CLARIN-IT||Institute for Computational Linguistics A. Zampolli, Italian National Research Council||Monica Monachini|
|Latvia||CLARIN-LV||Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Latvia||Inguna Skadiņa|
|Lithuania||CLARIN-LT||Vytautas Magnus University||Jurgita Vaičenonienė|
|The Netherlands||CLARIAH-NL||Utrecht University||Jan Odijk|
|Norway||CLARINO||University of Bergen||Koenraad De Smedt|
|Poland||CLARIN PL||Wroclaw University of Technology||Maciej Piasecki|
|Portugal||PORTULAN CLARIN||University of Lisbon||António Branco|
|Slovenia||CLARIN.SI||Jožef Stefan Institute||Tomaž Erjavec|
|Observer||National Consortium (NC)||Leading partner NC||National coordinator|
|France||Huma-Num||the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)||Nicolas Larrousse|
|South Africa||SADiLaR||North-West University||Attie de Lange|
|United Kingdom||CLARIN-UK||Oxford University||Martin Wynne|
|Carnegie Mellon University (USA)||Brian MacWhinney|