Membership is open to any individual who is in sympathy with IDEA’s approach to development issues. Benefits of membership include:
- One-year subscription, paper copy only, Journal of Global Ethics (saving of 66% from the regular subscription price for South and student members and 33% for others)
- Email subscription to IDEA Occasional Newsletters (approximately 3 per year)
- Eligibility to present at IDEA conferences
- Solidarity with those holding common concern (priceless!)
”South” Members (and all student, unemployed, or retired): USD 40
”North” Members (employed): USD 75
The IDEA Bylaws also afford a “contributing membership” status: those who are not in a position to pay dues may become contributing members with all the same rights as dues-paying members, though subscription to the Journal of Global Ethics cannot be included in this membership. If you wish to be considered as a contributing member, please email your request for inclusion to the organization’s secretary, Anna Malavisi, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To join IDEA online, go to the Philosophy Documentation Center website at https://www.pdcnet.org/idea
Alternatively, you may send a cheque or money order in the appropriate US Dollar amount (see below for rates) to: Philosophy Documentation Center, PO Box 7147, Charlottesville VA 22906-7147, USA.
Please include a mailing address and an email address, and an indication of this notice, explaining that funds are intended for International Development Ethics Association Membership.
Are you already a member? If you have been a member, you should at some point have received an email indicating IDEA membership from an email address that ends ‘@pdcnet.org’. To determine whether your membership is current, please search your email for a recent message from email@example.com (following the link found there should tell you whether your membership is current). If details remain unclear, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Help with registering for International Development Ethics Association membership”.