Social Justice & Democratization Space
It aims to build a global community who can access and share resources in various languages through an open participatory approach to research, policy, pedagogy, practices and images.
This category of membership is for countrywide associations of sociology duly established for scientific purposes which are open to all active sociologists. They are admitted by a decision of the Executive Committee, subject to ratification by the Council of National Associations.
Constituting the Council of National Associations (CNA), national associations (regular members) together with affiliated members, actively promote regional and cross-country cooperation and highlight the activities of each collective member. The CNA aims to create a community to consult and cooperate with on common interests including collective networks on approaches, emphases, and cultures of doing sociology. National associations and affiliated members all over the world contribute to the diversity of global voices in ISA’s deliberations and vision.
You may choose to have annual fees calculated either as 1% of your association's annual budget or 1USD per each member per year. A minimum annual fee is USD 300 for countries with economies in Category A, USD 150 in Category B, and USD 75 for economies in Category C (See the Table of Economies to identify the category of the economy of your country.) A maximum annual fee is USD 5000.
|1% of your association's annual budget or 1 USD per each member per year.|
|Category A||USD 300|
|Category B||USD 150|
|Category C||USD 75|