Active Membership

UIA's Active Members comprise individuals the world over who have an interest in international organizations and the work of the UIA. As trustees, they further the interests of the UIA in their particular sphere of activity.

Membership Criteria

UIA's Active Members comprise individuals who are elected by the General Assembly on the basis of their interest and activity in international organizations. Members are chosen without distinction of nationality, race, sex, and creed, nor of adherence to ideological, political or professional groups.

Membership Benefits

  • Possible limited access to the Yearbook of International Organizations Online and the International Congress Calendar Online for research projects which benefit the UIA
  • Collaboration opportunities on mutual projects with the UIA
  • An invitation to participate in UIA's Associations Round Tables
  • An invitation to participate in UIA’s biennial General Assembly
  • Opportunity to take part in the direction and management of the UIA
  • Networking opportunities with other individuals who are interested in international organizations and the work of the UIA
  • Posting of news relevant to associations on the UIA website

Current Members

The UIA's Active Members include diplomats, international civil servants, association executives, professors of international relations and directors of foundations.

Membership Dues

There are no membership dues for Active Membership.

How to Become an Active Member

Individuals meeting the membership criteria are invited to send a Letter of Motivation along with their Curriculum Vitae to the UIA Secretariat ( ). Candidates are admitted following approval by the General Assembly. Membership is limited to 250 individuals.

Nighat Amin
Belgium
Dragana Avramov
Belgium
F. W. G. Baker
France
Michel Bauwens
Thailand
Yves Beigbeder
France
Michael Boddington
Laos
Marc Bontemps
Belgium
Anne-Marie Boutin
France
Marcus Bussey
Australia
Rolf Carrière
France
Tim Casswell
United Kingdom
Caterina Casullo
France
Inga Clausen
Germany
Robert Cliquet
Belgium
Alessandro Cortese
Italy / France
Mariarosa Cutillo
Italy
Giang Dang Huong
Vietnam
Ghislaine de Coninck
Belgium
Bas de Leeuw
Switzerland
Jacques de Mévius
Belgium
André De Schutter
Belgium
Dianne Dillon-Ridgley
United States
Christy Duijvelaar
Netherlands
Esperanza Duran
Switzerland
Peter Ellyard
Australia
Barbara Evaeus
Sweden
Zinaida Fadeeva
Austria
Jose Furtado
United Kingdom
Thérèse Gastaut
Switzerland
Thierry Gaudin
France
Thomas Getzen
USA
Jerome Glenn
United States
Maja Göpel
Belgium
Arundhuti Gupta
India
Peter Hajnal
Canada
Barbara Welling Hall
USA
Gwendolyn Hallsmith
United States
Wolfgang Hoeschele
USA
Eleanor Huddle
United States
Seya Immonen
Belgium
Aïssata Kane
Mauritania
Declan Kennedy
Germany
Ashok Khosla
India
Peter Koenig
Switzerland
Andras Laszlo
Belgium
Jennifer La Trobe
United Kingdom
Frans Lenglet
Sweden
Bernard Lietaer
Belgium
Marc Luyckx
Belgium
Georges Malempré
Austria
Rama Mani
United Kingdom
Raymonde Martineau
Canada
Roland Mayerl
Belgum
Nadia McLaren
Australia
Marilyn Mehlmann
Sweden
Peter Mettler
Germany
Bernard Miche
Belgium
M. J. C. H. Molenaar
Netherlands
Yves Moreau
Belgium
Servane Mouazan
France
Bob Munro
Kenya
Thiyagu Nagaraj
India
Jackie Nebel
United Kingdom
Turkia Ould Daddah
Mauritania
Octavio Peralta
Philippines
Olena Pometun
Ukraine
W Boyd Rayward
United States
Rolf Reinhardt
Germany
Donna Reitano
United States / France
Cyril Ritchie
Switzerland
Daphné Romy
Switzerland
Elena Santer
Sweden
Acarya Shambhushivananda Avadhuta
Sweden
Paul Sommerfeld
United Kingdom
Gillian Martin Sorensen
United States
Joanna Swanger
USA
Gianni Tibaldi
Italy
Turan Ünak
Turkey
Simone Van Beek
Netherlands
Théo Van Brabant
Canada
Daniel Van Espen
Belgium
Danièle Vranken
Belgium
Judy Wickens
Belgium
Marisha Wojciechowska-Shibuya
Thailand
Patrick Worms
Belgium
Caroline Zeller
Belgium