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Founding Sector Associations

The InternIAPA-noGradient-200ational Au Pair Association (IAPA) is the leading global trade association for organisations active in all aspects of au pair and cultural exchange programmes. IAPA has more than 170 member organisations active in 45 countries worldwide. IAPA’s main aim is to protect the rights of all au pairs and host families and at the same time establish internationally approved guidelines for au pair exchange programmes. Read more here
IASIS_Standard_Logo-cmyk-100px International Association for Student Insurance Services (IASIS) issuers distribute competitively priced insurance products that have been specifically designed to meet the travel demands of today’s independent travellers. Adventure tour operators, youth hostels and work abroad programmes are some of the organisations covered by IASIS insurance. Read more here
ISIC_logo_cmyk-M For the past 60 years, International Student Identity Card Association (ISIC) has been the world’s number one student identity card. Purchased by more than 5 million students each year, ISIC offers exclusive access to more than 40,000 discounts and benefits worldwide. Microsoft, Pizza Hut, Best Western and STA Travel are just some of the global brands working in partnership with ISIC as benefit providers and issuing agents. Read more here
ISTC logo The International Student Travel Confederation (ISTC) is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in 1949 by the travel departments of a group of national student unions, to explore the needs of the growing numbers of student and youth travellers. Read more here
SATA Student Air Travel Association (SATA) is a forum through which the world’s leading student and youth travel organisations establish agreements with airlines to provide affordable and flexible air travel for young people. SATA tickets are accepted by more than 90 airlines who operate according to SATA’s standards and regulations for the aviation industry. Read more here