5345 RA Oss, Netherlands
+31-6-466 318 47
Chamber of Commerce (KvK) inscription:
160 13 515
Rabobank Oss e.o.
1. The foundation bears the name: (stichting) WORLD ARTISTS INITIATIVE "KHETANES" (foundation)
2. It has its seat in the Oss community.
1. The foundation aims at:
a. combating xenophobia and rise of extreme right, particularly to protect the Roma community worldwide;
b. performing all further acts with the above said in the broadest sense or purpose.
2. The foundation seeks to achieve these aims by:
- organizing cultural events and exhibitions;
- manufacturing joint products;
- identifying and mapping expressions that damage the Roma community;
3. The foundation is a non-profit.
1. The ability of the foundation may be formed by:
a. contributions of those who sympathize with the aim of the foundation;
b. contributions of those in whose interest the Foundation is working;
d. inheritance acquisitions and donations;
e. income from operations of the Foundation;
f. sales revenues of the Foundation own products;
g. all other benefits.
2. Inheritances are only accepted by the Foundation under benefit of inventory.
1. The board of the foundation consists of at least three members. The number of members of the board is, in compliance with the content of the preceding sentence, unanimously fixed by the board.
2. The Board (excluding the first board, whose members are appointed in office) shall elect a chairpersan, a secretary and a treasurer.
3. Board members are appointed for a period of three years. They step off the board in accordance with a schedule. If one member resignes a new one is appointed immediately and unrestrictedly.
The member appointed to an interim vacancy in the roster takes the place of the person whose vacancy he was appointed to.
4. Should appear one or more vacancies in the Board, then the remaining board members, or remaining board member, compose(s) a legitimate board.
5. The board members receive no compensation for their work. They are entitled to compensation of their expenditure in performance of their incurred duties.
BOARD: POWERS AND DUTIES
1. The board is responsible for managing the foundation.
2. The board is authorized to decide to enter into agreements to acquire, alienate or encumber registered property.
3. The board is not competent to decide to enter into
agreements, which the foundation itself as surety or debtor, is a third party or provides security for a debt of another party, unless the resolution is adopted unanimously by all Board members
DIRECTORS: meetings and decisions
1. The board meetings are held in the municipality where is the foundation's office situated, with the consent of the board meeting could be held elsewhere.
2. Each quarter / semester at least one meeting is held.
3.a. Meetings will also still be held if the President (chairperson) considers it desirable or if one of the other board members asks the chairperson for a meeting in a written statement specifying the questions to be discussed.
b. If the chairperson fails to comply with the request, the applicant is entitled to convene a meeting himself in compliance with the required formalities.
c. The request sub b is considered not to be complied with if the meeting is not held within three weeks after the request.
4. The announcement of the meeting shall be done - subject to paragraph 3 letter b - by the chairperson and at least seven days before the date of the meeting by means of written notices.
5. The notices indicate the time and place of the meeting and the subjects to be discussed.
6. The meetings are chaired by the chairperson; in his absence, the meeting's chairman.
7. the meeting minutes - what was discussed and decided - shall be taken by the secretary or by one of the other attendees, at the request of the chairperson of the meeting. The minutes, signed by the President and the Secretary, are approved by the board at the next meeting and as evidence of this.
8. a. The Board may decide at a meeting only if the majority of serving members are present or represented. Decisions may only be taken on agenda items.
b. However, if all Board members are present at the meeting, decisions may be passed on all of up for discussion, by a unanimous vote, even if the formalities prescribed by the Statute for convening and holding of meetings have not been observed.
c. A Board member may be represented at a meeting by a fellow board member as an authorized representative. A board member can represent with authorization only one fellow board member.
d. If at a meeting as meant under sub a the required number of the Board members is not present or represented, no earlier than two weeks but no later than four weeks after the first session, the second meeting will be held for the first meeting, agenda items may be taken regardless of the number of members present or represented.
9. The board may also adopt resolutions off-meeting if all members vote for the proposal. Such a proposal should be made in writing. A decision taken in this way, with replies enclosed and a report written by the Secretary and co-signed by the President, shall be attached to the minutes.
10. Each Board member has the right to cast a vote.
Insofar as this Statute doesn’t prescribe a larger majority, all administrative decisions shall be taken by absolute majority of votes.
A member missing voting on matters that member personally and in respect of a proposal shall not be counted in determining whether the requirement of Article 6 paragraph 8 point a (a quorum) are met.
11. All voting at meetings shall be oral or written ballot unless the chairperson or voters vote for this desire.
A ballot shall be by unsigned ballot papers.
12. Blank and invalid votes are not considered votes. Those who voted blank or spoiled are counted toward the quorum.
13. A meeting Chairperson's opinion about the outcome of the vote is decisive. If immediately after the outcome the correctness is contested, a new vote takes place when the meeting majority or, in case the original vote did not take place by roll call or in writing, a person entitled to vote so requires. This new vote shall be void of the original vote.
BOARD: TERMINATION OF BOARD MEMBERSHIP
1. Board membership ends:
a. by death of a board member;
b. by end of the possibly fixed term of appointment;
c. by retirement or by rotation;
d. loss of the right to freely dispose of his property;
e. by written resignation in accordance with a reasonable time;
f. by dismissal the court under Article 298 of the Civil Code Book 2.
2. A board member may also be dismissed by decision of the other board members. If there are only two board members in office, such a decision may not be taken.
If there are three board members in office, a decision by general vote of the other board members to be taken.
If there are more than three board members in office than the decision requires a majority of two thirds of the votes. The board member in question shall first be given an opportunity to be heard on the proposed decision.
3. A board member may be suspended by decision of the board. The decision can only be passed at a meeting at which at least two thirds of the number of board members are present or represented. The suspension that within ten days is not followed by redundancy expires at the end of that period.
1. The foundation is represented by the board.
2. The representation shall also apply to two board members acting jointly.
3. The board may authorize one or more board members, as well as third parties, to the foundation within the limits of power of attorney.
4. Against an act contrary to the Article 5 paragraph 3 an appeal can be lodged against third parties.
1. "Member" (participant) in this statute means individuals who are over the age of eighteen years, support the objective of the foundation and implement the decisions of the board.
The board decides on admission, suspension and dismissal of a participant.
The procedure for admission, suspension and dismissal shall be developed in a specially drafted regulations.
2. "Council of participants" in this statute means the entity formed by the participants.
3. The council of participants shall:
- solicite and unsolicite advice to the board on the policy to be followed;
- help to establish an annual plan and annual program.
4. Participants implement the annual plan of the foundation or its autonomous parts.
5. The council of participants suggests, in consultation with the board of the foundation a regulation which may not be in conflict with provisions of this statute.
6. Participants shall meet at least once a year. It is convened by a request as is specified in the regulations referred above under 5.
Decisions shall be valid if at the participants meeting are present two-thirds of members of the foundation.
1. At least once a year, a combined meeting of the board members and participants shall be held.
In this meeting, council of participants presents:
- the financial statements;
- annual plan;
- the annual program.
2. The meeting is chaired by the chairperson of the board. In the event of his absence, a deputy chairperson of the board.
3. General meetings will also continue to be held when the board considers it appropriate.
4. An announcement of the meeting and the meeting's seat shall be made in written notice by the chairperson of the board at least eight weeks before the date of the meeting.
5. The notice indicates the time and place of the meeting and the subjects to be discussed.
6. About what was discussed and decided in the meetings minutes shall be prepared by the secretary or by one of the other attendees, at the request of the chairperson of the meeting. The minutes shall be adopted at the next meeting and as an evidence of this be signed by the chairperson and the secretary.
7.a. The board can only take decisions at a combined meeting if the majority of the serving members or their representatives are present. Decisions may only be taken on agenda items.
b. However, if all Board members are present at the meeting, decisions may be taken on all subjects in agenda or coming up for discussion, by a unanimous vote.
c. A board member may be represented at a meeting by a fellow board member as authorized representative. A board member may entrust only other board member as his trustee.
8. Each board member the right to cast a vote.
Insofar as this statute doesn’t prescribe a larger majority, all administrative decisions shall be taken by absolute majority of votes.
A member has no voting rights on matters that concern this member personally and his vote in respect to a proposal on such matters is not counted.
9. All voting at meetings shall be oral or written ballot unless the chairman or one of the voters vote for desire of written ballot.
A ballot shall be by unsigned ballot papers.
10. Blank and invalid votes are not considered votes. Those who voted blank or spoiled are counted toward the quorum.
11. The meeting Chairman's expressed opinion about the outcome of the vote is decisive. If immediately after the outcome the correctness is contested, then a new vote take place when the majority of the meeting or, in case the original vote did not take place by roll call or in writing, a person entitled to vote so requires. This new vote shall be void of the original vote.
FINANCIAL YEAR AND ANNUAL BUDGET
2. The regulations may not be in conflict with law this Statute.
1. The board may establish (settle) committees formed whether or not by participants.
The members of the committee are appointed and dismissed by the board.
2. The task of this committee(s) may be controlled by its settler in a strict method.
2. The change must, on pain of nullity, be notarized. Every single board member is authorized for the the relevant deed.
DISSOLUTION AND LIQUIDATION
2. The foundation will continue to exist after its dissolution to the extent that liquidation of its assets.
7. After the liquidation the books are kept for seven years by the youngest liquidator.
. During liquidation the provisions of thie Statute and any regulations are in force.