Statute approved october 14, 2019 (italian language)



Old statute

approved January 30, 2003

amended June 19, 2006

Article 1 E ‘formed, with headquarters in Bologna, the Institute Historical Parri Emilia-Romagna.

It is part, as a partner, the National Institute for the History of the Liberation Movement in Italy “Ferruccio Parri.

Article 2 The Institute bases its activities on the values underlying the resistance and expressed by the Republican Constitution and the ideals of anti-fascism, democracy, freedom and cultural pluralism. Its aims are:

a. promote, also in agreement and collaboration with others, studies and research in contemporary history, particularly in regional

b. collect, preserve and enhance the sources for contemporary history, with particular attention to the history of the liberation movement in Emilia-Romagna, and age of anti-Republican

c. activities of public cultural service and dissemination of history;

d. undertaking training and updating of teachers, research, mediation and counseling education, in collaboration or in agreement with local authorities, schools, and with the world of education and training.

Article 3 The Institute is sorted based association and representation.

They include as members of law:

a. members of the Committee for the Liberation of regional and Cumer (Command only soldier Emilia-Romagna) and nine representatives of the associations partisan (ANPI, FIAP, FIVL);

b. President of the Regional Council or his nominee;

c. presidents of provincial governments, or their delegates;

d. the mayors of provincial capitals, or their delegates;

e. the mayors of the municipalities in the region decorated for valor in the Resistance, or their delegates;

f. a representative of the public administration responsible for the State Archives and a representative of the military authority in the territory;

g. the presidents of each of the institutes associated all’Insmli local historians of the Resistance, or their delegate;

h. one representative from each of the following institutions: Istituto “Alcide Cervi” Museum of deportation based in Carpi, Museum of the battle of the Senio, based in Alfonsine, Historical Park of Monte Sole Peace School Foundation of Monte Sole, the Regional Committee of the honored to the fallen of Marzabotto, Casa Oriani;

i. one representative of each of the universities in the region, designated by their rector.

Belong also ordinary members of the Institute as all those persons or entities, which in their application or for self-determination the Board decided to accept.

Article 4 Ordinary members are required to pay the annual fee fixed by the board.

Article 5 Membership is lost for acts incompatible with observance of the purposes of this statute or conflicting with the moral values of the Resistance.

Article 6 of the Institute are:

   1. assembly of shareholders;

   2. b. Governing Council;
3. c. President;
4. d. the college of auditors.

Article 7 The general meeting:

a. determine the guidelines of the Institute, even second multi-annual programs;

b. vote, the budget and final accounts and decides on moral report;

c. elect the elected members of the Governing Council

d. appoint the Board of auditors, unless the President who is appointed by the Emilia-Romagna;

e. acting on status change.

It meets in ordinary session at least once a year and whenever the Board deems necessary or upon request reasoned quarter of the members.

The Assembly is validly constituted on first call when this is half plus one of members, and second call, which will take place the same day of the first, whatever the number of those present, provided it is given prior notice in the paper convened.

Resolutions are taken by absolute majority of those present except for amendments to the statute for which the necessary two-thirds majority of those present.

Proxies are allowed between members, with a maximum of one for each member.

Article 8 The Board is composed of 15 members chosen from among leading scientists and cultural operators in the private and public sector with significant experience in the fields of competence of the Institute. Of these, two are appointed by the Emilia-Romagna, two from the Municipality of Bologna, a University of Bologna, and one by partisan groups. The remaining members are elected by the members.

Elected members of the council have resigned or otherwise prevented permanently to participate in the activities of the Institute are being replaced by co-option. So co-opted members shall expire at the end of the board that appointed them.

The Governing Council remains in office for 3 years.

It is for the Governing Council Rule 9:

a. elect from among its members a chairman and vice chairman;

b. appoint the director, secretary, treasurer, and the heads of sectors of activity, and determine the tasks and any remuneration;

c. treating the implementation of the resolutions of the Shareholders and, according to the directives received from, develop programs and plans for scientific work and publishing;

d. set the fees;

e. prepare the budget and balance sheet, and the moral report;

f. decide on the acceptance of new members under Article. 3 and exclude members in cases under Art. 5;

g. resolve internal regulations;

h. hire and fire employees, and contracts for collaboration and advice;

i. appoint, in consultation with the director, the scientific research and the necessary scientific advisory bodies;

l. appoint the representatives of the Institute at other institutions;

m. take any action it deems appropriate for the conduct of the Institute and for the implementation of its goals.

Article 10 The Council shall meet at least four times a year and however many times as the Chairman deems appropriate or request is made in writing by at least one third of the members.

The Board shall be effective with the presence of a majority of its members.

The resolutions to be valid, must be adopted by a majority of those present, in case of a tie vote of the president.

Article 11 The president is the legal representative of the Institute.

In cases of emergency measures may take the responsibility of the Governing Council, with the obligation to submit the same in the first subsequent meeting.

In the event of his absence or when its functions are exercised by the vice president, and in the absence of these senior member of the Governing Council.

Article 12 The Director of the

a. ensures that the operations of the Institute is always inspired by the purposes set out in Article. 2;

b. by the operation of the program and by deliberate plan by the Governing Council which shall report on the activities carried out;

c. coordinates the services of the Institute, is responsible for overseeing the activities of staff and administration;

d. participates in an advisory capacity, meetings of the Governing Council.

Article 13 The board of auditors shall be appointed under Article. 8 and remains in office for 3 years.

Verify the correctness of records and accounting operations, carry evidence of cash, checks the results of budget and balance sheet, reporting back to the shareholders.

Article 14 The Institute may avail itself of employees, collaborators, consultants and fellows. May also secure command and seconded by public and private use them in activities related to their professional profiles.

Article 15 The assets of the Institute consists of:

a. heritage books and documents on any medium;

b. equipment and furnishings which is fitted;

c. bequests and donations;

d. shares of members;

e. grant awarded by the Emilia Romagna and other public bodies under the legislation in force;

f. the contribution given by the National Institute for the History of the liberation movement in Italy;

g. contributions from other entities and individuals;

h. proceeds of the Institute.

Article 16 The dissolution of the Institute can be resolved only by a vote of at least two thirds of the members.

With the decision to dissolve the shareholders’ meeting decides on the devolution of social activities, subject to the rights of the State under the law.

Article 17 The fiscal year runs from 1 January to 31 December.

18 (Final Rule) shall remain annuities, law, members who were appointed under Article annuities. 7, lett. A of the former approved on 22 June 1966.