Membership

We invite you to become a member of the Design Justice Network! We offer both individual and organizational membership.

How to become a Member

To become a member, you (or your organization) must:

  1. Sign on to the Design Justice Network Principles;

  2. Pay a sliding scale membership fee, and/or agree to provide equivalent (volunteer or in-kind) services to the Design Justice Network (for example, by joining a Working Group).

Membership Fees

  • Individual membership fees (and/or equivalent volunteer or in-kind services) are suggested $5-100 per year, sliding scale.

  • Organizational membership fees (and/or equivalent volunteer or in-kind services) are suggested $50-500, sliding scale.

  • If you or your organization are able to pay more than $500/yr for membership, please contact the DJN Steering Committee to discuss.

New members are currently free to choose whatever amount they feel is best. In the future, we may create a more structured fee table based on income levels, taking local currency values or other factors into account.

Membership Benefits

Current membership benefits include:

  • Access to the Design Justice Network Discussion List and Slack, where we circulate job opportunities, plan the development of new resources, coordinate events, and build community;

  • Early access to new Design Justice Zines, toolkits, and other materials produced by the network;

  • Discounts on all Zines, Posters, T-Shirts, and other DJN products;

  • Invitations to all DJN workshops, events, and Network Gatherings;

  • The ability to organize a new Design Justice Working Group or Local Node;

  • What else would you like to see? We're open to suggestions :)

Ready to join? Click the button below to pay your membership fee:

Note: Your sliding scale membership fee will be processed as a tax-deductible donation to Allied Media Projects, the 501(c)3 that is our fiscal sponsor. The DJN Steering Committee reserves the right to revoke the membership of any individual or organization that is found to be violating the DJN Principles.