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Regional Organizations

SRA’s regional organizations allow members to interact with colleagues near where they live. A regional organization is a group assembled in any “geographically appropriate” area, which may include a city, country, groups of countries, or other geographic regions. The number of SRA regional organizations is growing; they now operate on six continents, and more are being developed.

Current international regional organizations include:

  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Australia & New Zealand
  • Europe
    • SRA-E Nordic Chapter (Nordic and the Baltic countries, including Denmark (incl. Greenland), Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, and Sweden)
    • SRA-E Benelux Chapter (Benelux region countries, including Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg)
    • SRA-E: Iberian Chapter (Iberian countries, including Spain, Portugal, and Andorra)
    • SRA-E: DACHL Chapter (German-speaking countries, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and South Tyrol)
  • Latin America

Current U.S. regional organizations include:

Click here for information about resources that are available to regional organizations.