Articles Of Association Of The "foundation Of Democratic Youth" (Annex To The Arrangement On The Establishment Of The "foundation Of Democratic Youth"

Original Language Title: Satzung der "Stiftung Demokratische Jugend" (Anlage zur Anordnung über die Errichtung der "Stiftung Demokratische Jugend"

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The Statutes of the "Foundation of Democratic Youth" (annex to the Order on the Establishment of the "Democratic Youth Foundation"

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DJPin Sa

Date of departure: 20.07.1990

Full quote:

"Statutes of the" Foundation of Democratic Youth "(annex to the arrangement on the establishment of the" Democratic Youth Foundation " of 20 November). July 1990 (GBl. GDR 1990 I p. 1473) "

Footnote

In the joined area, the law of the former was the former. German Democratic Republic gem. Appendix II. X Sachg. B Sect. I No 1 in accordance with d. Art. 9 EinigVtr v. 31.8.1990 iVm Art. 1 G v. 23.9.1990 II 885, 1219 mWv 3.10.1990.
(+ + + Text of the AnO on the establishment of the "Democratic Youth Foundation" see: DJPin AnO + + +)
(+ + + Text credits from: 3.10.1990 + + +) Non-official Table of contents

§ 1 Name and seat

The foundation is named "Stiftung Democrat Jugend". It is an independent foundation under public law and has its headquarters in Berlin. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Foundation purpose

(1) The purpose of the foundation is to promote youth work in the GDR and/or to promote youth work in the GDR. in which, on this Territory forming territories.(2) In particular,
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political education and political Co-responsibility,
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The economic initiative of young people and their participation in trade unions and professional organizations,
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the interest representation during training,
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the commitment to protect the environment, health, of peace, human rights, etc. non-profit goals,
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the cultural offspring and the offer of non-commercial cultural events,
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Youth Exchange and International Encounters.
(3) Support is provided according to the principle of help for self-help, provided that suitable carriers are available for implementation. In addition, the Board of Management decides in which way the purpose of the Foundation is to be achieved. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Municipal benefit

The foundation is self-employed; it pursues exclusively and directly charitable purposes. Funds of the Foundation may only be used for the purposes set out in § 2. No favours may be made which are foreign to the purpose of the foundation. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Foundation assets

(1) The foundation is endowed with 20 million DM at the time of its construction. Additional voluntary contributions by the founder, the nature and level of which the founder decides on the basis of his/her discretion, are grown.(2) The ongoing work of the Foundation shall be financed from income and interest from this property, as well as from donations and other donations. Investments within the meaning of the Foundation's purpose may be financed from the Foundation's assets, provided that its scope is not diminuded by this.(3) The annual financial statements of the Foundation shall be carried out by an independent auditor. His report shall be submitted to the Board of Trustees and to the competent supervisory authorities. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Benefits

(1) Benefits may be granted for one-time or recurrent measures or permanent Facilities for youth work. Such measures or facilities which appear to be eligible for the Management Board are supported.(2) Services shall be granted by the Management Board upon request by decision. Each member of the Executive Board has the right to apply. Requests for assistance shall be addressed to the Management Board or to the representatives of the Management Board.(3) In the event of its decision, the Management Board shall act in accordance with the purpose of the foundation's decision in accordance with its discretion. Within the scope of this discretionary margin, its decisions cannot be challenged by the authorities or by the courts.(4) All services shall be provided voluntarily and with the possibility of revocation. There is no legal right to grant endowment funds. Entitlement to benefit can only arise on the basis of written performance commitments of the Foundation, but not by invoking equal treatment or on the basis of benefits already granted on several occasions.(5) The Foundation may not favour a person through administrative expenditure which is foreign to the purpose of the foundation or by disproportionately high remuneration. Members of the Board of Trustees and the Board of Trustees do not receive any benefits beyond an expense allowance and a reimbursement of their costs. The Board of Management shall decide on the amount of the allowance. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Board of Directors

(1) The body of the Foundation is the Executive Board. It consists of a Chairman of the Executive Board, a deputy of the Chairman and two other members.(2) The Minister for Youth and Sport convenes the first board of directors. The Board of Management shall appoint persons who have already earned the foundation for the purpose of the Foundation's purpose. If a member of the Management Board fails or does not take up his duties, the Executive Board shall have to appoint a successor in a unanimous decision within four weeks.(3) The Management Board shall administer the Foundation in accordance with the Foundation's purpose and its Articles of Association. This includes, in particular, decision-making on the award and withdrawal of funding, the management of the Foundation's assets, the preparation of the economic plan and the preparation of the annual accounts.(4) The Foundation shall be represented by two members of the Management Board under which the Chairperson or his deputy must be represented in court and out of court.(5) The Management Board shall adopt its rules of procedure. It shall take decisions by a simple majority. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees advises the Board of Management and supervises compliance with the Foundation's purpose. It consists of ten representatives of various social groups that operate youth work. The members of the board of trustees are appointed by the board of directors for three years.
The Board of Trustees elects a speaker with a two-thirds majority. This may require the Board of Executive Directors to inspect all documents of the Foundation.
The Board of Trustees meets at least once a year. Extraordinary meetings can be decided by the board of trustees with a two-thirds majority or convened by the board of directors.
The Board of Trustees may make recommendations to the Executive Board by a simple majority.
The Board of Management may delegate tasks to the Board of Trustees if it agrees. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Management Board

The Executive Board can appoint general managers to manage the Foundation's business activities, which are responsible for the decisions of the board. Fiscal year is the calendar year. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Subject and legal supervision

Subject to a future legal regulation, the Ministry of Youth and Sports the subject of professional and legal supervision. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Change of sentence, resolution

Changes in the statutes may only be unanimously approved by the Executive Board in the sense of the Foundation's purpose , and require the approval of the Foundation's Supervisory Authority.
Changes in the statutes that become necessary due to future foundation law shall be inserted into the statutes by the Management Board, while respecting the will of the benefactor.
At the dissolution of the Foundation, the assets shall be equal to the countries in which the Foundation operates in accordance with § 2. It shall be used by the supreme youth authorities of those countries within the meaning of the purpose limitation referred to in § 2.