Organisation membership

Members joining in November or December will be registered for the year but only be charged membership fees from the following year onwards.

Non-profit making organisations such as associations, charitable trusts, public sector bodies, university departments, museums, zoos, botanical gardens, etc. can become organisation members.

Organisation members benefit from:

  • Networking opportunities with professionals from more than 40 countries
  • Information through IE newsmails, newsletters and conference proceedings
  • Significantly reduced fees for up to two representatives at IE conferences
  • The right to vote at the IE General Assembly or whenever a ballot is held

Discounts for IE annual conferences can be claimed for up to two representatives at a single address, either members of staff or volunteers. You may choose which individuals you wish to attend Interpret Europe events at discounted membership rates.

Membership fees respect different average levels of income in different countries. Organisation members pay the following annual fee in their country of residence listed below the respective amount:

 €50€100€150€200
European countriesAlbania
Belarus
Bosnia and
 Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Kosovo
Macedonia
Moldova
Montenegro
Serbia
Ukraine
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech
 Republic
Estonia
Greece
Hungary
Latvia Lithuania
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Slovakia
Slovenia
Belgium
Finland
France
Italy
Malta
Spain
United
 Kingdom
Austria
Denmark
Germany
Iceland
Ireland
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Sweden
Switzerland
Countries with
IE members from
outside Europe
Colombia
Costa Rica
Egypt
Mexico
Philippines
Turkey
Zimbabwe
IsraelAustralia
Canada
New
 Zealand
Puerto Rico
United
 States
 of America

 

If you like to join us and your country is not listed above, please contact mail@interpret-europe.net.

Whenever possible, please use a SEPA direct debit mandate to pay your membership fee.

Online application form for organisation membership
Direct debit mandate

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