The tasks, rights and obligations of the UACC Association and its boards, bodies and members are set out in its statutes. Acceptance of the statutes is a pre-requisite for membership of the UACC Association.
The UACC bodies are the General Assembly, the Executive Board, the Advisory Board including any sub-committees, Auditors, Office.
The General Assembly is the supreme body of the association – a meeting of all members. It decides on the basic directions of the work of the association. The Annual General Assembly takes place within the first half of the calendar year.
The Executive Board consists of the President and up to nine Vice-Presidents and should meet at least twice a year. It is responsible for the management of the association, definition of the main areas of work, guidelines, projects and strategies; preparation of the annual plans and reports as well as the financial statements.
The Advisory Board and its sub-committees (such as Executive Committee) are exclusively advisory bodies to the Executive Board. The Advisory Board supports and advises the Association on content-related decisions.
The Auditors are responsible for the ongoing business control and the review of the financial statements. They report on the outcome of the review to the General Assembly, in which they are entitled to participate.
The Office is responsible for the handling of the day-to-day business of the association. The ongoing tasks include the administration of the association and the implementation of the instructions of the Executive Board to achieve the purpose of the association.