It ‘consists of the Institute of International Politics Calabrese, later called the Institute.

The Institute is located The Institute is located in Rende, Via Sandro Pertini c / o Commercial Metropolis – scale P – second floor; may establish branch offices worldwide.

The Institute aims scientific research, training, upgrading and retraining and the promotion of university education aimed at the promotion and development of the territories in an international spirit face to the establishment of a just and peaceful attitude of the community internationally to help increase the possibility of an evolution of all regions of the world towards forms of supranational organization, towards democratic freedoms, towards economic progress and social justice.
The Institute operates independently and free from conditioning.

The Institute also aims:

a. to promote and ensure the publication of studies on political, legal, economic and social aspects of the international community;

b. to promote study, research and culture in the fields of legal sciences, environmental, physical and mathematical, natural, of techno-science and historical sciences, social and human, as well as industrial policies and EU trade and international;

c. to provide, even with periodic publications, documentation, and discussion of the activities of international organizations, to ensure that national and international diffusion of the currents of thought and points of view, official, individual and private, occurring in regions of the world about international issues;

d. to organize conferences, seminars, lectures and public discussions to promote knowledge of international problems and support the formation of a movement in public opinion in favor of the International Institute;

and. to facilitate the preparation and finalization of the various interested groups, and particularly young people, on international problems and international organizations through training and specialization;

f. to promote, also with the award of prizes, scholarships and grants, scientific research and the deepening of knowledge in the field of the international organization on the part of scholars and young people;

g. provide to the competent bodies for international relations contribute to the study and documentation; to collaborate with regional, national, foreign and international, with similar purposes, and join federations, committees and other bodies associative international character;

h. to promote and carry out supporting the local economy through international initiatives to promote the skills of globalization of local businesses and at the same time to encourage domestic and international investment in the region

i. performing functions of support and promotion of the general interests of the local economy;

j. to provide scientific advice, research programs, development of projects and the provision of services to its members as well as to public and private;

k. to encourage forms of support and promotion for young researchers and graduate students;

l. to achieve its objectives, the Institute may also attach to other entities, in particular of a university or para-university;

m. The Institute works in a spirit of mutual cooperation with Italian and foreign universities, in line with the specialty of the same institution, and other scientific and cultural centers, national and international relevant part of the programs of the Institute;

n. The Institute actively supports the promotion of cultural identities and traditions, opening the regional cultures, domestic and foreign;

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1. The Institute is an association of private and not-for-profit organization.

2. With full management autonomy, administrative and scientific programming, it directs its activities according to specific multi-annual programs and annual budgets.


1. The members of the Institute are divided into:

a. founders

b. supporting members

c. ordinary members

d. Honorary members

2. The founding members, supporters and ordinary those entities, public or private, or people who contribute annual installments of not less than those established by the General Meeting on the proposal of the Board of Directors.

3. Honorary members are those organizations, public or private, or individuals such as the Board of Directors proposes to the AGM. Honorary members shall be excluded from the payment of annual membership fees.

4. The Board of Directors reserves the right to review and, if accepted, membership fees to be paid by means different from the mere payment of cash.

5. New applications for membership are approved by the Board of Directors.

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The bodies of the Institute:

a. the Shareholders’ Meeting

b. the Board of Directors

c. the Chairman of the Board of Directors

d. the Director

and. the Board of Auditors

f. the Scientific Committee

g. See the Directors of Laboratories and Research Centers

h. Laboratories and Research Centers

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1. The General Assembly shall meet in ordinary or extraordinary. The sessions can participate, in an advisory, the supporters, the directors of scientific areas and the members of the Scientific Committee.

2. The Assembly is convened by the Chairman of the Board of Directors at least once a year, within six months of the end of the year.

The Assembly is also called, always by the President of the Executive Council, if so requested, in writing, stating the agenda items, by:

a. at least one third of the members of the Executive Council, or

b. the Board of Auditors, in matters within its competence, or

c. at least one-tenth of the members.

3. The call is in writing; must indicate the order of the day, the date, time and place of the meeting and must be sent to shareholders at least fifteen days before the day of the session.

4. The Assembly, for serious reasons and for reasons of functionality, it can also be held outside the headquarters of the Institute.

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1. Assembly ordinary meeting has the following tasks:

a. the appointment of members of the Board and the Board of Auditors and the fixing of their compensation;

b. the approval of the annual budget with the related reports, including the report forecast.

c. the approval of the Institute’s internal rules prepared by the Board of Directors;

d. the examination of all the points of the agenda of the Assembly whose treatment has been appointed by the Board or by the Statutory Auditors.

2. The Assembly in special session is responsible for assessing:

a. amendment of the statutes;

b. dissolution of the association;

c. the loss of membership, which is approved by an extraordinary meeting on the proposal of the Board of Directors by a majority vote of two-thirds of those present, occurs in cases of non-payment of dues, espresso withdrawal and / or for serious reasons harmful to the image of the Institute or in violation of the Statute;

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1. Each member is entitled to one vote. May attend the Meeting the shareholders who are in good standing with the payment of the membership fee.

2. The validity of the resolutions of the Assembly is subject to the presence of half plus one of the members. In the second call the validity of the resolutions of the Assembly is subject to the presence of at least one third of the members.

3. The Assembly in ordinary session acting by a simple majority; in special session by a qualified majority of two thirds of those present. Relating to the dissolution of the association, the shareholders decide with the consent of three-quarters of the members.

4. Each shareholder entitled to attend the Meeting may be represented, by written proxy, by another person.

The participation of legal persons is via the legal representative or attorney, unless delegation of these according to the above provisions. The same person can not represent more than one partner in the Assembly, expressing more than two votes, including his own.

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1. The President of the Board presides over the Assembly. In case of absence or impediment of the latter, the meeting shall be chaired by the Vice President or, in the absence of this, by the oldest of the members present.

2. At the proposal of the President the Assembly shall appoint a secretary and, where appropriate, at least two scrutineers.

3. For each meeting of the Assembly shall be drawn up within one month, the minutes signed by the President and the Secretary. Each member has the right to inspect these records at the Institute.

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1. The Board of Directors is composed of a quarter to three members of the Magellan Project; for a quarter to three members from the participating University or Faculty members who request it; three members, including two representatives of local authorities and one of supra-municipal administrations; by a representative member of an international organization; one member representing private entities.

2. As regards the election of the members belonging to the areas a part of the university, municipal and supra-municipal, international organizations, and private entities, each area will show the list of collegiate reference components within the Board of Directors providing for a possible shifts year.

3. The number of members of the Board of Directors may vary because of the need enlargement of the Institute, not exceeding, in any case, the number of 12 members.

4. Honorary members may attend meetings of the Board of Directors, without voting rights.

5. The Director and the Chairman of the Scientific Committee attend meetings of the Executive Committee without the right to vote;

6. ‘The participation by written proxy.

7. The Board of Directors remains in office for five years and is re-elected.

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1. The President is the legal representative of the Institute and is elected by the Board of Directors from among its members.

2. The Board of Directors shall also elect the Vice President from its members. The Vice-President shall assume the obligations and duties of the President in case of temporary absence or inability to attend. If the impediment was permanent, we will proceed to the election of a new President.

3. The President shall develop guidelines for the structure and scientific management of the Institute. The President may take urgent decisions or activities can not be delayed, but will have to submit to the Council at the first meeting for ratification.

4. The President may also appoint its delegates on specific areas of expertise. The delegates participating in the Board of Directors without voting rights.

5. When the mandate and in case of forfeiture of the Board of Directors, the Chairman shall hold office only and exclusively for routine administration and until the elections for the renewal of the charge.

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1. The Director of the Institute is acting as a top professional and implements the guidelines for attitude and scientific management. And ‘jurisdiction, as delegated by the Board of Directors for the ordinary administration of the Institute, except in cases where the law, this Statute or Rules expressly reserve the other organs.

2. At the proposal of the President, the Executive Director of the appointment or termination, shall determine the remuneration, and the duration of which can not be more than three years. The appointment of the Director is renewable.

3. The Director responsible for his work directly to the President, who regularly informs the Board of Directors for evaluation.

4. In consultation with the Executive Director may delegate powers in individual sectors also to people outside.

5. In the event of the absence or incapacity of the Director, for a period less than 30 days, their functions are temporarily entrusted to the President. For a period longer than 30 days, the Board of Directors proposed by the President may appoint a replacement or, if they fulfill the conditions, withdraw the Director and then to a new appointment.

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1. The Scientific Committee is appointed by the Board of Directors of the designated primarily within the university and faculty members, and remains in office for five years.

2. They can be called to be part of the new Scientific Committee persons of high scientific qualification on a proposal of the Scientific Committee in charge, which is expressed on with a 2/3 majority of those present, that respond to their specific characteristics and purposes needs of the Institute. Members may be reappointed. The outgoing President of the Scientific Committee has recognized the right to propose, in consultation with the Chairman of the Board, the composition of the new Committee.

3. The Scientific Committee shall elect a president who will participate in the meetings of the Board of Directors.

4. The Scientific Committee has the following functions:

a. draw up the guidelines on the scientific activities of the Institute;

b. submit proposals and examines programs and scientific projects and research;

c. provides consulting to the Board of Directors, the Chairman and the Director on all matters of a technical-scientific;

d. in consultation with the Chairman and the Director proposes the appointment of heads of Laboratories and Research Centers, and the members of the Scientific Councils consideration.

5. The operation of the Scientific Committee is established by internal regulations approved by the committee.

6. The members of the Scientific Committee shall be entitled to reimbursement of expenses incurred in the performance of their duties. The Board of Directors may provide forms of remuneration for their work.

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1. The President makes use of the consultation of the directors of laboratories and centers in order to ensure the coordination of the study and research belonging to the Institute.

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1. The Institute, as part of their purpose, establish laboratories and research centers and study with scientific and cultural autonomy.

2. Laboratories and Centers, which are governed by specific regulations by the Institute in accordance with organizational policies tend to be homogeneous, the Institute joints are unincorporated and operate on the basis of administrative and managerial powers of the Board of Directors.

3. They have a duty to promote and carry out research, educational, or cultural, including plans for joint development, in a spirit of reciprocity, with institutions and structures research and academic, public, private – national and international.

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1. The Board of Directors appoints a Scientific Council for each Laboratory and Research Center.

2. The Scientific Council is advisory body of the Board and President of the Institute and in this capacity provides mandatory opinions, both in terms of quality and economic – financial, on annual and multiannual programs proposed by the Director of the Center, as well as on their significant changes.

3. It is also evaluation body of research conducted by the Center and is reviewing body in order to the advancement of research and to the achievement of the goals. In this capacity, the Scientific Council refers, through its Chairman, to the Board of Directors and the Chairman of the Institute.

4. The Scientific Council is composed of experts with proven experience in the areas of interest of the Centre, in not less than three, and usually not more than 12. They are appointed by the Executive Board on a proposal of the President of the Institute.

5. Each Council elects its President.

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1. The bodies of the centers, the Director and the Advisory Committee, if approved by the Board of Directors.

2. In view of the specific characteristics and traditions of individual laboratories and centers, the Board may set up at each center, with arrangements to be established by regulation, a Steering Committee to appoint the Director, responsible for coordination and promotion of scientific activities of the Centre same.

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1. The Director of each laboratory or center is appointed by the Executive Council. The appointment is made in a list of names proposed to the Executive Council by the President, who previously also acquires a circumstantial report of the Steering Committee and the Advisory Committee.

2. The Director proposes projects, the implementation of which is responsible; manages the assets and tools assigned to the Centre for the exercise of its activity and of them is equally responsible; coordinates the activities of all the staff made available to the Centre.

3. The Director is required to submit research programs, budget estimates annual and multi-annual summary report and relevant opinions of the Advisory Committee (where required) the approval of the Executive Council, through the President of the Institute.

4. The position of Director is incompatible with membership of the Scientific Council.

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1. The Committee shall, if approved by the Board of Directors, is a body of mandatory consultation of the Director of the Laboratory, or Center. It is composed of a number of members not less than 3 and not more than 7 elected by the research staff, with procedures to be determined by special regulations.

2. The Advisory Committee to the Director-binding opinions on research projects, budget estimates and annual and multi-annual summary report. The Director, if it differs from the opinion of the Committee, the reasons for its decision within the period prescribed by the regulations.

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1. The Board of Auditors, if appointed, shall consist of at least three members, non-members of the Institute, appointed by the shareholders and holds office for four years. The auditors shall elect among themselves a chairman who shall be a registered auditors.

2. The Board monitors the entire accounting and financial management of the Institute.


1. Capital Institute is made up of movable and immovable property acquired for any reason and also by bequests and donations;

2. The income of the Institute shall consist of:

a. from the fruits of the estate;

b. membership fees of the founding members, supporters and ordinary;

c. the extraordinary contributions of the members, of people and institutions;

d. sales and revenues received in respect of the activities of the Institute.

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1. The fiscal year and the financial year beginning with January 1 and ending December 31 of each year.

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1. The Board of Directors prepares and approves the budget and prepares financial statements comprise the balance sheet, income statement and the notes. It ‘also accompanied by a directors’ report on the situation of the Institute and on operations as a whole and in the various fields in which it has operated.

2. The budget must be submitted by the Executive Board of Statutory Auditors, with the accompanying report, at least thirty days before the date set for the meeting of the Assembly shall discuss it.

3. The Board of Auditors shall prepare its comments and proposals regarding the budget and its approval not less than fifteen days prior to the date of the meeting is to discuss that.

4. </ strong> The budget must be submitted in copy at the Institute, together with the report of the directors and auditors, during the two weeks preceding the meeting of the Assembly. The members may be inspected at the offices of the Institute.

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1. In the event of dissolution of the Institute’s assets shall be donated to another association with similar purposes, unless otherwise provided by law.

2. </ strong> With the decision to dissolve the Assembly determines the method of liquidation and appoint one or more liquidators, fixing their powers.


1. All disputes between the Institute and the shareholders, directors, auditors and liquidators concerning the execution and interpretation of this statute will be responsible for the resolution of the Chamber of Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Crafts and agriculture Cosenza under its arbitration Rules, namely the final decision of an arbitration Committee, consisting of three arbitrators, who will decide according to the arbitration procedure established in the Regulations and in equity.

2. The arbitrators will be appointed in the manner prescribed in the aforesaid Rules of Arbitration of the Chamber of Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Trade and Agriculture of Cosenza.