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If you see value in our vision and mission and share the goals of the International Charter for Walking, you are welcome to become a member of IFP. Please fill in  the membership application form for  organizations or individuals. Membership for individuals or non-profit organizations is free.

Voting members of IFP are organizations and institutions independent from political parties and whose primary or most important activities correspond with the goals of IFP. As for now, we welcome local pedestrian associations as well as national ones as voting members. The board can restrict the number of member organizations of one country which are voting members. Organisations that deal with pedestrian issues only as a minor part of their activity (e.g. bicycle and environment organisations) are welcome to become associated members. For more details see the IFP voting membership policy.

Associate members are any other organizations, institutions, and individuals who share IFP’s goals, and wish to support its work in any way. They receive information but have no voting right. For more details see the IFP Associate membership policy.

What can IFP do for you?

IFP is a network of experts and organizations and institutions interested in improving the situation of pedestrians. You may profit from the knowledge of others. Ask any question, and we shall try to find an adequate answer among our members.

Through this site and our Facebook page you can gain visibility for your projects, seek support or input from others or join a discussion on various topics. 

What can you do for IFP?

You may send us information, links and articles on pedestrian issues for the publication on the website, if they are of international interest.

Your address is for internal use only, but the e-mail address might be sent to anyone who likes to contact you (the members in your country or the members with your field of interest). – Your data won’t be used for any other purpose than communication among IFP-members.