Why being a member of AIDCA?
As a member, you will receive our periodic publications and news, invitations to activities that we exclusively organize for associates, and special benefits in our training center, among others.
Adherent members are natural persons who, do not qualify to be active members, who wish to contribute to the achievement of the purposes of the Association, and are professionals or students of related careers, or persons of recognized trajectory that submit an application to belong to this category. The designation must be approved by at least two thirds of the total members of the Board of Directors. They will pay a social contribution set for this purpose by the Board of Directors. They will enjoy social benefits but they will not be active members of the Association. They will not have the right of vote.
Active members are: natural persons over 18 years of age who submit an application for this purpose and are accepted by the Board of Directors, and who meet the following requirements: Bachelor’s degree, awarded by a recognized national or foreign university. The denomination of the title according to the University that has issued it will not be a reason for an obstacle, provided that the qualifying studies are of sufficient professional or academic hierarchy.
Honorary members are: national or foreign individuals who have distinguished themselves extraordinarily for their contributions in areas related to law, environment, culture and equality and social equity, or for services provided to the association, and are designated as such by the Commission. Board of Directors plus the founding members by a total majority of the members present at the meeting convened for such purposes.
The founding members are all natural persons over 18 years of age, promoters of this project and who participated in the Founding Assembly.
To join, download the following form and send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org attaching curriculum vitae/resume, or contact us by any of our means of communication.