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How to Become a Member

How to Become a Member

Committed individuals and institutions with experience in the fields of heritage conservation and heritage education and with appropriate qualifications are always welcome as members.
 
In accordance with the statutes of ICOMOS Germany, the Board of ICOMOS Germany decides on the admission of new members. Membership is acquired upon written application. For this purpose, the application form below must be completed and sent to the office of ICOMOS Germany (Brüderstraße 13, 10178 Berlin) or emailed (icomos@icomos.de). The application must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation from members of ICOMOS Germany, a signed commitment to accept the Ethical Principles of ICOMOS International and the agreement that the application data can be passed on to ICOMOS International.
The membership fee is currently € 90 for individual members and € 350 for institutional members.
 
Young/Emerging Professionals
We also welcome young/emerging professionals whose initial professional experience we value and whom ICOMOS wishes to provide a platform for networking with experts in their field. 
Young/Emerging Professionals have full membership rights and pay a reduced membership fee until the age of 29, which is 50 % of the regular fee in accordance with Article 6-b of the Statutes of ICOMOS International. Students at a college/university who are majoring in a heritage discipline, such as conservation/restoration, building research, art history, archaeology, architecture, World Heritage Studies or similar, are also eligible for membership of ICOMOS as Young/Emerging Professionals.
 
Anyone interested in becoming a member of ICOMOS Germany is very welcome to contact our office for advice on how to apply.
 

You can download information here about how to become a member (statutes, application form, etc).:

Application form for individual members
Application form for institutional members
Ethische Grundsätze 2014
Ethical Principles 2014
ICOMOS Flyer
ICOMOS Germany Statutes (in German)

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