The experiences of ILC members have already shown that the current crisis has a direct impact on land rights.

Global Assembly of Members

The Assembly of Members (AoM) is the supreme governing body responsible for establishing the overall strategies and policies of the ILC and, concomitantly, to ensure that the organisation remains in compliance with the intentions of the members.

As a Coalition, when we reach consensus it is all the more powerful in shaping the global land rights and land governance agenda.

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The AoM meets once every three years when it:

  • Approves ILC strategies, reviews progress and decides on any adjustments;
  • establishes such policies as are needed to guide and facilitate the operation of the ILC;
  • assesses the financial position, determines actions required and contributes to the mobilisation of resources;
  • elects new members to the AoM;
  • elects members to the vacancies on the Council; and
  • amends the Charter as required.

The AoM may meet at any fixed location, as determined by the Council or in other forms, considering the use of communication technology, suited to the business to be conducted.

The quorum for a meeting of the AoM is not less than fifty per cent (50%) of the civil society members and not less than fifty per cent (50%) of the intergovernmental members. Members may exercise not more than one proxy each that has been filed with the Secretariat according to the procedures as prescribed by the CC.

Unless otherwise specified in the Charter and Governance Framework, decisions in the AoM are taken by a simple majority.