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 How to become a member

Most ICOMOS members belong to the ICOMOS National Committee within their country. Where there is no National Committee in a country, members can belong to a Transnational Committee if one exists, or can belong to the International organisation directly through its headquarters in Paris.

If you wish to become a member of ICOMOS, you should therefore submit a membership application to your National Committee or Transnational Committee if one exists.

If there is no National or Transnational Committee in your country, you can apply to join ICOMOS through the ICOMOS International Secretariat.

If your application for membership is rejected, or you receive no response to your application, you can appeal directly to the ICOMOS International Board. The appeal procedure is set out in Articles 18 and 86 of the Rules of Procedure.


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