Become a member to access a range of benefits


Membership Levels & Sign Up

We appreciate your support and help in making International Women in Mining a truly global community of members, representing women from 100 different countries. To provide you with even more value, we are introducing a membership package. The only change is that we are now giving you a choice.


IWiM Newsletter

Access international members directory

Speaking opportunities

Women on boards opportunities

Participate in best practice forums

Subscription Value


Full Membership






In addition, freely accessible to all are:

  • Events Calendar
  • News & Library section
  • Newsletters from all WIM groups
  • Contact details of WIM groups


You can register for a free subscription.

This allows you to:

  • receive newsletters;
  • browse the website;
  • read our news and blog;
  • look at the job opportunities listed;
  • connect with us on LinkedIn and social media.

We may bug you once in a while to ask you what improvements you’d like to see and ask you to give us feedback.

We do not sell/use your email address for marketing purposes, but may get in touch to give you an update on the organization.


Or you can have more. More allows you to:

  • network internationally via a secure members’ directory;
  • be part of a project to add more female experts to the programme line-ups for mining conferences by putting yourself forward as a speaker. We are connecting with conference organisers and will let you know when opportunities arise.
  • If you are looking to sit on a company board, you may like the idea of being in our “board-ready women” database, which we will promote to mining companies and finally abolish the myth that no suitable women exists. We would interview you beforehand.
  • participate in best-practice forums by function.

The annual membership fee to access these valuable career-enhancing opportunities and exposure is US$40. A concession price of US$10 is available for members from emerging market countries, students and unemployed persons.