HOW TO BECOME AN Affiliated Member of Ju Jitsu Asian Union

 
  • Ju Jitsu Asian Union (JJAU) membership is available only to national federations (or any other lawful form of the national organization) regulating┬áJu Jitsu┬áin each country. Only a single national federation of each country can be a┬áJu Jitsu┬ámember; if there were two or more national federations in the same country, only the national federation recognized by the Olympic Committee or a higher sports body will be admitted as a JJAU member.
  • Each national federation willing to join JJAU is required to provide the General Secretariat with the following documents:
    • Joining application signed by the chairman and the general secretary.
    • Copy of the articles of association (English version).
    • Statement of the executive committee and description of the organizational structure.
    • Statement of the activities the national federation has conducted in the last two years.
    • When applicable, endorsement of the national Olympic committee in the country (or a higher sports body) confirms that the federation is recognized as the┬áJu Jitsu┬áregulatory authority in the country.
  • Membership application implies a full acknowledgment of the JJAU rules and internal regulations. After receiving the above-mentioned documents, the Executive Office evaluates the membership application and takes a decision in this respect, and the Executive OfficeÔÇÖs decision shall be approved by the General Assembly.
  • A national federation may not be a member of JJAU and at the same time, a member of another international organization claiming to be the continental┬áJu Jitsu┬áregulatory authority.
  • JJAU always considers cooperation with other sports regulated by national federations, without prejudice to the independent identity of each sport.