Organizations that fulfill the conditions laid down in the ICUU constitution and by laws. An organization applying for full membership must satisfy the Executive Committee and the Council that it has established a record of stability, unity, and effective administration. Organizations with 3000 members or more would have 2 voting delegates. Groups with 3000 members or fewer would have 1 voting delegate.
Organizations which aspire to full membership but are not ready for that status. A newly formed organization would expect to remain in this category for at least 4 years before being considered for full membership. Organizations with 3000 members or more would have 2 non-voting delegates. Groups with 3000 members or fewer would have 1 non-voting delegate.
Unitarian, Universalist and UU organizations which do not fulfill the conditions for either Full Membership or Provisional Membership but which are interested in moving towards full membership. Emerging groups have no delegates or voting rights but observers may attend Council of Executive Committee meetings.
Properly constituted organizations with beliefs and purposes closely akin to those of ICUU but which by nature of their constitution are not eligible for full membership may be granted Associate status by the Executive Committee. Associate Status Policy
Other Unitarian, Universalist or UU groups may exist around the world which, as yet, have no formal relationship with the ICUU.