Terms and Conditions

Visibility

Culture Action Europe aims to put culture at the heart of the public debate and decision-making at every level – both local and European.

Please help us to increase our “connected visibility” by:

  • putting the Culture Action Europe logo on your website with a link to the CAE site
  • feeding us with more information about your organisation (such us your Facebook and Twitter account, as well as a short description of your organisation)
  • contacting us on communication@cultureactioneurope.org to know more details on how we can share news from your organisation*.

* Culture Action Europe reserves the right to publish or not the news according to its relevance for the network.

Invoicing

You will receive an invoice once per year at the beginning of the year. If your financial circumstances mean that you cannot settle the invoice within 60 days of receipt, please inform the Culture Action Europe office.

Members may resign from the Association by sending a letter to the Chairperson of the Executive Committee. In the case of a resignation notified after the third month of the financial year of the association (January to December), the membership fee for the running year remains due.

Statutes Extract

Please see below an extract of the Culture Action Europe statues relevant to membership. You can also consult CAE statutes in full ENG, FR.

  1. Members

Art.4: The Association is composed of legal entities constituted under the laws of their country of origin as well as individuals adhering to the aims of Culture Action Europe.

Art. 4.1: Each full member shall fall into one of these three categories: active members, supporting members and individual members.

Active members and supporting members are legal entities, which are registered as members of the association and have paid the respective membership fees. Individual members are individuals registered as members of the association that have paid the ‘individual membership’ fee.

Art. 4.2: Any legal entity or individual wishing to become a member of the association shall ask for membership by sending a letter to the Chairperson of the Executive Committee and the Secretary General who shall inform the Executive Committee. The application can only be refused by a decision of the Executive Committee. The proposal for refusal must be made by the Chairperson or the Secretary-General or by at least two members of the Committee itself. The decision to refuse shall be notified within a time frame of 1 month following the application of membership.

The decision of the Executive Committee in this regard cannot be appealed. Members pay an annual fee, which is determined by the Executive Committee within the framework set by the strategies adopted by the General Assembly.

Art. 4.3: Members may resign from the Association by sending a letter to the Chairperson of the Executive Committee. In the case of a resignation notified after the third month of the financial year of the association (January to December), the membership fee for the running year remains due.

The Executive Committee may deliberate the expulsion of a member of the association by a resolution approved by two thirds of the members of the Committee itself, which has to be noted in the minutes of the Association. The decision of the Executive Committee in this regard cannot be appealed.

Members who resign or whose membership has been terminated lose all rights over the Association’s assets from the date of the letter of resignation, or from the date on which the terminated membership is notified in writing to the member concerned.

Art. 4.4: Each member of the Association is entitled to vote at the General Assembly as follows:

Active members and supporting members: one vote per member.

Individual members: one vote for every one-hundred members expressed through the ‘representative(s) of the individual members’. The terms of the representation of individual members shall be determined by the Assembly on the proposal of the Executive Committee.


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