There are many benefits of being an ALARA member. These benefits include opportunities to access past, current and future issues of the ALAR Journal, be mentored through the publication process (if you elect to seek this support and a mentor is available), receive discounts to ALARA-run Conferences and events, and access to the membership base of ALARA.
There are several levels of membership, depending on your primary country of residence and your life circumstances, based on the World Bank's list of countries.
Developing (Ave Income < USD 4,125)
Emerging (Ave Income between USD 4,126 and 12,735)
Complete the Application form and submit your application
Click on the Subscriptions tab (towards the right end of the row of tabs near the top of your screen), and pay the appropriate amount of membership fee.
(Amounts are in Australian Dollars - please use a suitable Currency Converter (such as XE Currency Converter) to convert to your local currency.)
Please note: You must both complete the Application form and pay the subscription to join ALARA.
If you would like to know more about the benefits of membership, click on the Subscriptions tab for a description of the types of membership. The times mentioned on the Subscriptions page are related to Western Europe, where GroupSpaces originates.
If you are not sure whether to join, we offer a "Temporary Access" membership, which allows you to try our site for a small fee. More information about this type of membership is at the end of the Subscriptions page.
If your organisation wishes to join ALARA, there are five types of Organisational Membership:
Corporate membership (more than 200 staff)
Professional membership (allied professional organisation)
SME membership (between 10 and 200 staff)
Micro-organisation membership (10 or less employees)
Affiliate membership (peer professional AL and AR networks and associations)