is a legal person of private law with non-patrimonial purpose, independent, organized according to Law no. 246/2005, whose founding members are:
Romanian citizen, female, born on 04.07.1989 in Ilfov County, Buftea and domiciled in Bucharest sector 1.
Romanian citizen, female, born on September 28, 1951 in Falticeni, Suceava County, domiciled in Bucharest, sector 1.
2.1. Considering the provisions of the Government Ordinance no. 26/2000 and Law no. 246/2005, regarding the associations and foundations, the above-mentioned parties, by mutual agreement and by the will of free association, agree to the creation of the Association FULL - LEARNING EXPERIENCE, based in Bucharest.
3.1. The name of the present Association, constituted based on the provisions of the Government Ordinance no. 26/2000 regarding associations and foundations, as it was modified and completed later, is the ASSOCIATION “FULL - LEARNING EXPERIENCE ”, hereinafter referred to as the Association, according to the reservation of name no. 175400 issued on 03.06.2019 by the Communication and Public Relations Service within the Ministry of Justice.
3.2. The association has the character of a professional, independent, non-governmental, non-profit, apolitical association, with legal personality, governed by the domestic and international laws in force.
3.3. The Association undertakes not to discriminate on the basis of beliefs, nationality, age, sex, race, disability, color or religious beliefs regarding the reception and election of its members, proposals for management positions or appointments to committees.
4.1. The headquarters of the Association is located in Bucharest, sector 1, Str. Nuvelei no. 97.
5.1. The Association is established for an indefinite period, starting from the date on which the Association becomes a legal entity, respectively from the moment of its registration in the Register of associations and foundations.
6.1. The initial patrimonial asset of the Association consists of a cash contribution, in the amount of 1000 RON, recorded on the name of the Association by the founders.
7.1. The aim of the Association is to teach children, young people and adults through modern technologies.
The purpose of the Association is to transmit the information necessary for the learning of children, young people and adults through modern technologies.
The purpose of the Association will be achieved through its own activity, its members or through third parties. Essentially, the Association intends to make the public aware of modern learning technologies.
The association aims to carry out activities to organize campaigns / colloquia / shows / courses for children, young people and adults through modern technologies.
7.2. In order to achieve the assumed goal, the Association establishes the following objectives:
To transmit to children, young people and adults the scientific knowledge, the values of national and universal culture through modern technologies.
Forming the intellectual capacity of children, young people and adults of their emotional availability and practical skills by teaching and assimilating humanistic, scientific, technical and aesthetic knowledge.
Organizing socio-cultural activities whose theme is the education of children, young people and adults.
Elaboration of programs and establishment of priorities that will contribute to the educational development of children, young people and adults.
Encourages vocational education and contributes to increasing the level of professional qualification, by developing training, evaluation and certification of staff.
Supports and facilitates the connections between the beneficiaries and the representatives of the public authorities.
Organizes internships and professional development seminars in the country and abroad. Provides editing, printing and distribution of information materials (on education, individual learning, studies, career and personal development) for children, young people and adults, both in electronic format (internet) and on paper.
Establishes and administers, in the interest of members and beneficiaries, cultural units, education, social assistance units, economic and social units.
Represents, promotes, defends educational and professional interests, in order to develop and streamline them.
Organizes various educational, social, informative, practical local and international development of projects, including conferences, seminars, lectures, qualification courses, excursions, camps. Offers support to young people and adults in their development and individual experience in various activities.
Supports and finances young people and adults who want to study abroad.
It mediates the support (financial and with goods) destined to the initiatives for the development of education.
Allocate funds and properties received as support in an economically advantageous manner, taking into account the objectives of the Association.
Funds various research and development programs.
Apply for non-reimbursable financing programs offered by European Union institutions, other fundations and not only.
It involves and organizes charitable programs for children, young people and adults.
7.3. The activities of the Association include:
a) promoting the interests of members in relation to the competent authorities involved in the process of regulation, implementation and supervision of the technological process in Romania (including, but not limited to, the Romanian Parliament, the Government of Romania, local authorities, other professional associations, etc .;)
b) organizing meetings of the members of the Association with the media, representatives of the general public (associations, NGOs) in order to provide the most accurate information on the field of technology and digitalization;
c) implementation of various information actions at the level of the general public and public authorities in the field of health, environment, agriculture and economy in order to popularize the benefits of digitalization and the results of researchers;
d) organizing symposia, internships, excursions, camps, etc .;
e) organizes professional courses online and offline;
f) edits publications and information materials.
7.4. In order to achieve the proposed purpose and objectives, the Association will take all necessary measures permitted by law, including the establishment of a legal structure, in accordance with the legal provisions in force.
7.5. The methods of action of the Association will be transparent and open to third parties, useful for the beneficiaries and the society, well founded and efficient, framed in the purpose, objectives and principles of the Association.
7.6. The association can participate in the elaboration of education development strategies, supporting the application of research results in modern technology and digitalization.
8.1. Any natural or legal person, regardless of race, sex or religion, working in the field of agriculture, health, industry and any other field relevant to biotechnology, and who pays the admission fee established by the Organization and Functioning Regulation (hereinafter “ROF”) of the Association, may become a member of the Association, provided that it is approved unanimously by the General Assembly.
8.2. The General Assembly may grant, to third parties, the quality of honorary members.
8.3. Acquiring membership
8.3.1. When the application for admission has been validated by the General Assembly, at the proposal of the Board of Directors of the Association and the admission fee has been paid, the candidate becomes a member of the Association.
8.3.2. The new member will enjoy all the rights and privileges enjoyed by the other members of the Association.
8.4. Loss of membership
8.4.1. Membership is called into question in cases where the person or organization in question clearly carries out activities contrary to the goals and objectives of the Association, as defined by this Statute or if serious breaches of ethics occur.
8.4.2. Membership is lost (a) by exclusion, on the basis of the vote of at least half plus one of the total number of members of the Association, at the proposal of the Board of Directors of the Association, (b) by renouncing this quality, or (c) by liquidation .
8.4.3. Membership is automatically lost if the member does not pay on time the fees and expenses due to the Association, on the date of receipt of a notification to this effect from the Board of Directors. The General Assembly of the associates will take note of the loss of the membership, the members being obliged to modify the constitutive act of the Association and the statute of the Association, in accordance with the modification of the number of members.
8.4.4. Any member has the right to relinquish this status, if he considers that the Association has violated the provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, enacted in the United States in 1977. The General Assembly of Associates will take note of the loss of membership , the members undertaking to modify the constitutive act of the Association and the statute of the Association, in accordance with the modification of the number of members.
8.5. Withdrawal from the Association is made through a notification sent to the Board of Directors of the Association. Withdrawal is not conditional on the approval of the Board of Directors or the General Assembly. The withdrawal will take effect only on the last day of the month, when the notification was registered with the Board of Directors, if the notification was registered before the 20th of the month, subject to the payment of all amounts due to the Association. If the notification was registered after the 20th of the month, the withdrawal will take effect from the last day of the following month, subject to the payment of all amounts due to the Association.
8.6. All expenses incurred by the Association, which, monthly, together, exceed the amount established by the General Assembly, in accordance with the provisions of art. 14, below, except for personnel expenses and budgetary expenses (electricity, water, gas, fuel quota, salaries, personnel, etc.) will be approved by the Board of Directors. The expenses with the staff, the expenses included in the budget plan of the Association, as well as the other expenses lower than the amount fixed by the General Assembly will be approved by the President of the Association.
8.7. The support of general expenses (current expenses) will be based on the contribution that each member has. If the expenses are related to activities that are implemented only by a member, that member will bear exclusively those expenses.
8.8. Any decision or decisions of the members of the Association will be adopted by vote in the General Assembly.
8.9. Any dispute between the structures of the Association will be settled amicably, within a maximum of 30 days from the date of its appearance. If the disputes cannot be settled amicably, the competent court for resolving the disputes will be the Bucharest District 1 Court.
8.10. Any member, regardless of the position held, may be represented, at the level of the management structure, by another member or by a third party, on the basis of a special power of attorney issued by the competent structure of that member represented (including, but not limited to). at, the board of directors, the general assembly, etc.).
9.1. The members of the Association have the right:
a) to participate in the General Assemblies of the Association, to evaluate within them the
activity carried out by the permanent structures of the Association;
b) to make proposals and to vote on the proposals that will be presented to the General Assembly regarding the activity of the Association;
c) to be elected in the governing structures of the Association;
d) to participate in internal meetings, other actions organized at national level, in
international meetings, including world congresses;
e) to signal their own needs and to make proposals for solving them;
f) to benefit from all the facilities and facilities that the Association, in the exercise of its
activity, can grant to its members;
g) other rights conferred by law and this Statute.
9.2. The members of the Association have the obligation:
a) to pay all contributions to the Association;
b) to submit to the decisions adopted by statute by the governing bodies of the Association;
c) other obligations provided for in this Statute.
10.1. The association is based, in carrying out its activity, on the following resources:
a) the initial patrimony submitted by the founding members;
b) compensations granted from the state budget and / or local budgets;
c) capitalization of own goods;
d) provision of services and rental of goods in accordance with the law;
e) the annual membership fee of the members of the Association;
f) the tariffs charged for the services provided;
g) bank interest and dividends from the placement of available amounts;
h) income from dividends obtained by companies established by the Association or income
from any other direct economic activities, of an ancillary nature, in close connection with
the main purpose of the Association;
i) receipts from the organization of events, exhibitions, meetings, conferences;
j) allocations of funds, contributions, sponsorships, financing, bequests or donations of
individuals or legal entities, Romanian or from other countries;
k) revenues from the Association's publications;
l) other income provided by law.
10.2. The raised funds can only be used for the purpose stated in attracting them.
10.3. The association may also set up companies. Dividends obtained from the activities of these companies, if they are not reinvested in the same companies, must be used to achieve the purpose of the Association. It may carry out any other direct economic activities, if they are ancillary and are closely related to the main purpose of the Association.
11.1. The management, administration and control structures of the Association are:
a) The General Assembly, which is the governing structure composed of all members;
b) The Board of Directors, which ensures the execution of the decisions of the General Assembly, functioning and adopting its decisions according to art. 16, 17 and 18 of this Statute;
c) The Censors Commission, which will be appointed if the number of members of the Association is higher than 15 (fifteen), or the censor who exercises his attributions in accordance with the provisions of art. 21. of this Statute.
11.2. The governing structure of the Association is the General Assembly.
11.3. The management of the Association while the General Assemblies is in charge of the Board of Directors, which represents the Association in all its acts and for all its legal acts. While the meetings of the Board of Directors, the management of the Association is provided by the President.
12.1. The General Assembly is attended by all members in a personal capacity and delegations of collective members. Honorary members and other persons or bodies interested in achieving the goals of the Association may be invited to participate in the proceedings without the right to vote.
12.2. The General Assembly is the governing body of the Association, is composed of its members and is convened annually or whenever necessary on the date and place established by the Board of Directors.
12.3. Any member wishing to present to the General Assembly a matter that requires a decision shall notify it in writing to the Chairman of the Board of Directors, at least 3 days before the date set for convening the Assembly in accordance with art. 12.5 below. These matters are examined by the Board of Directors before the members take a decision in the General Assembly.
12.4. The General Assembly may be convened in meetings, at the proposal of at least a quarter of the total members of the Association, or at the proposal of the Board of Directors. The members representing at least a quarter of the total members of the Association will notify in writing to the Board of Directors the intention to convene the General Assembly, establishing at the same time the agenda of the meeting, the place, date and time of the Assembly. The Board of Directors must convene the General Assembly of the Association within 3 working days from the date of receipt of the written notification from the members representing at least a quarter of the total members of the Association. Failure to fulfill this obligation by the Board of Directors entails the sanction of revoking the mandate of the members of the Board of Directors. The date of revocation will be the day immediately following the date on which the term of 3 working days expired in which the Board of Directors had to convene the General Assembly of the Association. In the event of the sanction of revoking the mandate of the members of the Board of Directors, the General Assembly of the Association will meet by right and without the need for a convocation, at the place, date and time set by the members representing at least a quarter of the total members of the Association. will have as agenda the one established by the same notification to which will be added, by right, a new point, respectively the election of new members of the Board of Directors.
12.5. The General Assemblies are convened by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, fax with acknowledgment of receipt or e-mail with acknowledgment of receipt at least 7 days before the scheduled date for their holding. The convening notice shall specify the place, date, time and agenda of the Assembly.
12.6. The General Assembly will be able to deliberate without observing the provisions regarding the convocation in case all the members of the Association are present or represented.
13.1. The General Assembly will have the following attributions:
a) elect the President proposed by the Board of Directors;
b) elects and revokes the members of the Board of Directors;
c) establishes the strategy and general objectives of the Association;
d) approves the budget of revenues and expenditures and the balance sheet;
e) debates and approves the annual reports of the Board of Directors and the Board of
f) analyzes and decides on the opportunity to amend the statute and the articles of
g) at the proposal of the Board of Directors, decides on the exclusion from the Association
of some members who did not respect the present Statute and the Constitutive Act;
h) debates and approves the work programs of the Board of Directors;
i) approves the formation of specialized committees and groups within the Association;
j) appoints and dismisses the members of the Censors Commission / Censor;
k) approves other matters beyond the competence of the Board of Directors;
l) validates the honorary members of the Association and the establishment of branches
and / or branches;
m) validates the proposals regarding investments submitted by the Board of Directors,
investments necessary in order to fulfill the objectives of the Association;
n) decides on the dissolution and liquidation of the Association, as well as on the establishment of the destination of the assets remaining after the liquidation, according to the law.
o) decides on the number of administrative staff and its employment, according to the functions of real necessity. Approves the organization chart of the Association;
p) any other attributions provided by law, ROF or in the Statute.
14.1. Decisions are taken by open vote. Each member will have one vote in the General Assembly regardless of the value of the contributions he brings to the Association.
14.2. The General Assembly may take place, at the first convocation, only in the presence of at least 3⁄4 of the total number of members of the Association or their representatives, if there is a mandate of representation in this regard (special power of attorney issued by the competent bodies of that member represented including, but not limited to, the board of directors, the general meeting, etc.).
The members of the association can vote on the items on the agenda of the general assembly and by correspondence (electronic and / or written)
If at least 3⁄4 of the members of the Association are not present at the first convocation, within 10 days, a second General Assembly will be convened, which will be validly convened, regardless of the number of members present. The agenda of the General Assembly will be the one communicated to each member of the Association by convening notice. All decisions in the General Assemblies of the Association will be adopted by the vote of half plus one of the members present or represented, in the respective meeting of the General Assembly of the Association, except in situations where the Statute or Articles of Association have other provisions.
14.3. Honorary members of the Association as well as other participating persons on the basis of invitation, who are not members, do not have the right to vote.
14.4. The General Assembly may approve the amendment of the Statute, in which case a two-thirds majority of the votes in the General Assembly is required.
14.5. A three-quarters majority of the votes of all members of the Association is required for the dissolution of the Association.
15.1. The governing body of the Association is the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors pursues the achievement of objectives, the use of funds and achieves the direct management of the Association and is responsible for the implementation and execution of all decisions taken by the General Assembly of the Association.
15.2. The Board of Directors is composed of the President of the Association directly elected by the General Assembly and two other members elected by the General Assembly. The Vice President is elected by the Board of Directors from among its members. The Council may also be composed of persons outside the Association, up to a maximum of one third of its composition. The Board of Directors may draw up internal rules of procedure. He cannot be a member of the Board of Directors, and if he was, any person who holds a management position within a public institution loses this quality, if the respective association aims to support the activity of that public institution.
15.4. At the date of this document, the Board of Directors consists of:
President - ANNA MERA, Romanian citizen, female, born on 04.07.1989 in Ilfov County, Buftea and domiciled in Bucharest sector 1, str. Nuvelei no. 97, identified with C.I. would be R.K. no. 353485 issued by S.P.C.E.P. Sector 1. on 31.05.2019, C.N.P. 2890704471348
Vice-President - HREAMATA CORNELIA, Romanian citizen, female, born on September 28, 1951 in Falticeni, Suceava County, domiciled in Bucharest, sector 1, str. Nuvelei no. 97, identified with C.I. would be R.R. no. 962555 issued by S.P.C.E.P. Sector 1. on 26.09.2012, C.N.P. 2510928400702
Member - BOBOC CLAUDIA-ANDREEA, Romanian citizen, female, born on 25.11.1989 in Bucharest, sector 2, domiciled in Bucharest, sector 3, Alee Blajel no. 11, pp. V 5, sc. A, et. 2, ap. 7, identified with C.I. would be R.K. no. 274711 issued by S.P.C.E.P. Sector 3. on 23.01.2019, C.N.P. 2891125420043
16.1. The Board of Directors meets quarterly or whenever necessary, at the convocation of the President or at the convocation of the members representing half plus one of the total number of members of the Council.
17.1. The Board of Directors may take decisions by a simple majority of all members with the right to vote present or represented.
17.2. Voting members of the Board of Directors, who are unable to attend a meeting, may vote in writing, by fax or correspondence or by authorizing another member of the Board to represent them. In cases where the President is absent, his / her legal successor shall be the Vice-President, in which case two votes shall be taken into account for the option expressed by him, unless the President explicitly submits another option.
17.3 The deliberations and decisions of the Board of Directors shall be recorded in the minutes, concluded on the occasion of each meeting and shall be transmitted to the members of the Association.
18.1. The date and place and agenda of the meetings of the Board of Directors shall be determined by the President. For any meeting, a notice shall be sent to each member of the Council, by post or by any other means of communication (telephone, fax, e-mail, etc.), at least five days before the meeting.
18.2. Any decision to be taken in the Board of Directors may be taken without a meeting, if there is written agreement, with the signature of all members of the Board.
18.3. The Board of Directors will be able to validly adopt ad-hoc decisions in the event that all its members are present or legally represented.
a) proposes to the General Assembly the approval of the registration of new members;
b) proposes candidates for honorary membership and submits proposals for validation to
the General Assembly;
c) coordinates the entire activity necessary for the administration and proper functioning of
the Association, in accordance with the decisions taken by the General Assembly of the
d) leads the activity and supervises, establishes and modifies the professional policy, of
administrative expertise, in order to reach the objectives of the Association;
e) presents to the General Assembly the activity report for the previous period, the
execution of the budget of incomes and expenses, the balance sheet, the project of the
budget of incomes and expenses, the project of the programs of the Association;
f) presents to the General Assembly projects regarding the long-term and medium-term
objectives of the Association;
g) establishes the general rules of organization and functioning of the Censors
h) concludes legal acts in the name and on behalf of the Association, in accordance with
the decisions and objectives identified by the General Assembly of the Association;
i) approves the nominal composition of the ad hoc committees;
j) investigates allegations of unprofessional or unethical conduct brought against any
member or brings such an accusation on its own initiative and reports the results of the
investigation to the next General Assembly, which will rule on the case;
k) manages the selection of all prizes, rewards and grants;
l) distributes from the patrimony of the Association amounts allocated to other
organizations for research activities of any kind and training for the benefit of
professionals in the field;
m) accepts subsidies, contributions, donations, inheritances, etc., which lead to the
achievement of the objectives of the Association;
n) proposes to the General Assembly projects for necessary investments in order to achieve the objectives of the Association;
o) issues decisions in accordance with the provisions of this Statute;
p) adopts, by means of a decision, the ROF of the Association;
q) decides on the change of the Association's headquarters;
r) fulfills any other attributions provided in the Statute or established by the General
20.1. The term of office of the President is 2 (two) years. The President is proposed by the Board of Directors, the proposal being validated by the General Assembly.
20.2. The President of the Council is the person who represents the Association legally and with full powers internally, but also in relations with third parties, such as, but not limited to medical, research, social and political authorities in the country or partner countries, forums , domestic and international organizations, associations and societies, etc. and will ensure the current management of the Association's activity, in accordance with the decisions of the General Assembly of the Association. The President of the Council monitors and controls the elaboration of the periodic information reports of the Board of Directors and presents the annual report on the Association within the General Assembly. The president coordinates the entire activity of the Association and ensures the operative relationship with the executive staff of the Association.
20.3. The Vice President shall assist, replace or replace the Chairman of the Board of Directors. The term of office of the Vice President is 2 (years).
21.1. The Censors Commission or the Censor has the following attributions:
- checking the ways in which the patrimony of the Association is administered;
- drafting the reports and presenting them to the General Assembly;
- the internal financial control of the Association;
- may participate in the meetings of the Board of Directors without the right to vote;
- fulfillment of any attributions established by the General Assembly.
21.2. In order to be able to exercise the right of control, the audit committee will have access to all the documents and acts of the Association, the situation of the patrimony and the registers of the Association.
21.3. The legal entities with which the Association has concluded economic contracts of any nature, as well as the natural persons previously paid as employees or collaborators of the Association within the programs of the Association, may not be used as specialized personnel of the Censors Commission.
21.4. The members of the Censors Commission may not hold any other position in the Association, may not take executive decisions and may not conclude management acts.
21.5.If the number of associates is greater than 15 (fifteen), the appointment of a Censors Commission is mandatory.
21.6.If the Association does not have the obligation to appoint a censor, each of the members who is not a member of the board of directors may exercise the right of control.
22.1. The Association is represented in relations with third parties by the Board of Directors, through its President, Vice President or any member of the Board, delegated by the President.
22.2. The association can join other national and international bodies, whose purposes correspond to the activities for which it was established.
22.3. The association may establish direct relations with the ministries and other public bodies, with the local authorities, respecting the laws and regulations in force in the country of residence. In order to achieve its goals, the Association may associate with other organizations, associations or societies, as well as with private persons from other countries, who work in fields of common interest and organize similar activities based on the provisions of this Statute.
22.4. For making bank payments, they will be made with the authorization of any 2 of the 3 members of the Board of Directors.
23.1. The Association will be dissolved or liquidated in accordance with the provisions of Government Ordinance no. 26/2000 on associations and foundations, with subsequent amendments and completions. The General Assembly of the Association will decide on the distribution of the Association's assets in accordance with the legal provisions mentioned above.
24.1. Upon the dissolution or liquidation of the Association, all assets remaining after payment or blocking of the amount for the payment of guarantees, debts and obligations will be distributed by the Board of Directors, based on the decision of the General Assembly adopted under art. 23.1. above, only to one or other organizations with similar objectives or purposes, in accordance with the procedure set out in the ROF.
24.2. In no case will any goods be distributed to the members of the Association.
25.1. The provisions of the present Statute may be revised by voting by correspondence of the voting members or at any General Assembly in accordance with the provisions of art. 14.4 above.
25.2. Any proposed amendment shall be submitted to the Governing Board at least 15 (fifteen) days before the General Assembly for consideration and approval before its presentation to the General Assembly.
25.3. The announcement of such an amendment, together with the recommendation of the Board of Directors, must be sent by post to each member of the Association, at least 10 days before the General Assembly.
25.4. To be adopted, an amendment must be voted on in the General Assembly or by correspondence and approved by at least three / fourths of the voting members.
26.1. The association undertakes to carry out its activity in an ethical and transparent manner. Compliance with applicable laws and regulations is critical to honoring our commitment to integrity.
26.2. The Association is committed to conducting its business in an ethical manner and cooperating with third parties such as government employees, consultants, agents and independent contractors, so that they act in the same manner.
26.3. The Association and its members will act with integrity in everything they undertake because integrity is the cornerstone of the way in which the Association and its members carry out their activity. A business built on integrity creates trusting bonds that lead to strong and lasting relationships with those communities in which we operate.
27.1. The private properties of the members of the Association, of the members of the Board of Directors and of its employees will not be in any case the object of the payments or debts of the Association.
27.2. The fiscal regime of the Association and of the afferent personnel is regulated by the legislation in force in Romania.
27.3. The provisions of this Statute shall be supplemented by the provisions of the legislation in force.