Propose changes to Rotary’s constitutional documents by 31 December

Every three years, Rotary International's Council on Legislation meets to debate and vote on policies and ideas submitted by clubs, districts, and the RI Board. This process gives your club and district a voice in how our organization is governed.

The Council has the authority to amend RI's constitutional documents, as well as adopt resolutions. Each district sends a representative to the meeting, and every club and district may propose legislation. The scope of legislation covers everything from club attendance requirements to the qualifications of the RI president.

Clubs and districts should submit proposed legislation for the 2016 Council through the online submission form. Rotary International must receive proposed legislation, including confirmation of the district's endorsement, by 31 December 2014. This deadline is strictly enforced.

Submit proposed legislation to Rotary
Register for the How to Propose Legislation course in the Learning Center
Find more information on the 2016 Council on Legislation

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