Registration Fees

Registration is open. The overview of registration fees is provided below. 

The fee categories are classified into two groups: (A) For ISOCARP members or (B) For all other participants who are NOT members of ISOCARP.





(1) Fee for the in-person meetings in Doha, Qatar, including full access to all events and sessions, technical tours, workshops/site visits, daily lunches and coffee breaks, welcome reception, and congress dinner.

(2) For urban and regional planning professionals, this fee includes 3-year ISOCARP membership. If you do not wish to avail of the ISOCARP membership, please register for B.II. International Registration fees.

(3) Available for participants FROM and RESIDING in low- and lower middle-income countries only. Kindly check if your country is on this list based on the World Bank country classifications by income level.

(4) For YPP workshop participants.

(5) Available to full-time students enrolled in a college or university, born in or after 1991. Proof of status required to finalise registration (mailto: congress@isocarp.org).

(6) For those who registered for the "virtual only" category, a supplementary fee needs to be paid should you eventually decide to attend the in-person meetings in Qatar.

(7) Access to social events and reception only. No congress entry.





 

Countries eligible for the reduced fees

Afghanistan 

Algeria  

Angola 


Bangladesh 

Benin 

Bhutan 

Bolivia 

Burkina Faso 

Burundi 


Cambodia 

Cameroon  

Cabo Verde 

Central African Republic 

Chad 

Comoros 

Congo 

Congo, Dem. Rep. of 

Cook Islands, Dem Rep. of 

Cote d'Ivoire 

Laos 

Lesotho 

Liberia 


Madagascar 

Malawi 

Mali 

Mauritania 

Mauritius 

Micronesia, Fed. States 

Moldova, Rep. 

Mongolia 

Montserrat 

Morocco 

Mozambique 

Myanmar 

 

Nauru 

Nepal 

Nicaragua 

Niger 

Tajikistan 

Tanzania 

Timor-Leste


Togo 

Tokelau 

Tunisia 

 

Uganda 

Ukraine 

Uzbekistan 

Vanuatu 

Viet Nam 

 

Wallis and Futuna 

 

Yemen 

 

Zambia 

Zimbabwe 





Djibouti 


Egypt 

El Salvador 

Eritrea 

Eswatini 

Ethiopia 

Nigeria 

Niue 

 

Pakistan

Palestinian territories 

Panama 

Papua New Guinea 



Gambia 

Ghana 

Guinea 

Guinea-Bissau 

 

Haiti 

Honduras 

 

India 

 

Kenya 

Kiribati 

Korea Dem. PR of 

Kyrgyzstan 


Philippines 

 

Rwanda


Sao Tome and Principe 

Senegal 

Sierra Leone 

Solomon Islands 

Somalia 

South Africa  

South Sudan 

Sri Lanka 

St Helena 

Sudan 

Syria 




*The list above is based on the World Bank country classifications by income level for low- and lower middle-income countries: 2020-2021 (data as of 1 July 2020)