This list is descriptive and not comprehensive.
An applicant for any category of membership of ILGA must submit an application to the Administrative Office and affirm agreement with the aims and objectives of ILGA. An organization applying for full or associate membership must provide a description of itself, its aims, the composition of its membership, target group and structure.
Applications, which are in conformity with the aims and objectives in this constitution, shall be accepted by the ILGA Executive Board, subject to final decision by the World Conference. The ILGA Executive Board can delegate the acceptance of new members in a region to a regional structure set up in accordance with ILGA Constitution.
Suspension and expulsion:
A member may be suspended from membership by the ILGA Executive Board for failure to comply with this constitution. The suspension, unless revoked by the ILGA Executive Board, shall remain in force until the next World Conference. A member may be expelled from membership by motion at a World Conference for failure to comply with this constitution.
Members facing the possibility of expulsion have the right to present their defense.
An individual may no longer be recognised as a ‘Friend of ILGA’ by the Secretaries General. Where such an action occurs, the Secretaries-General will submit their decision to the next Executive Board meeting for review.
If a member does not pay the annual membership fee within 3 months after being given notice that the fee is due, the member will not be able to exercise the rights of a member as set out in this constitution until such time as any outstanding fees have been paid.
Election of the Chairing Pool;Report from the ILGA-ASIA Board;
Approval of the accounts;
Proposals and amendments from the ILGA-ASIA Board or full member organisations;
Approval of budget and a financial report;
Election of the ILGA-ASIA Board and two representatives – one of whom identifies as a woman – to the ILGA Executive Board;
Appointment of an auditor;
Any other business.
Proposals and amendments from full members or from the ILGA-ASIA Board that have been submitted and circulated in accordance with the Standing Orders;
Proposals from the ILGA-ASIA Board;
Proposals from the conference, in accordance with the procedures in the Standing Orders.
A Regional Conference decides that an extraordinary conference should be held, or
60 % of the full members including members from at least 4 countries request such a conference in order to discuss and take decision on particular issues, or
The Board considers that it is in the interest of ILGA-ASIA for such a conference to be held to discuss and make decisions on particular issues.