A Constitution is a legally binding set of rules outlining how an organisation should operate. It details how the organisation will be structured and governed and describes its main activities. It also explains the roles, responsibilities and powers of the office bearers (Executive Committee), general committee members, and members of the Association.
The Constitution of the AFLCUA is attached below. It was last reviewed in 2021 and the current version was passed by special reoslution at the 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Association. To see any previous versions, please contact the Executive.