Join us! EHRC Membership is open to Learned Societies,
Universities, Institutes, Companies, National Human Rights Associations
(Institutional Members) and Individuals (Personal Members).
While there is a modest membership fee for Institutional Members,
Personal Membership is free of charge.
Grades Of Membership
EHRC has five grades of membership
A rank of membership awarded for eminent distinguished members
achievement and selected by the EHRC Committee on Honors.
A grade of distinction.
A Fellow, one who has attained a membership grade of distinction,
at the time of advancement shall be a corporate member of the
Society, shall have been responsible for significant members
achievements, and shall have had either
a. not less than 10 years of active practice and 10 years of
continuous corporate membership in EHRC, or
b. 20 years of active practice and 5 years of continuous corporate
membership in EHRC.
Requires attainments equal to eight years of active practice
in the profession of teaching.
The experience of one who has not been graduated from an approved
curriculum should show variety, progress and promotion in the
performance of teaching functions.
Involvement, either professionally or personally, with service
to the profession