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Structure

Euromontana bodies

juanan_gutierrezThe association has been established as an organization registered under the law of February, 1st, 1901, with an international vocation neutral in terms of religion and politics and with nonprofit-making and scientific objectives.

Is registered under the French law of July 1, 1901.

General assembly

Euromontana is governed by the general assembly of its delegates convened at least once a year by its president. It is sovereign over all the affairs which it does not delegate to another organ. It has in particular the following attributes:

  • deliberations upon and adoption of positions on the fundamental mountain problems and definition of the orientation of the work of the association,
  • elections of the board of directors and of the financial control committee
  • approval of activity reports, accounts and budget, setting the annual subscription level

The general assembly is composed of the delegates representing each one of the member organisations.

See the documents of the General assembly

 

Board of directors

general-assembly-2010The Euromontana Board of Directors is elected by the general assembly of delegates for a period of 4 years. It comprises maximum 30 members with balanced representation.

The Board of Directors manages, administers and executes the decisions of the general assembly. It is competent to decide on necessary partnerships. It may allocate specific tasks to the President or the vice president.

It meets around 4 times a year to prepare proposals to the intention of the General Assembly:

  • advice, evaluation and presentation of propositions concerning of the issues for which a decision is required of the general assembly
  • decisions concerning the work programme
  • admission and resignation of members
  • conclusion of contracts.

It elects among its members a President, up to 5 vice-presidents and a treasurer.

 

Senate

The senate (or honorary committee) is consultative and composed of people who have been part, for a long time, of member organisations of Euromontana or of the secretariat, which have a reduced availability and who have demonstrated that they could bring a contribution thanks to services rendered in the past. The senate is chaired by Robert Duclos, France, who has been the first president of Euromontana.

 

President

Euromontana is currently chaired by Juan-Andres Gutierrez, for the Basque Governement (Spain).

Contact Juan-Andres Gutierrez by email president@euromontana.org

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