TCI Asia Member Countries

Asia Pacific landscape is vast and historically, culturally diverse.
Policy frames in different countries of Asia are determined by colonialism, economic status, war and conflict, governance and international political environment.

TCI Asia presently has participation from 14 Asian countries, with emerging networks in 4 others.
TCI Asia also has a small, emerging presence in the Pacific Islands kingdoms and nations.
Members are concentrated in South Asia, South East Asia and East Asia only

Work in the Pacific
TCI Asia has had a presence in the Kingdom of Tonga and Fiji Islands,
facilitating capacity building sessions with multiple stakeholders
on the pedagogy and practice of Inclusion.


We are now open for memberships to TCI Asia. Membership is open for individuals or organisations. There is no membership fees and membership details will be updated once in two years. There are three categories of memberships details of which are detailed at the google link below.

Benefits of being a member

Be aware of advancement on the rights of persons with psychosocial disabilities
Have opportunities to learn and to contribute to TCI Asia activities
Have opportunities of receiving support from TCI Asia in national activities such as advocacy, capacity building, making country submissions to the UN etc.
Have opportunities of engaging in dialogue on important issues with persons with psychosocial disabilities in other countries.
Having opportunities to attend TCI Asia meetings and keep yourself updated on regional developments

The membership forms can be filled online and are available on the following link:
Individual membership - Open
Organisational membership - Open
faqs about tci asia memberships - Open