French Federation of LGBT Centres

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The French Federation of LGBT Centres (French: Fédération Française des Centres LGBT, aka Inter-LGBT Centers) is the Alliance of community centres for Lesbians, Gays, Bi & Trans in France, as well as Associate Members.

Its purpose is to create solidarity among LGBT Centers and Associate Members in France, and ensure compliance with a Code of Ethics (Article 2, para 1 st of the articles of association) which provides an opening to all people, the development of a policy of active prevention, etc.

Structure[edit]

The federation is composed of different members according to their rules:

Fellowship[edit]

The Fellowship of French LGBT Centers are allowed to sign the Charter. They vote:

Associate members[edit]

The associate members are individuals or legal entities wishing to support the LGBT Centers in their thoughts, actions and initiatives, they have an advisory:

Peer associations, corporations LGBT, LGBT associations animating a place, consider themselves as such and in this context closely affected by the values and objectives of the Charter or any plan to create an LGBT center or support a proposed LGBT Center )

Observers[edit]

Observers (who are legal persons without being closely involved in the objectives of the Charter, identify with its values and can make a significant contribution to debates and projects of the Alliance)

Local correspondents[edit]

Local correspondents (individuals who consider themselves affected by the values and objectives of the Charter or any plan to create an LGBT center or support a proposed LGBT Center)

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