The Geographical Association (GA) is a UK-based subject association with the charitable objective of furthering geographical knowledge and understanding through education. We support teachers, students, tutors and academics at all levels of education through journals, publications, training events, projects, websites and by lobbying government about the importance of geography.
We regularly respond to official consultations on behalf of our members. Download the latest GA responses from our Papers and Responses page.
Find out how we can help you promote your products and services to a large targeted audience of primary and secondary geography teachers.
Get in touch via email, telephone, fax or post.
The GA couldn't achieve so much without its dedicated and hard-working volunteers. Find out about the GA's committee structure here - you might even be interested in joining a committee or group yourself.
The GA has a substantial network of local branches, each with its own programme of events including talks, excursions, sixth form conferences, wine-tasting evenings and the Worldwise Quiz. With more than 40 Branches, there's bound to be one near you - if not, why not start your own?
Find out about the GA's new Special Interest Group for Wales.
A brief history of the Geographical Association from 1893 to 2011.
The GA's Strategic Development Plan is now available to view online. Responding to the question 'what kind of GA do we want and need?', it states our vision, priorities and strategic direction for the next five years.
Visit our FAQs page to read a variety of common queries and their answers.
Visit the Press & Media area for the latest press releases, information about key members of staff, contact details, logos, photographs and news articles.