- Participation in the activities of the ISA and its Research Committees, Working and Thematic Groups (additional fee required).
- Reduction in registration fees at ISA World Congress and Forum of Sociology
- Online access to ISA journals Current Sociology and International Sociology
- Reception of isagram, an electronic newsletter containing announcements of conferences, calls for papers and manuscripts, prizes, competitions, job offers, etc.
- Discount 45% on SAGE Publications books.
- Discount price, £9.99 postage included, on SAGE Studies in International Sociology books published since 2013.
- On-line access to
- SAGE Sociology Collection, which includes 83 journals.
- Sage Research Methods, a resource which brings together information on methodological issues and choices, and provides copies of relevant articles; it can be used in many ways, including the planning of teaching methods and the making of decisions on what methods might be appropriate for a new project.
- ISA Digital Worlds:
- Global Dialogue
Newsletter published in 16 languages. A venue for debates, reports on conferences, state of different sociologies, interviews, and much more.
- Global Mapping of Sociologists
GMS aims to identify, connect, and enable global collaborations in sociology.
An online database with state-of-the-art review articles in social sciences.
Forum through which ISA members are able to engage in debate, showcasing the diverse work, practices, ideas and voices.
- Social Justice & Democratization Space
Website that aims to build a global community through an open participatory approach to research, policy, pedagogy, practices and images.
- Universities in Crisis
Blog of the ISA with reports of concerned academics on the status of universities in the world.
- Journeys through Sociology
Interviews with members of the ISA Executive Committee.
Videos of ISA Conferences and of the everyday life of sociologists.
- Global Dialogue