You nominate persons for CID membership. Nominees send their professional profile (CV) and membership fee.
A CID Section corresponds to a municipality, that is where there is a mayor. Minimum number of CID members required is 20. Among them are school directors, preferably from various forms of dance to ensure a broad representation.
Once there is a sufficient number of CID Members the Secretariat sends to you an invitation to found the CID Section.
The founding CID Members sign the standard statutes, as well as the act of foundation of the Section. A copy is sent to the CID Secretariat.
The President of CID sends a letter of recognition to the Section and appoints a 5-member Executive Committee composed of persons proposed by you.
The Section begins to function. It increases the number of its members by recommending new ones to the Secretariat, and applies to the authorities for recognition of the Section and for funding.
After four years the President of the Section calls all Section members to a General Assembly where they elect an Executive Committee for the next 4 years.
The CID Section is in full operation. It represents the entire spectrum of dance in the area. It enjoys government support and international recognition. It can apply to sponsors for funding. It has its own activities, within the policy of CID, see Functions of CID Sections.