Respect membership

Respect membership supports domestic abuse organisations primarily working with perpetrators, but also those supporting male victims and those working with young people's violence and abuse in close relationships. Members access affordable high-quality training, networking opportunities, expert support and resources.

Eligibility

Respect membership is open for organisations or individuals who either work in the domestic abuse field or have an interest in the work Respect does and agree to sign up to Respect's Principles.

Membership categories

There are two membership categories: Organisational and Individual.

Organisational membership is for organisations offering domestic abuse services (to perpetrators, victims or young people), and for those with an interest in helping end domestic abuse and in the work Respect does, even if they don't offer domestic abuse services. We have merged the previously known as full organisational and associate memberships in one, organisational membership.

Individual membership is primarily for domestic abuse practitioners, and for those who come into contact with domestic abuse survivors or perpetrators as part of their day to day role, or have an interest in the work Respect does, including researchers/academics.

Benefits of membership

Becoming a member of Respect gives you many benefits to develop your knowledge, improve your practice and be part of a network of organisations and individuals who want to end domestic abuse. All members are entitled to attend Respect's AGM and put themselves forward to become Trustees.

Organisational membership benefits

  • Discounted training and network events
  • Access to expert advice sessions around accreditation and perpetrator work practice, with Respect's lead Accreditation Assessor
  • Policy consultations and sector surveys
  • Access to Respect’s expertise on work with perpetrators, male victims and young people’s violence
  • Exclusive website content with resources, briefing papers, research reports etc.
  • Free job adverts placed on our monthly e-newsletter and promoted via our social media platforms
  • Access to Practice Development Days and other professional development events

Additional benefits for Respect-Accredited members

  • 6-8 Accredited Members' Practice Development Days every year
  • Attendance to Respect Accredited Members’ meetings
  • Attendance to monthly CEO's meetings

Individual membership benefits 

  • Discounted training and network events
  • Access to Practice Development Days and other ongoing professional development events
  • Policy consultations and sector surveys
  • Access to expert advice sessions around accreditation and perpetrator work practice, with Respect's lead Accreditation Assessor
  • Exclusive website content with resources, briefing papers, research reports etc.


Membership fees

To pursue payment via direct debit, please click on the applicable income band below. To pay manually, please email [email protected]

Organisation membership fees

Your annual membership fee is based on the turnover of your organisation and your preferred method of payment. 

Direct Debit payment for income up to:

£100K  £250K  £500K £1m  £5m

Above: £5m

Manual payment for income up to:

£100K - fee £187

£250K - fee £248

£500K - fee £402

£1m - fee £523

£5m - fee £634

 above £5m - fee £1584

Please note that if you are a Local Authority that wishes to become a Respect member, our standard rate for Local Authorities is at the 'above £5m bracket' (£1440 via direct debit/credit card or £1584  for manual payment). 

This is because we take into account the entire organisation's income, not the budget of a service within an organisation.

Individual membership fee

Your annual membership fee is a standard rate and is based on your payment method

  • Direct debit payment: £138
  • Manual payment: £152 (please contact [email protected] to pay via invoice)

Become an Individual Member

Respect is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1141636, in Scotland, number SC051284 and a company, number 7582438. Registered address: VAI Second Floor, 200a Pentonville Road, London N1 9JP
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