State Members are representatives of states, government agencies or national public institutions. States may have three representatives thus three votes in the General Assembly.
Association Members are representatives of national or international non-governmental organisations. They may have one representative and one vote in the General Assembly.
Individual Members are wildlife conservation passionates or professionals. They may join the National Delegation of their respective country, if any, or join the ranks of the CIC individually. Individual members may have one vote in the General Assembly within the contingency of their National Delegation.
Young Opinion Members are members below the age of 35. CIC aims to promote the next generation of nature conservationists and conscious hunters. It therefore offers a platform for young professionals through its Young Opinion Working Group. Young Opinion members may have one vote in the General Assembly within the contingency of their National Delegation.
Expert Members in the field of wildlife conservation and hunting are contributing to the goals and objectives of the CIC with their special expertise by consulting their National Delegation or directly the management of the CIC. Expert members are exempt from membership fee and do not have a voting right in the General Assembly.
National Delegations are composed of the representatives of the State and Association members, as well as Individual and Young Opinion members who either hold citizenship or have their main activities or legal seat within that State. They may not be members of any other National Delegation.