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Promoting action to build resilient and sustainable island communities


Why Join The Partnership

The Global Island Partnership is a voluntary and inclusive partnership of island champions - countries and organisations - who inspire and support each other to take action and produce results for island communities. GLISPA members benefit from being able to:

  • Leverage the Partnership’s strong network of political leaders (heads of state, ministers, governors, ambassadors) who act as champions to leverage financial, political, and institutional support for island action.

  • Connect and collaborate with partners from across political jurisdictions to support the implementation of commitments, the scaling of solutions, and to track progress in relation to the SDGs.

  • Strategize with other members and partners to strategically frame island issues and show how islands can provide scalable solutions to global challenges.

  • Incubate, launch and strengthen high-impact initiatives to move forward mutual priorities.

Current Members Membership Application Form Impact Dashboard Case Study Deck

Types of Membership

We have three membership categories:

  • Council Member: contributes member fee of $5,000 to $25,000+ annually and are invited to Council and Member meetings as well as high level events.

  • Affiliate Member: available to new participants or those without capacity to contribute the full membership amount. Affiliate members contribute $500 - $4,999 and are invited to Members meetings at international forums.

  • Friends of GLISPA: contribute no fees but participate in achieving GLISPA 2030 Strategy.

Membership Types Explained

Council Members

  • Council Member are closely involved in strategy, goal and priority setting of the Partnership (including invited to Council meetings and strategy sessions)

  • Recognized during events coordinated by the Partnership as well as on communications materials and websites

  • Invited to Partnership events (including high level events)

  • Encouraged to include the GLISPA logo on their website as a strategic partners

Affiliate Members

The reduced fee for affiliate members (USD500 to 4,999) has been introduced to ensure the Partnership is accessible to entities that do not have capacity to pay the full membership fee or are newly engaged in the Partnership and getting a feel for how we work and the value of the partnership. Affiliate Members will meet the “Member Criteria” as well as recognize that after participating for more than one year that they will consider moving toward full membership.

Friends of GLISPA

Friends of GLISPA has been introduced to recognise the valuable contribution of entities that actively participate in strategy implementation e.g. working groups, event support and coordination, strategy advice and planning. Friends of GLISPA will meet the “Members Criteria” excluding point 2 in obligation to contribute financially to the partnership. All friends and members of GLISPA are encouraged to support the overall growth and sustainability of the partnership.

Membership and Benefits

Member Type

Annual Fee

Council Member

Invited members meetings

Invited High Level Events

Chair Initiative Groups

Participate in Working Groups

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Affiliate Member*



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*Board Chair may invite Affiliate Members and Friends to events if strategically relevant.


Apply for Membership


The Global Island Partnership welcomes any interested individual, country or organization interested in supporting its mission to apply for membership. To apply, prospective members (Council Members, Affiliate Members or Friends) should complete a Membership Application Form.

Your application will be reviewed by the Board against the following criteria:

  • Your country/organization shares and supports the Partnership's mission to build resilient and sustainable island communities

  • Your country/organization will be a champion of the Partnership and its mission

  • Your country/organization adds to the Partnership’s credibility

The full membership criteria is on the last page of the Membership Application Form. Your completed application form can be submitted online via the Membership Application Form or downloaded and emailed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Since its launch in 2006, the Partnership has engaged high-level leaders to catalyze US$150 million for island action and assisted 30+ countries to launch or strengthen major sustainable island commitments such as the Aloha+ Challenge and Micronesia Challenge. More than 25 members and 50 entities strategize and collaborate through the Partnership annually to achieve the 2030 Strategy. Impact Dashboard:

Thank you for the generous support of our

2018 Members and Friends

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