Full IAIA membership for individuals. Rates are based upon your country of residence/operation (not nationality), in accordance with World Bank economic data. Find out more about the country tiers.
Tier 1 (Low Income Economies): US$55
Tier 2 (Lower Middle & Upper Middle Income Economies): US$85
Tier 3 (High Income Economies): US$150
Full IAIA membership for students and early professionals at a discounted rate (proof of enrollment or recent graduation required). All students pay US$45 per year, regardless of country.
Corporate membership offers similar benefits to an individual membership, plus additional savings and increased exposure for your organization. Read more.
Individuals who wish to be involved with IAIA without full membership. Allows access to IAIA's professional online community, IAIAConnect, for US$30. Regular membership benefits do not apply.
Subscription to Impact Assessment & Project Appraisal, IAIA's widely-acclaimed international journal. Through refereed papers, professional practice reports and book reviews, it covers environmental and social impact, sustainability, technology assessment, project appraisal and case studies.
IAIA's monthly e-news, sharing upcoming event details and deadlines, as well as professional news in the field of impact assessment.
Full access to members-only web pages, including a searchable member directory, past conference participants lists, and more.
Membership in IAIAConnect, IAIA's online professional community. Network with other members, join special-interest groups, submit questions to group members, receive relevant posts and announcements from members around the world, and view members' profiles.
Reduced rates for annual conference and symposia registrations
Complimentary postings on Career Central jobs board
Reduced rates on advertisements, flyer inserts, and partner publishers' journals and books.
Opportunities for international recognition through contributions to IAIA publications and groups, and through partnerships with other members and organizations.
Voting privileges in IAIA elections and at the annual general meeting