Who can become a member of APRI?
Any natural or legal person whose professional activity consists on translating to the public and institutional administrations any relevant information in an ethical and transparent way about an industry, activity or group, and who is willing to fulfill the Code of Conduct of the Association.
In order to become a member of APRI, you simply have to professionaly practice the institutional relations or public affairs. The incorporation application will be evaluated by the Admission Committee of APRI and, once accepted and after signing the Code of Conduct and paying off the fees, you will be introduced to the other members.
Any professional or organization who wants to become a member must perform lobbying, representation of interests, public affairs or institutional relations, understanding it as the function of transfering legitimate interests to the public administrations in general and, specifically, to the legislative and executive powers at an European, State, Autonomous and local level.
Until 2018, only natural people were part of the Asociación de Profesionales de las Relaciones Institucionales (APRI) but, after the modification of the Articles, the representation was expanded to entities with a legal personality that execute said function, specially those organizations linked to public affairs, lobbying, representation of interests or institutional relations.
Fee for natural persons:
Fee for legal entities:
- between 1 and 5 persons from your organization working in the field of Institutional Relations or Public Affairs: 1000 euros/year
- between 6 and 10 persons from your organization working in the field of Institutional Relations or Public Affairs: 2000 euros/year
- more than 10 persons from your organization working in the field of Institutional Relations or Public Affairs: 2500 euros/year
Fee for non-profit entities pursuing general interests
Do you want to become a member of APRI? Apply for a partnership by filling in the registration form
Your application will be evaluated by the Admission Committee of APRI, and once the application is accepted, after the payment of an annual fee, we will proceed to introduce you to the rest of the members in the weekly newsletter of APRI.
Without further ado, we remain at your disposal for any additional clarification you may require.