ENSI has the following organisational structures:
- Annual General Meeting (AGM)
- Executive Committee
- Project Leaders
Annual General Meeting (AGM)
The AGM is ENSI’s highest decision-making body and is composed of the Coordinators who are appointed by the member countries.
The AGM shall annually draw up and review ENSI's Programme of Work and its financial matters.
It shall also:
- elect the Chairperson and the Treasurer
- decide on the seat of the ENSI Secretariat based on proposals from participating countries.
A decision-making quorum within the AGM is reached when at least one half
of the members are present. Decisions are taken by a 2/3 majority.
The Executive Committee
The Chairperson, the Vice-Chairperson, and the Treasurer form the Executive Committee.
The position of Vice Chair is held by the Coordinator of the country which hosts the Secretariat.
The position of Treasurer should be held by a representative from a country which does not host the Secretariat.
The Executive Committee manages ENSI business in collaboration with the Secretariat, and has the following responsibilities:
- the day-to-day management of ENSI i.n.p.a.
- representation of ENSI i.n.p.a. in all judicial and extra-judicial affairs
- annual submission to the General Assembly of the preceeding year’s balance sheet and the budget for the following year for approval
- convoking the General Assembly
- drawing up of the agenda for the General Assembly
- reception of any member resignations.
The Executive Committee shall meet at least once a year. Minutes shall be drawn up of every meeting, signed by the president of the Executive Committee and deposited in a register for inspection for all statutory and associate members.
The Association shall consist of effective members and associate members.
For further information concerning the ENSI network or current projects
You can contact the responsible member of the Executive Committee. -show the executive committee
Project leaders are members of the Executive Committee. They are responsible for the reporting and budgeting of their particular project. Project leaders are, therefore, obliged to take part in the meeting and must report at short notice with an update after each project meeting for the newsletter.