The following organizations are association members of IAPSS according to the revised association membership model passed at the May 2020 IAPSS General Assembly. If your association needs to transition to the new association membership model or would like to join IAPSS, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
IAPSS currently enjoys partnerships with the following organizations:
Advent Group (Access MBA and Access Masters)
Operating across the globe, Advent Group is a worldwide leader in in-person and online One-to-One education events and marketing solutions for the higher education sector. The group organises over 220 events in 61 countries for over 80,000 prospective MBA, EMBA and Masters applicants each year. A strong international media network with highly-targeted websites, AI-powered orientation platforms, and specialised publications, Advent Group also provides instructive resources for future students and strategic marketing solutions for education providers. Boutique executive education and corporate learning community events connect business education and Learning and Development (L&D) leaders.
Algoma University Students’ Union (AUSU)
The Algoma University Students’ Union (AUSU) is a not-for-profit corporation committed to ensuring that students’ university experience is fulfilling and enjoyable. AUSU exists to provide students representation and a variety of services to build a stronger Algoma University community. AUSU is an organization run by students for students, and works to ensure that students’ voices are recognized.
Art Beyond Sight
Art Beyond Sight (ABS) a 501(c)(3) organization supports access and inclusion to arts and culture, recreation, sports, and entertainment, for people with any physical or cognitive disability, or mental health condition. Their service to the NYC community informs the resources, training, and personalized advice provided to the nation for the full integration of people with disabilities.
ASEAN Youth Organization
ASEAN Youth Organization (AOY) aspires for a world where youths exhibit a heightened interest in ASEAN through activities that empower youth, engage communities to instill and implement ideas that enable positive sustainable change. AOY has 16 chapters and networks across the globe.
Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)
ASEF is an intergovernmental not-for-profit organization that brings together the peoples of Asia and Europe to address common global challenges by: advancing mutual understanding and collaboration between the people of Asia and Europe through opportunities that enable an exchange of ideas; acting as the civil society outreach of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM), and works as a platform for Asia-Europe dialogue to stimulate permanent networks that reinforce Asia-Europe bi-regional relations; acting as an interface between civil society and ASEM governments and consequently contributes to the ASEM process by generating unique recommendations for officials’ consideration
Asian Law Students’ Association
Formally established in 2002, the association is a merger between the previous ASEAN law students association, as well as the East Asian law students association, which were two student bodies that had similar goals of fostering stronger ties and greater understanding of the different legal systems among its member Asian countries. Recognizing their common goals, as well as the ever-increasing onset of globalization in the region, these two associations signed an agreement in 2002, thus forming ALSA into the organization that is known to be today. Reaching over 9,000 members in over 17 jurisdictions, it has become the premier representative body of law students in Asia.
Canadian Political Science Student Association (CPSSA)
The Canadian Political Science Students’ Association (CPSSA/AÉSPC) is an organization run by students studying political science at the undergraduate level. Every year, the CPSSA holds a conference that allows students from coast to coast to come together to share knowledge and perspectives on themes within the discipline of political science.
Disability Unite strives for the full inclusiveness of the diverse disability community to enable community mobilization and a singular voice. Disability Unite brings people together from communities all around the world. As the largest minority, it is intersectional and in every segment of society and every nation across the globe. The message of Disability Unite: People with Disabilities are proud, we’re loud and we’ll work together to make ourselves known.
European Academy of Diplomacy (EAD)
The European Academy of Diplomacy (EAD) is the first non-governmental, non-for-profit diplomatic academy in Europe, with a mission of shaping, sharpening, and inspiring a new generation of enlightened international leaders. Since its inception in 2004 and with over 3000 graduates from more than 95 countries, EAD offers the highest quality tailor-made programs at graduate, post-graduate, and executive levels. Renowned for its teaching methods, international faculty, and distinguished speakers, the EAD prepares diplomats, civil servants, political and social leaders, as well as representatives of businesses, academia, and the non-governmental sector for the challenges of a globalizing and ever-changing world.
Global Campus of Human Rights
The Global Campus of Human Rights is an interdisciplinary center of excellence supported by the EU. The organization strives to promote human rights and democratization through higher education, specialized training programs, research, and outreach. Their work happens worldwide through the broad network of member universities.
The Global Campus of Human Rights has a presence in seven regions of the world: Africa, Arab World, Asia-Pacific, Caucasus, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean, Southeast Europe. The regional headquarters in Pretoria, Beirut, Bangkok, Yerevan, Buenos Aires, Sarajevo/Bologna, and are coordinated by the main office in Venice, Italy.
Global Policy Insights (GPI)
Global Policy Insights (GPI) is a centrist policy institute with a vision to equip governments, policymakers, NGOs, and diverse actors within the sphere of international development with the tools required to nurture good governance practices and promote sustainable development. In the presence of a rapidly evolving international political economy, it is crucial for these actors to navigate through dynamic circumstances and adopt comprehensive strategies to stimulate and catalyze inclusive socio-economic growth through local, regional, national and global perspectives. Thus, GPI partners with and serves governments, universities, local and multinational communities, and corporates throughout the world to deliver innovative unions of research, advisory, design, deliberative inquiry, and consulting services.
International Political Science Association (IPSA)
IPSA was founded in Paris in 1949 under the aegis of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). The special mandate of IPSA, expressed in its Constitution, is to support the development of political science in all parts of the world, building academic networks linking East and West, North and South. Its aim is to create an inclusive and global political science community in which all can participate. It seeks to promote collaboration between scholars in emerging and established democracies and to support the academic freedoms needed for the social sciences to flourish. The activities and policies of IPSA reflect its global mission. It has been highly successful in the encouragement of national political science associations and today there are over 58 such associations affiliated with IPSA.
IAPSS is a long-term partner of IPSA and has a joint membership signup agreement with the organization.
International Studies Association (ISA)
The International Studies Association is one of the oldest interdisciplinary associations dedicated to understanding international, transnational, and global affairs. Founded in 1959, its more than 7,000 members span the globe – comprising academics, practitioners, policy experts, private-sector workers, and independent researchers, among others. The Association has long served as a central hub for the exchange of ideas and for networking and programmatic initiatives among those involved in the study, teaching, and practice of International Studies. Through its highly attended Annual Convention and regional/international conferences, as well as its respected journals and the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies, the Association promotes rigorous discussion, research, and writing on a broad range of topics within International Studies, broadly construed. ISA also offers various funding, bridging, and mentoring opportunities that facilitate the development of new ideas, relationships, and skillsets. These opportunities provide a space for underrepresented groups, early career scholars, and other professionals to grow in the field.
Leading Women of Tomorrow (LWT)
Leading Women of Tomorrow strives to equip more undergraduate women with the skills, resources, and confidence to become advocates in their professional fields, with the goal of creating a broader network of change-makers in the next generation. For their vision, Leading Women of Tomorrow was awarded the Resolution Fellowship at the 2017 United Nations Youth Assembly. LWT works with leaders from campuses across the country to develop innovative programming, ranging from speaker series with world-renowned experts to engaging thematic workshops. Since its inception, LET has been committed to fostering a spirit of ingenuity among our members.
National Model Organization of Islamic Cooperation Pakistan
Organized by ICYF-DC MOIC is defined as “An authentic simulation of the OIC Summit or Council of Foreign Ministers, or any other multilateral body, which catapults students into the world of diplomacy and negotiation. In Model OIC, students step into the shoes of Ambassadors/Ministers/Presidents of OIC Member States to debate current issues on the Organization’s vast agenda. The students, better known as “delegates” in Model OIC, prepare draft resolutions, plot strategy, negotiate with supporters and adversaries, resolve conflicts, and navigate the OIC’s rules of procedure-all in the interest of mobilizing “international cooperation” to resolve problems that affect almost every country on Earth.”
Politico’s EU Studies & Career Fair
POLITICO’s EU Studies & Career Fair is the annual meeting place for universities and organizations to engage with international students and young professionals looking for a future in EU affairs, international relations, political sciences, business, economics, public policy, public affairs, and law. Taking place online via a bespoke interactive platform, the fair is the largest recruiting event in EU affairs in Europe.
Pressto is the first writing and micro-journalism platform for Kindergarten through High School. Pressto teaches students across the globe to communicate more clearly, to process and interpret information, and reduce their risk of depression and self-harm from social media. Pressto is built for accessibility. Their cognitive behavioral therapy teaches critical thinking and media, communication, and life skills. Pressto leaves young people less susceptible to the manipulations of social media.
The Peterloo Institute
Manchester’s first student-run think tank, Peterloo Institute is proud to provide an inclusive and diverse policymaking platform. By engaging with a range of opinions, Peterloo Institute is educating and informing both themselves and others. But this isn’t just an academic exercise – the Institute participates in the policy world, builds partnerships at all levels, and provides real solutions to issues across Greater Manchester. The Institute harnesses the drive and determination of students to build on the brilliant heritage of this place and its people, all because we think the great policy is the best path to progress.
The World is Watching
The World Is Watching is a global coalition demanding concrete actions to end police brutality and systemic racism in the US. The organization unites leaders, foreign and domestic professionals, organizations, grassroots activists, and allies. Amidst the largest civil rights movement in history, The World is Watching is strategically mobilizing the global community in the fight for justice.
The World with MNR
The World With MNR is dedicated to taking action for climate justice, gender equality, and inclusivity through advocacy, storytelling, and development projects. The World with MNR runs a variety of projects and activities such as the podcast “The Whole Wide World”, the weekly Instagram Campaign “Digitivism”, the Instagram show “Les Incroyables”, project “Girls’ Education in Pakistan”, and others.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations, established on 16 November 1945. Its stated purpose is to contribute to peace security by promoting international collaboration through education, science, and culture in order to further universal respect for justice, the rule of law, and human rights along with fundamental freedoms proclaimed in the UN Charter. IAPSS holds Consultative Status with UNESCO.
Women in Foreign Policy
The mission of Women in Foreign Policy is to achieve a foreign policy workforce fully representative of contemporary society by providing women with the support and access they need for a successful career in the field. Since its inception in 2014, Women of Foreign Policy has reached over 100,000 women across the globe. The organization’s community is making global strides in foreign policy, acing interviews using advice from interviewees, building their personal network during the sold-out events, or applying to their dream jobs they could only find in the community’s newsletter.
Endorsements, memberships, and other agreements
IAPSS supports a number of advocacy campaigns, has a membership status in different coalitions, and maintains other special agreements.