Article 1 : Members of AMU

Any person interested in mathematics and their applications can become member of the AMU if his application for adhesion is approved by the Executive Committee. The AMU is composed of :

  1. ordinary members :

African Mathematicians or Mathematicians working in Africa ;
-  National or sub-regional mathematical Associations in Africa ;
-  Higher Educational institutions in Africa, having a Department of Mathematics;
-  Scientific organizations in Africa, approved by the Executive Committee ;

  1. Associate members :

-  Mathematicians who are not African Mathematicians, and who do not work in  
   Africa ;
-  Mathematical Associations, of Higher Educational institutions having a
Department of Mathematics, and scientific organizations from outside of Africa.

Article 2 : Membership conditions

2.1. Any membership application to AMU must be adressed to the Secretary General.

2.2. To be considered; any membership application to AMU must produce at least the following information: name, first name, home address for physical persons, address of the Head Office for moral persons and as much as possible, a main e-mail address. Each member undertakes to let the AMU know about any change in the above minimal information.

2.3. To any membership application must be attached if necessary, a copy of the Statutes or their equivalents and a signed declaration stipulating that the adhering member commits himself (herself) to respect  the Statutes and the Internal Regulation of the AMU.

2.4. The Secretary General transmits the membership application to the Executive Committee who certifies the respect of the membership conditions by the applicant.

2.5. The Scientific Organizations in Africa not mentioned in Article 5 b) (i), (ii) of the Statutes and in Article 1 b) of the present Internal Regulation, must at first be approved by the Executive Committee.

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