- 1 IVSA Member Manuals
- 2 General Assembly (GA) Manual
- 3 IVSA Online Attendance Manual
- 4 IVSA ExCo, Secretariat and Trust Manuals
- 5 Committees and Groups Manual
- 6 Organizing Committee (OC) Manuals
- 7 Decisions Made by the GA Manual
- 8 General Information about Subjects not Covered by the Constitution or Bylaws
Manuals for all IVSA members to read to understand more about IVSA, including an introduction to "General Assemblies" at Symposium or Congress.
Some more details on the GA, mainly of use to the ExCo, Election Committee, Chairman and Parliamentarian.
Detailed information on how to run online attendance of official meetings.
Detailed information on each ExCo position, on the Secretariat and on the Trust, mainly to help these bodies, and also for people interested in running for a specific position.
Includes the Election Committee, and the various Standing Committees of IVSA.
A Manual for Organizing Committees of any event, and an additional Manual for elected or prospective hosts of Symposium or Congress
Information on recent decision made by the GA, including maximum Congress and Symposium fees, the base factor for calculating Membership fees, and the Individual Supportive Member fee.
Contains the IVSA Corporate Identity Manual, Legal Information about the Association and a note on Honorary Life Members.
The IVSA Manuals contain much more detailed information about IVSA than that contained in the Constitution and Bylaws, and they are not binding in the same way as those documents, so they are much more flexible, and should be updated annually by the ExCo around the time of handover.
The Secretary General is responsible for updating the IVSA Member Manuals, with the exception of the MO EO Manual, which should be updated by the MOD.
The Secretary General is responsible for updating the GA Manual, the Decisions Made by the GA Manual, and General Information about subjects not covered by the Constitution or Bylaws.
The MOD is responsible for updating the OC Manuals.
The Committee Coordinator is responsible for updating the Committees and Groups Manual, with the exception of the Election Committee Manual, which should be updated by the Secretary General.
Each ExCo member is responsible for updating their own ExCo position Manual, the Secretary General is responsible for updating the Secretariat Manual (with the Secretariat), and the Trust is responsible for updating the Trust Manual.
The Secretary General is overall responsible for coordinating updates to the Manuals.
When updating these Manuals, they should be written in third person, and kept as general as possible (mentions of specific years should be avoided in most situations, and specific handover information that will only be relevant for the next ExCo should not go into the Manuals).
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