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Here are the membership benefits:
This is the section from the WAS Statutes that Explains the membership application process:
Any national or international sexological society, association or institute may request admission to the World Association for Sexual Health. A sexological society, association or institute is a properly constituted organization concerned with sexuality, whether it is research, education, diagnosis and/or therapy, sexual health or sexual rights promotion.
International Organizations, National Organizations and Professional Institutes may apply for membership of WAS.
The application should be completed and submitted through the WAS Website and must include:
After hearing the advice of the Executive and the Advisory Committees, the General Assembly, at the beginning of its ordinary meeting, will decide on admission of the applicant societies, associations, institutes or groups to WAS. Those applicants who are admitted are invited to attend the General Assembly. Between General Assemblies, the Executive Committee is permitted to grant provisional member status to an applicant member as long as all proper documentation has been received and reviewed. Final acceptance or rejection of membership is made by the next General Assembly.
|NUMBER OF MEMBERS||ANNUAL FEE (USD)|
|1 — 100||165.00|
|400 — 699||450.00|
|700 — 999||590.00|
|1000 — 1999||750.00|
An individual may apply for individual supporting membership of WAS. The application should be completed and submitted through the WAS Website and must include:
The application will be reviewed by the WAS administrator and all applicants who meet all the requirements, including a professional qualification and/or registration, will be granted provisional membership. All other applications will be forwarded to the Membership Committee who will review the application and grant provisional membership if all requirements have been met. All provisional members and rejected members will be brought before the Advisory Committee and reviewed.
All provisional members will also be made known to the other members of WAS. Provisional Membership might be withdrawn in cases where the Advisory Committee or other members object. Rejected members will have the right to appeal to the General Assembly. Final acceptance or rejection of membership is made by the next General Assembly. Individual supporting members do not have a vote in the General Assembly.