Part of the work of IMMAF is carried out in committees consisting of a number of people of different experience, backgrounds and nationalities. Most committees are composed of volunteers, but in some cases professionals may be appointed.
IMMAF’s committees are in various formative stages and there remains room for members to be elected. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Arbitration and Financial Committees are appointed by the General Assembly:
Arbitration Committee – The Arbitration Committee is the body that resolves disputes.
Financial Audit Committee –The Financial Audit Committee is a body independent of the Board of Directors that is tasked by the General Assembly to audit the financial activities of IMMAF.
Operational Technical Committees:
Regulatory Affairs Committee –
The role of the Regulatory Affairs Committee is to develop universal protocol for safe, Amateur MMA competition, addressing rules and regulation, and providing technical and safety guidelines for the sport. It is responsible for developing progression pathways and education for officials. The committee also provides guidance for member federations involved in professional event sanctioning under the Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts.
Coaching Committee –
The role of the Coaching Committee is to develop safe progression pathways for participants in MMA, whether recreational or competitive, from beginner level all the way through to elite professional. The committee is responsible for developing protocol and education for the coaching of MMA.
Medical Committee –
IMMAF’s Medical Committee consists of a panel of doctors with a specialism or experience in medical care within Mixed Martial Arts. The committee is responsible for providing guidance on medical safety within the sport and for developing medical protocol for IMMAF competitions.
Anti-doping Committee –
The Anti-doping Committee oversees IMMAF’s anti-doping policies and implementation across IMMAF competitions. IMMAF’s Anti-doping Policy is WADA compliant.
TUE Committee –
IMMAF’s Therapeutic Use Exemption Committee consist of a panel of expert medical professionals highly experienced in the field of Anti-doping. The panel is responsible for independently reviewing applications from athletes for the therapeutic or medical use of banned substances. The TUE committee serves in an independent advisory role to the Anti-doping Committee.