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Meet our full members
Meet our associate members
What it means to be a Full or Associate Member
We rely heavily upon the contributions of our Full and Associate Membership for our success. The broad range of experience and expertise within the membership allows us to produce tools and analyses relevant and accessible to the humanitarian sector as a whole.
We recognise that the organisations working in the humanitarian sector are diverse, and seek to reflect this diversity in our membership, which is made up of six different constituencies:
- Donor organisations
- The Red Cross/Crescent movement
- UN agencies
- Non-governmental organisations and NGO network/umbrella organisations
- Research organisations, academics and independent experts
- Private sector.
Most Full/Associate Members are organisations and nominate a representative to be the point of contact between the organisation and ALNAP. The representative is expected to attend the ALNAP meetings and to promote ALNAP and its activities within his or her organisation.
Entitlements of Full and Associate Members
- an invitation to full Annual Meetings (including the Members Day) and discounted attendance fees
- in exceptional circumstances the entire membership may be asked to vote on a specific matter
- a vote in elections for representatives from their constituency to the Steering Committee (Full Members only)
- a voice in identifying and prioritising ALNAP’s strategic direction and activities
- depending on availability, ALNAP staff will attend Full/Associate Members’ learning events to present and host discussions on topics covered in recent ALNAP work
- free copies of each State of the Humanitarian System report
- free copies of other ALNAP publications
- full access to documentation on the Humanitarian Evaluation and Learning Portal (HELP).
Further details on the role and responsibility of Full and Associate Members and their representatives can be found in ALNAP Governance, Management and Membership.