Becoming an associate member

An individual or organisation can become an associated member because they share GAP-I’s philosophy and purpose, are supportive of the effort of the network and its individual members and wish to make a contribution to make the network thrive. They are not required to implement GAP-I-like programs or use GAP-I’s approaches and methods.

Associate members are:

  • invited to international meetings and workshops.
  • eligible for preferential rates for training and other membership benefits decided by the Board and AGM.
  • not eligible to vote at the AGM.
  • eligible for Board membership (under certain limiting conditions).

In return they are expected to:

Take a look at our Membership FAQs page if you have any questions.