CASID offers individual memberships to anybody working in or studying international development across the world.
As a individual member of CASID you will be able to:
Attend an annual conference (as part of the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities) to discuss and debate development;
Attend cross-Canada tours of distinguished development specialists;
Facilitate networking among students, academics, researchers and policymakers involved in international development, through our e-mail listserv (CASID-L);
Receive a limited number of travel grants - to assist graduate students and others to participate in the annual conference;
Receive the Canadian Journal of Development Studies (CJDS) – a journal for development scholars and practitioners, edited at Simon Fraser University (English) and Université de Sherbrooke (French).
There are many other benefits to holding membership in CASID. We hope you will consider joining us in working to make international development studies in Canada a vibrant and exciting discipline.
Select universities, colleges and international development organizations in Canada are CASID Institutional Members. Students of academic institutional members qualify for a reduced membership rate, so check the list below to see if your university or college is listed!
If you would like to learn more about the benefits of institutional membership, visit this page.