Annual Fee: 3’000 CHF (Swiss francs*)
This category of membership is available to organisations that are substantially engaged in cancer control, support UICC’s objectives and have appropriate organisational structures.
Annual Fee: 1’500 CHF (Swiss francs*)
This category of membership is available to organisations, networks or entities that support UICC’s objectives.
*Organisations from low- and middle-income countries may apply for a reduction. UICC uses the World Bank classification of economies as a reference to grant discounts on annual membership fees.
Support organisation from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs)** to become members by adding CHF 500 (Swiss francs) to your annual fees, connecting them with the expansive global network that UICC membership brings.
*We can recommend organisations from LMICs for you to support
Find out about the specific specific benefits that members receive through their membership to UICC here.
Want to be more involved? You can also become a partner of UICC. Please visit the Partners section for more information about partnership opportunities and learn more about the members who also work with us as partners. For further details, please contact the Partners team.
UICC launched in 2010 the Global Network Membership (GNM) initiative to give a wider spectrum of cancer organisations the opportunity to be involved in the three priority areas of global cancer control:
Although the GNM is no longer available, it offers members with affiliate organisations covered by this initiative, the opportunity to take part in exceptional events in the international arena. For example, the UN High-level Meeting on Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs) and the re-draft of the Millennium Development Goals.
With a strong membership base UICC will increase its influence at the highest level in order to place cancer at the top of the global health agenda. For cancer-related organisations this will translate at the national level into policies that recognise cancer as a priority.
UICC’s work is guided by the World Cancer Declaration. The Declaration is a tool to help bring the growing cancer crisis to the attention of government leaders and health policy-makers in order to significantly reduce the global cancer burden by 2020 through 11 key targets. UICCcounts on its members to help usdeliver the 11 targets of the World Cancer Declaration by 2020.