“As the Argentine Network of Science Journalists, we want to communicate with other science journalism associations around the world. The WFSJ provides fellowships, scholarships, and additional opportunities to meet and learn.”
Argentine Network of Science Journalists
Interested in becoming a member association?
Please complete our Membership Application Form and return it to the email address indicated below with your charter or incorporation document.
Science journalist Barbara Drillsma has written an interesting article on setting up your own science journalists’ association. Download the full article here.
Do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions about setting up your science journalists’ association or about becoming a member of the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ), by sending an email to email@example.com.
The WFSJ accepts organizations that represent science journalists. Organizations can act at the city, provincial, state, regional, national, or international level.
Key criteria are that the organization:
- Represents science journalists
- Elects its governing body
- Holds regular meetings of its governing body
- Has a constitution
Organizations that do not fulfil the above criteria but that wish to join the WFSJ can do so by applying to be an Associate Member of the WFSJ.
The annual membership fee is currently set at US$ 1 per member in your association on 31 January of each year, up to a maximum of US$ 300.
In the case of newly formed associations, the Board of Directors of the WFSJ can decide to waive your membership fee for the first year.
You can process payment of your membership fee here.
Apply for membership
- Your charter or incorporation document
- Minutes of the latest members’ general meeting or board meeting