Our Commitment: 100% Free Forever

Becoming a member gives you the unique chance to develop in the career of your dreams in a completely flexible and personalized way, while sharing your experience and skills in a co-learning and co-working environment with like-minded people. 



Be part of an international organization doing good all over the world and meet like-minded people. 



Get your work published when participating with your team on projects. 



Build experience on your fields of interest by doing and sharing what you know. 



Your experience at InkuA is made for you, with your schedule and interests as a priority.



Participate or create workshops and events that speak to you. As much or as little as you want!



Remote, easy-to-access and inclusive at it's core. No experience required- we provide you with that. 



Develop your portfolio with real world experience and projects with impact and meaning. 



Became a leader in your field, literally. Help team members develop skills working in the field.  


Have the chance to earn recognition, contests and certificates.



We provide a good reference for visas, international programs or employment.



We are the place for learning, discovering, creating and experimenting.



We encourage the use of new technologies, tools and improving InkuA.  


InkuA's main focus is the long-term development of its members, with kindness and technology.

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Join InkuA and grow with us on a journey that goes beyond borders. Let's make a real difference together.

Frank Escudero visiting the European Parliament representing InkuA in 2023



As a volunteer and InkuA member, you have the right to refuse tasks, a voice and voting rights in the direction of the organization and much more! 

  • Right to refuse requests: Members can refuse requests if there is no corresponding explicit in the description of the Role being requested. However, the team must always accept requests that make sense for the mission of their Roles, even if no explicit responsibility is registered.
  • Right to act on the mission: You can always act in a way that furthers the purpose of your department
  • Right to act heroically: Members may temporarily ignore these Agreements if it is useful and necessary to express the Department’s or the Organization's Mission. Initiatives or requests that have this quality are called "Heroic Acts". If there are a lot of heroic acts, the organization or organization probably has an outdated structure.
  • Right to leave roles: We cannot force anyone to participate in a way they don’t want to. 
  • Right of expression: Each Member is responsible for identifying their challenges based on each Role they fill. Each Partner is also responsible for trying to resolve these challenges, engaging other Partners in their Duties, or proposing changes to the Organizational Structure. To be clear, if someone feels a challenge, not to deal with it is a violation of their role. We need a good level of engagement from everyone.
  • Right of prioritisation: Members must prioritise their work in accordance with the priorities of the department defined by the Director or any other person that establishes priorities for the department. The person can come to an agreement with the Director  about the time he tends to spend on the role within the Department and when the person uses that time.
  • Right to attend: Anyone can join any meeting as a listener, even if it's a meeting of higher ranking members.
  • Right to Freedom of speech: No one will be shut down, punished or discriminated by things they say or believe in their personal life.  


  • Duty of transparency: When requested, Partners are expected to share all relevant information about the work of their Roles, including each project they are working on, identified actions, prioritisation criteria and relevant metrics. When requested, Members are also expected to provide estimates and projections of possible completion dates for their work, even if these projections are not to be considered deadlines or commitments.
  • Duty to attend: When requested, Members should prioritise attending Department Meetings over working on their Roles in case a challenge needs to be addressed.
  • Duty of preservation/respect: One must respect human beings, roles, responsibilities and departments.
  • Duty to call the evaluation protocol: If a member believes that some action or decision by a superior will affect the organization in a negative way, they need to speak up to the superior of the superior or any open support channels calling for an emergency evaluation protocol. By calling for an EEP, the superior needs to hold the action until it is evaluated by his superior. This protocol can only be called against a C-Level member by the Director of the Advisory board.

You give some time. You get experience, fun projects, and references from a  organization. 

( More info in our Whitepaper, that needs update and publishing on the website LINK