There are two categories of members of IDEA:
1. Organisational Members
2. Indivisual Members
Each individual is entitled to one vote at the GCM.
IDEA recognizes Student/ Young Professional Membership, ages 18-26 (with appropriate verification) as a subgroup of individual membership.
Membership Application Procedure
When you decide to apply for membership, please select the appropriate category, fill out the appropriate application form and send your CV or info about your organisation, or individual CV, depending on the type of membership you are applying, to: IDEA Secretary Alexandra Espiridiao (firstname.lastname@example.org) and IDEA Administrator Borisav Matic (email@example.com).
Upon the approval of your membership by the IDEA Board, you will receive the membership confirmation and further instructions.
Responsibilities of IDEA to its members
The Executive Committee of IDEA is committed to actively support its members in the development of projects, curricula, the exchange of ideas and resources, and the protection and affirmation of its members’ cultural and educational human rights. To this end, IDEA will offer or facilitate all available expertise as a consultancy service, and make available its stamp of international approval to members that fulfill our project criteria and can demonstrate our standards of preparation and evaluation.
IDEA opposes discrimination on the basis of race, colour, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age or ability. Members admitted to IDEA agree to these rights and their practice will act to support them.
All members have the right to be elected to the executive bodies of IDEA, or to join one of IDEA’s working committees and in this way participate and contribute to the life and activities of IDEA.
IDEA expects organisational members to:
Annual Membership Fees