Membership Benefits

SWIDN membership is open to any person or organisation who state they are working on the SDGs.

Registered CharitiesIndividualsAcademic InstitutionsRegistered CompaniesStudents


Discounts on selected training throughout the year
Notification of the second release of tickets for any training and workshops
First refusal on ticketed training
Bespoke training for your organisation (fees apply)


Invitation to free or discounted selected events throughout the year
First refusal on networking events throughout the year
Free promotion of your events in our calendar
Discounted promotion of your events in our calendar, including web support


Subscription to members only email discussion lists
Access to the networks working groups
Bespoke networking events to support your collaboration (event costs apply)
Opportunities for researchers and practitioners to connect and collaborate (event costs apply)


Public member profile on linking to your own website
Free job vacancy listings on our website and newsletter
Feature your news on our website and social media channels for free
Opportunity to partner with SWIDN to sponsor events, gaining additional opportunities for promotion
Annual opportunities for a blog post promoting your work on our website


Bespoke support with facilitating connections in response to specific capacity needs
Supporting a network that can be the collective voice of the South West international development sector
Use of the SWIDN partnership badge on your website
Help with finding suitable meeting and events space across the South West

Discounted access to Bristol city centre hot desk / office space (when available)

Ready to join the network?

To join the network please complete and submit the application form.

For your information, our Privacy Policy, which outlines how we store and use your personal data to facilitate your interactions with SWIDN can be found here.

SWIDN membership is open to any person or organisation who state they are working on the SDGs. SWIDN is not a regulatory body and it does not monitor, regulate or endorse the actions, outputs or views of its members.

If you have any queries about this, please email