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2012 WDSF General Meeting 08/06/2012

WDSF AGM Luxembourg

The delegates of all National Member Bodies as well as of the Associate Members form the General Meeting, the supreme governing body of WDSF. 

Ordinary General Meetings are held once per year, generally during the month of June. They pass their resolutions as stipulated in the WDSF Statutes, following an agenda and with minutes kept of the proceedings.

The next General Meeting and the WDSF Forum preceding it take place over the coming weekend, 16 to 17 June, in Berlin, GER.

It will be a weekend packed with deliberations by delegates from - in the best of cases - 95 different organisations assembled in the German capital to decide on the short as well as the long-term future of DanceSport.

The full Agenda of the General Meeting has been posted on this website for several weeks already.

Agenda

Over the days to come, WDSF Communications endeavours to present visitors to worlddancesport.org with some of the key agenda items that will be discussed and, hopefully, decided upon.

Stay tuned!