Become a member

Chatham House membership is essential if you are passionate about international affairs, high quality research and open debate.

Why become a member?

Events with world leaders and experts

Add your voice to the debate by attending our member events in London and online with high-profile speakers such as Nancy Pelosi, Michel Barnier, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and Tony Blair.

Powerful networking opportunities

Expand your network by meeting other members from business, government, NGOs and academia. Meet members at our events and on social media.

Subscriptions to our publications

Browse our unique collection at Chatham House. Discover a world of knowledge through our eLibrary. Enjoy six print editions of our The World Today magazine and access to our International Affairs journal.

Help shape our future

Our council shapes the future direction of Chatham House. As a member you have exclusive voting rights to elect its members, and to stand for election to council too.

Join our influential network

Support our independence and add your voice to the debate with high-profile speakers.

One of the singular attributes of Chatham House’s focus on international affairs is its dedication to addressing future concerns before they become problems of the present.

John Paul Rosario, Individual Member