ICAS Governance

All ICAS members meet at least once a year on the occasion of the Annual General Meeting.

The General Meeting is the top level governing body of ICAS. Full members can vote, unlike associate members. The powers of the General Meeting include:

  • the approval of the Standing Orders and Internal Rules, and any amendments made to them;
  • the admission and exclusion of members;
  • the appointment and dismissal of Executive Committee members, including the President and the Vice-Presidents;
  • the approval of the annual accounts and budget.

The ICAS network is managed by an Executive Committee, supported by the ICAS Secretariat.

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