ASFA's by-laws are the highest governing document of the organization. They are the legal codes governing the association, and they are adopted by votes of the membership.
ASFA’s standing regulations detail the rules and procedures governing ASFA and the mas. Standing regulations are amendable by ASFA council.
The judicial code of procedure details the process for dispute resolution within ASFA.
The ethical purchasing policy sets out the requirements all purchases made by ASFA and MAs over $500.
While not an ASFA policy, this guide produced by Concordia is a helpful tool for making your events as sustainable as possible.
The purpose of this policy is to protect individuals from any harm, such as discrimination, sexual harassement and violence, within the ASFA community and to hold members of the ASFA accountable for their actions.
*Important notice as of January 30, 2020, complainants will no longer have the ability to file an anonymous complaint nor receive an advocate from the center for gender advocacy and sexual assault resource centre (SARC).
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The ASFA Council meets once per month for its Regular Council Meeting (RCM) during the a year, excluding summer months. Council is a body made up of representatives from each of ASFA’s member associations and makes high-level decisions for ASFA that set its priorities and directions. Any council member is welcome to submit motions for discussion and approval. In addition to the monthly Council meetings, additional meetings may be called as needed. These additional meetings are called Special Council Meetings (SCM).
ASFA Council meetings are open to the public. Meeting times and locations are sent to all councillors by email in advance of the meetings. For more information about ASFA council meetings, contact the Council Chair, who you can reach at email@example.com