UIA Associations Round Table Brussels, 2022

Frequent Questions


How much does it cost?
The registration fees are:
• for delegates from international associations: 70.00 euro, plus 21% VAT
• for UIA Associate Members: 429.00 euro / 529.00 euro after 20 April 2022, plus 21% VAT
• for industry delegates: 586.00 euro / 736.00 euro after 20 April 2022, plus 21% VAT

What is included in the registration fee?

All activities listed under “Programme” are included for delegates from associations, for Associate Members and for delegates from industry: The Round Table sessions, the coffee breaks, the lunch, the cocktail reception

Thanks to the generous support of our partner visit brussels, and thanks to our sponsors, we are able to offer a high-level educational programme for a low fee. All other elements of the programme are complimentary. Delegates are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements and expenses. See “Getting there” and “Staying overnight” for suggestions.

How can I pay the registration fee?

Payment in advance is required. The registration site offers two payment methods: bank transfer and credit card.

How do I register?

Click on the “Register” tab and select your registration category.

What is the deadline for registration?

We accept online registrations until 19 May.

Is there financial support?

We regret UIA is unable to assist with travel and accommodation expenses as we are ourselves a small, self-funded research institute. We are able to keep the registration fee low for delegates from associations thanks to the assistance of our partners and of our sponsors. Some associations have received assistance for this or similar conferences from their national or regional tourist boards or chamber of commerce, where there is a programme to support the work of international associations. If requesting assistance from a convention bureau or chamber of commerce, you can perhaps underline the networking and promotional opportunities of attending an international associations conference: you will meet representatives of international associations from around the world and can tell them about the benefits of operating an association in your city, or of holding an association event in your city. For a list of organizations which have sent representatives to past Round Tables, click here.

What is the cancellation policy?

For cancellations received by 1 April 2022 the amount will be refunded with a deduction of 30%.
No refund will be processed for cancellations received after 1 April 2022.
We advise you to consider the risk of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and associated government measures.


What are the current Covid regulations in Brussels?
Protocols related to Covid-19 are changing rapidly. Please consult the city of Brussels 'corona barometer' for current information regarding the situation in the city of Brussels.

Covid-19 Information for Brussels


What are the topics?
See the page “Programme” for an overview of the programme, and the page “Speakers” for descriptions of sessions and biographies of the speakers.

What is the format?

The format is in person. You will meet with experts as speakers, and there will be experts in the room listening: you! In the presentations and the workshops, the speakers will tell us about challenges they are facing in their association and how they are dealing with it. In the workshop break-out rooms you can discuss with the speaker and with all your peers in the room.


How do I get to Brussels?
Delegates are responsible for their own travel arrangements and expenses. See the page “Getting there” for useful information.

Where can I stay in Brussels?

Delegates are responsible for their own hotel arrangements and expenses. See the page “Staying overnight” for suggestions.

Where is the Round Table?

In the Marriot Grand Place

What is the dress code?

Delegates are asked to dress for business.

What else is there in Brussels?

See the page “About Brussels” for suggestions.


Who attends the UIA Round Table?
We expect about 200 participants, mostly representatives of international not-for-profit associations. For a list of organizations which have sent representatives to past Round Tables, click here.

About the UIA
UIA - Union of International Associations - is a research institute founded in 1907 to promote and document the work of international associations. Its primary task is the collection and dissemination of information on international associations, fulfilled largely by its Global Civil Society Database, the basis of its two main publications: the Yearbook of International Organizations and the International Congress Calendar.

International organizations are described in the Yearbook of International Associations. With absolutely no charge, fee, or obligation. This is what we do, and what we have been doing for over 100 years.

The Yearbook of International Associations is used mostly by international associations wishing to contact other associations active in their field, by academics studying global civil society, and by governmental offices (usually the tourist boards) wishing to be informed of international association activity in their area.

The UIA also promotes the work of international associations by organizing educational activities, such as the Round Table.