|Revised Membership Fees|
From 1st April 2014 Regular Membership Fees paid in Sterling or Euros will increase to £22.00 and €30.00 respectively. This has been necessary due to the significant changes in the exchange rate between these currencies and the U.S. Dollar.
|IBNS Journal 54-1|
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Membership in the IBNS is a privilege extended to those persons deemed worthy thereof and is not a matter of right. Such membership can be maintained only until the Executive Board determines that the conduct of a member has been such that, in the best interests of the Society, his membership should be terminated.
For the guidance of its members, this CODE OF ETHICS bas been duly adopted by the Executive Board (under the authority vested in it by the Bylaws of the Society). A breach thereof by any member reflects, directly or indirectly, upon all other members. Such a breach shall be considered conduct prejudicial to the interest of the Society and cause for action by the Executive Board.
As a member of the IBNS:
IBNS Code of Ethics as revised 6 April 2013, Valkenburg