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Membership Application Form

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Pacific Islands Institution membership applies to Pacific Island non-profit Institutions (e.g. museums, cultural centres, professional networks, universities, in all Pacific Island countries, states, territories including Australia and New Zealand), which support the PIMA vision, aims and activities and Code of Ethics. Fees are calculated by the number of staff employed at each institution.

International Institution membership applies to International non-profit Institutions (e.g. museums, cultural centres, professional networks, universities), which support the PIMA vision, aims and activities and Code of Ethics. Fees are calculated by the number of staff employed at each institution.

Make a Donation to PIMA: Support the work PIMA does in preserving Pacific cultures.

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By submitting this form I declare that I, as an individual / or my business / or my institution  is eligible for membership of the Pacific Islands Museums Association (PIMA) and wishes to become a member of PIMA. I, as an individual / or my business / or my institution does not engage in dealing (i.e. buying and selling for profit) in the field of cultural property and accepts the PIMA Code of Ethics for Museums.

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Mission Statement

PIMA is the first regional,multilingual,multicultural, non profit organisation that assist Pacific Museums,cultural centres and peoples to preserve Pacific Island heritage.

Working together,preserving,celebrating and nurturing the heritage of the peoples of the Pacific Islands.

Pima Overview

The Pacific Islands Museums Association (PIMA) brings together museums, cultural centres and heritage institution professionals in the Pacific region to develop capacity to identify,research,manage, interpret and nurture Pacific Island cultural and natural heritage.
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