The Socialist International is financed by annual affiliation fees from its member parties and some associated organisations, and by donations. The SI Finance and Administration Committee, a statutory body of the organisation composed of fifteen member parties and organisations elected following each Congress, agrees an annual budget which is adopted by the Council. The current committee has been newly constituted in line with the reforms adopted by the last Congress of the SI to secure a fair geographical representation of the membership of the organisation and thus be more open and democratic.
Audited accounts 2012
List of outstanding membership fees
Budget for 2014