- 1. Definitions
- 2. Management and Control
- 3. Objectives and Functions of World Rugby
- 4. Participation in the Game
- 5. Laws of the Game
- 6. World Rugby
- 7. Finance
- 8. General Assembly
- 9. The Council
- 10. The Executive Committee
- 11. Standing Committees
- 12. Emergency decisions
- 13. Other Committees
- 14. Intellectual Property
- 15. Interpretation
(a) Promoting, fostering, developing, extending and governing the Game.
(b) Establishing, interpreting and enforcing the Bye-Laws, the Regulations and the Laws of the Game.
(c) Deciding and/or settling all matters or disputes relating to or arising out of the playing of or the proposed playing of the Game or a Match or any dispute between two or more Member Unions and/or Member Associations relating to the application of the Regulations.
(d) To regulate and co-ordinate arrangements to ensure that there is a fair and equitable programme of matches, tours and tournaments for senior National Representative Teams of all Member Unions.
(e) Controlling all other matters of an international character affecting the Game.
(f) To prevent discrimination of any kind against a country, or against a private person or groups of people including on account of age, gender, marital status, maternity status, disability, race (including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin), religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation or any other reason.