Annex A STATUTE OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL PROMOTION "TUR.ACCE.S. ACCESSIBLE TOURISM PROMOTION AND SOCIAL"
Article 1 (Name and headquarters) On October 23, 2009 was established, under the Law of 7 December 2000, n. 383, of Law December 24, 2004, n.30, the Regional Regulation of 20 October 2005 1, as amended, the Association of Social Promotion called "TUR.ACCE.S. - ACCESSIBLE TOURISM PROMOTION AND SOCIAL" (in short "TUR.ACCE.S."). The Association's registered office is in Genoa, Corso Alessandro De Stefanis 239r - 241r. The Association is unlimited. Article 2 (Purpose) The association was founded in order to perform public benefit activities for members or third parties, non-profit and in full respect of the freedom and dignity of the members, according to the principles of democracy and equality. Association aims in particular: "Promote initiatives and cultural projects, education and training, promotion, information, support, disclosure, participation, research and updating related to accessible tourism and social, based on principles of democracy, solidarity and ethics, in order to raise awareness and personal growth of the community encounter with the other, in all its dimensions; "Engage and motivate as many people and organizations, both in Italy and abroad in order to increase the quality of services aimed at people with special needs; "Promote the integration of people with disabilities by improving their quality of life through travel, cultural and group activities, in conditions of equality and dignity, in order to ensure ever greater possibilities for participation in the experience of the visit and the journey of ' meeting with new realities, leisure and entertainment as an essential integral human experience for the cultural growth, psychological and social individual; "Promote a culture of acceptance and solidarity, which sees in diversity, present in every person, a possible source of wealth; "Involve associations, promoting opportunities for partnership in projects and transnational cooperation initiatives supported by the European Union to promote the right to mobility for all and increase the possibility of sharing experiences and living in member countries.
Article 3 (Activities) In order to pursue its institutional purposes, the Association has so prevalent personal performance, voluntary and free of their members and can arrange activities such as: "Organization, implementation and participation in initiatives, events and meetings, such as presentations, lectures, conferences, seminars, meetings, debates, conferences, exhibitions, tours, exhibitions, fairs, shows, theme nights, shows, and other public initiatives aimed at knowledge, and deepening the discussion on cultural, social, environmental, political, economic and production covering the world of affordable and social tourism; "Creation and management of publishing, information technology and electronic communication including databases and cataloging in compliance with privacy regulations, through study of the area in order to identify possible routes, places, cities, countries, etc; "Travel arrangements to the extent permitted by law 383/2000 and other applicable laws; "Creating and joining networks, partnerships between stakeholders at national and / or international level, consulting and services organization to promote the accessibility of facilities, events and local initiatives; "Establishment of training and professional update on accessible tourism and social classes, to address the problems of persons with special needs, in collaboration with various national and foreign institutions and associations already active in the sector, aimed at public and private tourism operators, retailers , the hotel schools, volunteers engaged in events and cultural and sports events, etc; "Realization of meetings, study, research, fundraising and of goods, also in collaboration with organizations with similar objectives, with scholars, experts and public administrations; "Conclusion of contracts and agreements with public and private bodies for the performance of activities provided by the Statute in favor of its members and third parties.
Article 4 (Members) They are eligible to be part of the Association all those who, adhering to the institutional aims of the same, wish to work together to achieve them and accept the rules adopted by the statute and regulations. Admission Association is decided by the Board upon written request from the applicant in which they must indicate their full identity. The processing of personal data acquired upon registration and during the Association of membership is aimed at the establishment and management of the associative link; these data can not be communicated or disclosed to third parties without the express authorization of the person subject to the communications required for compliance with the law and for the purchase of insurance policies. When admitting the shareholder agrees to pay the annual membership fee in the amount established by the Board and approved by the Assembly and to respect the content of the Statute and regulations issued. Members of the Association TUR.ACCE.S. - ACCESSIBLE TOURISM PROMOTION AND SOCIAL can be: - Founding members: those who spoke to the association's constitution, are entitled to vote they are eligible for office, their quality of members has character perpetuity. It is not subject to annual registration, but only to the payment of dues. - Active Members: those who have sought and obtained the qualification of membership to the Executive Council. They are entitled to vote and are eligible for office. Their quality of active members is subject to payment of dues. - Sympathizers Members: those who have paid the annual fee established by the Board. They have the right to use the services offered by the Association and to participate in activities organized by itself. It is not permissible temporary membership to the Association; the membership fee is not transmissible.
Article 5 (Rights and obligations of members) All adult members have voting rights and are entitled to vote and be elected. All members have the right to information and monitoring in accordance with the laws and this Statute; in particular, members have the right of access to documents, resolutions, budgets, reports and records of the Association. The member shall in no way be paid, but will only be entitled to reimbursement of expenses actually incurred for service provided, using the Association of mainly made voluntarily and free of its members. The Association may, in case of special need, hire employees or make use of self-employed work or other legally recognized, even resorting to their members. The social behavior towards other members and towards the outside of the Association must be animated by a spirit of solidarity and based on principles of fairness, good faith, honesty, probity and moral rigor, in accordance with this Statute and the program guidelines issued .
Article 6 (Withdrawal and exclusion of a member) The Association member can withdraw by giving written notice to the President. A member may be excluded from the case where the non-payment of dues will be sure to 6 (six) months from the payment term requested. The shareholder may also be excluded for failure to comply with this statute and any rules of procedure, for misconduct against the Association, for creating moral damage and / or material to the Association; in these cases the social exclusion is decided by the Board and ratified by the Assembly; the resolution of exclusion, containing the reasons for detention, is communicated in writing to. The members who have withdrawn and / or excluded may not demand the return of contributions paid or have any rights to the assets of the Association.
Article 7 (Corporate Bodies) The bodies of the Association are: a) General Meeting; b) Board of Directors; c) President. All membership positions are unpaid and elective.
Article 8 (Shareholders' Meeting) The Assembly is the sovereign body, made up of the founding members, actual and sympathizers. The Assembly is convened at least once a year by the President or whoever takes their place through: 1. written notice to be sent by letter, fax, e-mail or telegram to members at least ten days before the date set for the meeting; 2. notice posted in the premises of the office at least twenty days before the date set for the meeting. The Assembly must also be convened: 1. when the Executive Council deems necessary; 2. When at least one-tenth of the members. The notices must contain the date, the agenda of the work and the venue where the meeting is held. The meeting is chaired by the President or his delegate appointed among the members of the Board. The Assembly can be ordinary or extraordinary. And 'the extraordinary meeting called for the amendment of the statutes, the decision to transfer the registered office or the dissolution of the Association. And 'ordinary in all other cases. The Ordinary Assembly is valid on first call with the presence of a majority of members with voting rights; on second call, to be held at least the day after the first call, whatever the number of those present. The General Assembly has authority to resolve on the following aspects: 1. Election of the President and the Executive Council; 2. proposition of initiatives, with relative indication of modes and organizational support; 3. Approval of the budget / estimate report and annual accounts, prepared by the Executive Council; 4. entity's approval of the annual membership fee, established by the Executive Council; 5. Ratification of the deliberate exclusion of members from the Board of Directors; 6. Approval of the Association's annual program, drawn up and proposed by the Executive Council. The Ordinary Resolutions are passed by a majority of those present or represented by proxy. Ratings have expressed an open vote, except those relating to aspects relating to a person or in any case in which the Assembly considers it appropriate. Each member is entitled to one vote and may present a maximum of 2 proxies. The Extraordinary General Meeting has authority to resolve on the following aspects: 1. Approval of amendments to the Statute or transfer of the registered office, with the presence of at least two-thirds of the members and the favorable vote of a majority of those present; 2. dissolution of the Association and the devolution of the remaining assets, with the favorable vote of at least three-quarters of the members. They are entitled to attend the meetings, to vote and to be elected all registered members, provided in compliance with the payment of dues. The discussions and the resolutions Ordinary and Extraordinary Shareholders are summarized in a report drawn up by the Secretary or by a specially appointed member of the Assembly. The minutes shall be signed by the President and by the writer and is transcribed in a register kept by the secretary in the office of the Association. Each member is entitled to consult the minutes of the sessions and to request a copy.
Article 9 (Executive Council) The Association is administered by a Board of Directors elected by and composed of six (6) members. The members of the Executive Board serve four (4) years and may be reappointed. The office of Director was held without charge. The convening of the Board is decided by the Chairman or the request and automatically called by one third of members of the Board itself. The Governing Council shall act by an absolute majority of those present. The Executive Council: 1. performs all acts of ordinary and extraordinary administration; 2. draw up and submit to the Assembly the amount of the annual membership fee; 3. draw up and present to the Assembly the annual program of activities of the Association; 4. draw up and present to the Assembly the budget / estimate report and annual accounts; 5. decides on the admission of new members; 6. decides on the exclusion of members, save the next Assembly for ratification. The meetings of the Board are legally constituted with the presence of a majority of its members. Within the Executive Board the following are foreseen: 1) President (elected by the Assembly); 2) Vice President (elected from among the Board of Directors); 3) Treasurer (elected from among the Board of Directors); 4) Secretary (elected from among the Board of Directors).
Article 10 (President of the Association) The President of the Association is elected by the shareholders, remains in office for 4 (four) years and may be reelected. The President is the legal representative and held the office for free. The President convenes and presides over the General Meeting and the Board of Directors, and in case of convening ordinary and extraordinary. The Chairman, on an autonomous power of ordinary administration and, after deliberation by the Board of Directors, the power of extraordinary administration. The President may delegate the signature for individual acts and conduct of operations related to the management of bank accounts and / or money. Such proxies must be recorded in written documents and specific resolutions. In case of necessity and urgency, take the measures of competence of the Board of Directors and subjected to ratification at the next meeting.
Article 11 (Vice President of the Association) The Vice President of the Association replaces the President in case of absence or legitimate impediment.
Article 12 (Treasurer) The Treasurer is responsible for the administrative and financial management of the Association concerning the financial year and the bookkeeping. It provides for the preparation of financial statements / reports and final estimate on the basis of the decisions made by the Council.
Article 13 (Secretary) The Secretary shall keep the minutes of the meetings, maintains the social and accounting books, the costs shall be paid on the mandate of the Executive Council, with the collection of dues, shall ensure that the deliberations of the Executive Council, performs tasks delegated by the President.
Article 14 (Financial resources) The Association has financial and administrative autonomy and draws economic resources for its operation and for the conduct of activities by: a) membership fees and contributions of the members, the entity established annually by the Board and approved by the Assembly; b) inheritances, gifts and bequests; c) contributions from the State, the regions, local bodies, organizations or public institutions, also aimed at supporting specific programs implemented and documented as part of its statutory objectives; d) the European Union and contributions to international organizations; e) revenue arising from the provision of agreed services; f) donations of members and third parties; g) income from sales of goods and services to associates and third parties, including by carrying out economic activities of commercial, craft or other activities in an auxiliary and subsidiary and not aimed at achieving the institutional objectives; h) income from promotional initiatives aimed at self-financing, such as parties and subscriptions also awards; i) other income compatible with the social associations of social promotion. The administration of the heritage lies with the Association's Board of Directors. The Association was held, for at least three years, retain documentation, with details of the lending entities relating to economic resources due to: inheritance, gifts and bequests, contributions from the State, Regions, Local Authorities, Bodies or public institutions, also aimed at supporting specific programs implemented and documented as part of its statutory objectives, the European Union and contributions to international organizations, revenue from the provision of agreed services, from supplying goods and services to associates and third parties, and , with regard to donations of members and third parties, to the preservation of documents regarding donations, if aimed at tax deductions and the deduction from taxable income. In the event of dissolution, termination or settlement, the Association, after the liquidation, has the obligation to devolve the remaining assets for the purpose of social utility. The proceeds from the assets, any profits, funds, capital reserves and surplus funds can not be distributed among the associates and collaborators that even indirectly during the life, subject to the use or distribution imposed by law .
Article 15 (Financial year and financial statements / reporting) The fiscal year is from January 1 through December 31 of each year. The budget / expenditure accounts shall be prepared by the Executive Council, it shall be deposited at the headquarters of at least twenty days before the Assembly and may be inspected by any member. The approval of the budget Assembly / statement must be held within 4 (four) months of the year end, except in exceptional cases, in occasion of which can be held no later than six (6) months. From the budget / expenditure accounts shall show the assets, contributions and bequests received. Any operating surplus can not be distributed among the members but must be allocated to institutional activities provided for in the statute of the Association.
Article 16 (Dissolution of the Association) The resolution of dissolution is passed by in extraordinary session, the favorable vote of at least three quarters of the members. The shareholders acting by the dissolution of the Association shall appoint one or more liquidators and decides on the disposition of assets left over from the liquidation itself. The assignment of any remaining assets will be made for purposes of public utility in favor of the promotion of similar purposes Social Associations, heard the third paragraph of Article 190 of the Law of 23 December 1996 n.662 control body. Article 17 (Final Provisions) Although not expressly provided for herein, the provisions contained in the Civil Code and the laws in force. This Statute was approved by an EGM on October 23, 2009 and subsequent amendments approved by the Extraordinary Shareholders' Meeting on July 7, 2014. Genoa, July 7, 2014