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Current Coalition Partners
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(PO) Professional Organizations
(CHP) Cultural Heritage Providers
(AIP) Archaeological Informatics Providers
(GO) Governmental Organizations
(NGO) Non-governmental Organizations
(AU) Academic Units

ACRA is the national trade association supporting and promoting the common interests of cultural resource management (CRM) firms of all sizes, types and specialties. Our vision is for a robust and thriving CRM industry delivering responsible solutions that balance development and preservation, including promoting collaborative synthetic research.

The Archaeology Division of the AAA was founded to advance the study of archaeology as an aspect of anthropology, to provide a forum for members to discuss issues central to the development of archaeology, and to foster the communication of archaeological research to anthropologists, other scholars, and the general public.

The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA), supports archaeological research and the ethical professional practice of archaeology. Our programs and publications present ideas and research from a variety of archaeological disciplines and scholars to create an archaeologically informed public and to represent the discipline to the wider world.

CIfA is the leading professional body representing archaeologists working in the UK and overseas. We promote high professional standards and strong ethics in archaeological practice, to maximise the benefits that archaeologists bring to society. We will work with CfAS to encourage innovation, and link to CIfA professionals and registered organisations.

The European Association of Archaeologists is a membership-based, not for profit association founded in 1993. EAA is open to all archaeologists and other  related or interested individuals or bodies. The EAA organizes annual conferences, publishes The European Journal of Archaeology, THEMES in Contemporary Archaeology monograph series, and releases a newsletter.

ICAZ aims to do four things: to develop and stimulate archaeozoological research, strengthen cooperation among archaeozoologists, foster cooperation with archaeologists and scientists working in related fields, and promote ethical and scientific standards for archaeozoological research. We possess rich data bases that can help address big picture questions in archaeology.

The International Scientific Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) advises ICOMOS and the World Heritage Committee on matters that pertain to all aspects of the management of archaeological sites and landscapes. These include formulating and propagating standards and best practices for both archaeological research and cultural resource management.

The PanAfrican Archaeological Association and Related Studies (PAA) works to unite archaeologists working in all African countries and to combine African efforts to further the interest of archaeology across Africa.

Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA)The   Register of Professional Archaeologists is committed to supporting ethical   archaeological practice. The mission of the Coalition for Archaeological   Synthesis is consistent with the Register's Code of Conduct and our Standards   of Exceptional Research Performance.  

The Society for American Archaeology (SAA) is an international organization dedicated to research, interpretation, and protection of archaeological heritage in the Americas. SAA promotes collaborative and interdisciplinary scholarship through its annual conference,  publications, and scholarships. SAA is committed to sharing and using archaeological data to advance science and benefit contemporary society.

The Society for Historical Archaeology [an educational not-for-profit  organization] advocates for a global perspective in the study and protection  of historical and underwater cultural resources by educating the public and  policy makers and providing a valued resource for knowledge exchange,  professional development, and the maintenance of high ethical standards.
 
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