Consortium for Comparative Research on Regional Integration and Social Cohesion (RISC) Individual Memberships
The RISC Consortium has engaged scholars and practitioners in comparative, cross-regional dialogues on the human and environmental impacts of regional integration processes since 2007. Through its activities, it has fostered cross-regional dialogue on social cohesion and promoted cohesion amongst socially conscious members in different world regions. Multilingual (English, Spanish, French) and interdisciplinary in nature, the consortium facilitates exchanges and reinforces its commitments to core values including mutual respect, solidarity and sustainable development. More than an association, RISC has established a consolidated community of members dedicated to this vision. Starting 2018, RISC is pleased to announce that it is opening memberships to individuals.
Benefits of Membership
When you join the RISC, you become part of an active community of socially conscious scholars and practitioners dedicated to inter-regional dialogue on social and environment issues. In addition to rewarding interaction with like-minded colleagues from different world regions, as a RISC member, you receive the following benefits:
Participation in RISC international conferences and doctoral/postdoctoral schools without payment of registration fee upon acceptance of a presentation proposal (non-RISC members pay registration fees at these events).
Accommodation during international conferences and doctoral/postdoctoral schools upon acceptance of a presentation proposal (non-RISC members are responsible for their own accommodation at these events).
Eligibility for travel funding to participate in RISC working group seminars/workshops
Eligibility for research travel grants, including young scholar mobility grants and professorial exchange grants.
Eligibility for funding to organize writers’ workshops.
Access to past issues and the most current issue of Regions & Cohesion, an emerging SCOPUS- indexed journal published by the Berghahn Journals three times a year (subscription included in membership).
Discounts on volumes from RISC’s book series Regional Integration and Social Cohesion, published by PIE-Peter Lang.
Access to RISC Working Groups
JOIN RISC NOW (Fees paid for a calendar year based on the following membership options)
Regular Membership: 60 euros
Student Membership: 40 euros
Membership for Unemployed: 40 euros
Membership from Associated Organizations: 40 euros