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General Assembly

The General Assembly is the supreme governing and decision-making body of the Association. It is composed of all the Members and it works on the basis of a one country one vote principle. The General Assembly has the power to do anything instrumental to achieving the purpose of the Association.

 

More specifically it is competent to

 

  • plan the strategy and determine the policy of the Association;
  • receive and approve the AAL Joint Programme business report, closing account and the budget;
  • supervise the implementation of the AAL Joint Programme, including the approval of annual work programmes and allocation of national funding to projects;
  • appoint, dismiss, suspend, and accept the resignation of the members of the Executive Board at any time;
  • admit, exclude or suspend Members;
  • appoint auditors;
  • amend the statutes/by-laws;
  • dissolve the Association.

In the AAL General Assembly, national funding authorities (either ministries or funding agencies) are members (info on accession to the AAL Association). Each country has one vote in the General Assembly; countries with more than one member organisation nominate one single voting person.

At this moment (January 2017) the following organisations from 19 countries are members of the AAL Association:

 

 

MEMBERORGANISATIONCOUNTRYWEBSITE
Kerstin Zimmermann

Gerda Geyer
Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und TechnologieAustriawww.ffg.at
Bibrowska Beata InnovirisBelgium (Brussels City Region)www.innoviris.be
Leo Van de Loock

Alain Thielemans
IWTBelgium (Flanders)www.iwt.be/
Leonidas Antoniou

Christakis Theocharous
Research Promotion FoundationCypruswww.research.org.cy
Jens Peter VittrupInnovationFondenDenmarkhttp://recherche-technologie.wallonie.be/
Nakita Vodjdani
Agence Nationale de la RechercheFrancewww.agence-nationale-recherche.fr/
Annick MartinCaisse Nationale de Solidarité pour l'AutonomieFrancewww.cnsa.fr
Szonja CsuzdiNational Research Development and Innovation OfficeHungarywww.nih.gov.hu/
Peter HanakNJSZTHungarywww.njszt.hu
Ayala Karniol Israel-Europe R&D Directorate for FP7Israelwww.iserd.org.il/
Aldo Covello Ministry of Education, University and ResearchItalywww.ricercainternazionale.miur.it
Pascal FabingLuxInnovation (Private Sector)Luxembourgwww.luxinnovation.lu
Andreea MonnatFond National de la Recherche (Public Sector)Luxembourgwww.fnr.lu/
René M.C. Prijkel International Coordinator,
Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport Department of Long-Term Care
The Netherlandswww.government.nl/ministries/vws
Chris Flim ZonMw
The Netherlandswww.zonmw.nl/en
Geja Langerveld ZonMw
The Netherlandswww.zonmw.nl/en
Tron Espeli

Eirik Normann
The Research Council of NorwayNorwaywww.forskningsradet.no
Joanna Makocka

National Centre for Research & Development (NCBR)Polandwww.ncbir.pl
Ana Neves Foundation for Science and TechnologyPortugalwww.fct.pt
Ioana Fagarasan

Ramona Simionescu
Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding (UEFISCDI) Romaniawww.uefiscdi.gov.ro
Simona Kralj-ZatlerMinistry of Public AdministartionSloveniawww.mju.gov.si
Berta MaureMinistry of Industry, Energy and Tourism (MINETUR)Spainwww.minetur.gob.es/
Rafael de Andrés Medina Instituto de Salud Carlos IIISpainwww.isciii.es/
Ann-Mari Fineman

Johanna Ulfvarson
VINNOVASwedenwww.vinnova.se
Daniel EgloffSecrétariat d’Etat à la formation, à la recherche et à l'innovationSwitzerlandwww.sbfi.admin.ch
Jackie Marshall-Balloch

Graham Mobbs

Chris Sawyer
Innovation UKUnited Kingdomwww.gov.uk/government/organisations/innovate-uk