The General Assembly (GA) of the International Union consists of the delegates appointed by the Adhering Organizations, the members of the IMU Executive Committee, and observers. Observers are persons whom the IMU President (with the approval of the Executive Committee) may invite to participate for purposes of consultation upon specific items on the GA agenda. Only delegates have voting rights. The IMU Statutes contain a detailed description of the rights and duties of the General Assembly. In September 2012 the IMU Executive Committee has endorsed a document that provides Guidelines for the organization of a meeting of the GA.
The GA normally meets once in four years, usually at a place and date close to an International Congress of Mathematicians. The next meeting of the IMU General Assembly will be held in Gyeongju, Republic of Korea.
Information about IMU General Assemblies back to the 13th GA can be found below.
At every General Assembly resolutions concerning the development of mathematics, international cooperation, etc. are made and published in the IMU Bulletin that appears directly after the General Assembly. Below is a list of these resolutions: