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IASLIM Continental Conference for Europe

Date: 25 September 2009
Place: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Participants: (83 from 9 Countries) 

 

 

M I N U T E S

IASLIM Continental Conference for Europe, was held in the City Hall in Ljubljana, Slovenia on Friday, 25 September at 10.30 a.m.

 

Present

Accredited participants at the Conference and the International Seminar: Roman Jakič, President of IASLIM, General Manager of Public Institution Tivoli Ljubljana, Slovenia, Jože Jenšterle, Secretary General of IASLIM, Carlos Vera Guardia, IASLIM Liaison for Latin America and Caribbean, USA / Chile, Toni Llop, President of CESS – Head of Operations Eurofitness&UBAE, Spain, Gar Holohan, Chairman of the Aura Holohan Group, Ireland, Krešimir Ivaniš, Croatian Olympic Committee, Chairman of the Commission for Sport facilities, Croatia, Ivan Pfeifer, President of Sport Center Association of Slovenia, Slovenia, Floriano Poletti, Novara, Italy, Miha Šter, General Manager of Elan Inventa d.o.o. Begunje na Gorenjskem, Slovenia, Brane Florjanič, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport Koper, Slovenia, Silvo Poljanšek, General Manager of Infrasport d.o.o. Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, Moreno Rodman, General Manager of Sorgo d.o.o. Koper, Slovenia, Jana Janežič, Business secretary of Sport Center Association of Slovenia, Slovenia, Ranko Matijašević, General Manager of City Center for Physical Culture Belgrade, Serbia, Drago Banovič, Assistant General manager of Public Institution Tivoli Ljubljana, Slovenia, Natalija Regina, Manager of Sport Association GIB Ljubljana, Slovenia, Zlatan Hreljac, General Manager of Rijekasport d.o.o. Rijeka, Croatia, Ljiljana Obradović, City Center for Physical Culture Belgrade, Serbia, Mirjana Musulin, City Center for Physical Culture Belgrade, Serbia, Alojz Mavrič, Manager of Public Institution Tivoli Ljubljana, Slovenia, Janez Maršič, General manager of Public Institution for Sport Kočevje, Slovenia, Mario Peruško, General Manager of Public Institution Pula Sport, Croatia, Dragan Palamarević, Secretary of Sport Center Association of Serbia, Boštjan Koprivec, General manager of Public Institution Ivan Cankar Vrhnika, Slovenia, Daniel Cukjati, Public Institution Ivan Cankar Vrhnika, Slovenia, Edvard Bravec, General manager of Public Institution for Sport Trbovlje, Slovenia, Boštjan Zemljarič, Public Institution for Sport Ptuj, Slovenia, Miran Mlakar, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport Ravne na Koroškem, Slovenia, Zvonimir Kaprocki, General Manager of Sport and Business Center Vojvodina Novi Sad, Serbia, Vili Stegne, Public Institution for Sport Slovenska Bistrica, Slovenia, Milan Bajić, Manager of Sport and Business Center Vojvodina Novi Sad, Serbia, Marjan Klepec, General Manager of Public Institution Rdeča dvorana ŠRC Velenje, Slovenia, Suzana Blatnik, Manager of Public Institution for culture, tourism and sport Vransko, Slovenia, Milena Zagernik, Public Institution for Sport Ravne na Koroškem, Slovenia, Branko Fartek, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport Kranj, Slovenia, Miha Praprotnik, General Manager of CityWall d.o.o. Logatec, Slovenia, Sandra Velčić, Manager of Rijekasport d.o.o. Rijeka, Croatia, Nebojša Stajčić, Manager of Sport and Business Center Vojvodina Novi Sad, Serbia, Magdalena Rejec, General Manager of Public Institution Ratitovec Železniki, Slovenia, Branko Žnidarič, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport, Education and Youth Ljutomer, Slovenia, Bratislav Ignjatović, General Manager of Sport Center Čair Niš, Serbia, Uroš Jug, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport Nova Gorica, Slovenia, Suzana Felicijan Bratož, General Manager of Public Institution for culture, tourism and sport Vransko, Slovenia, Božo Dragan, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport, Tourism and Leisure Sežana, Slovenia, Dragan Bogojević, Manager of Sport Center Čair Niš, Serbia, Slobodan Andrić, Public Company »Ada Ciganlija« Belgrade, Srbia, Peter Kauzer, Manager of KRC Hrastnik, Slovenia, Bart Hendrickx, Domo Sportsgrass, Belgium, Marija Imperl, General manager of KTRC Radeče, Slovenia, Tadej Mežnar, General Manager of Sport Association Branik Maribor, Slovenia, Anton Knez, General Manager of Public Institution »Športni objekti« Maribor, Slovenia, Marjan Štimec, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport Slovenska Bistrica, Slovenia, Tomi Godec, Shooting range »Gaj« Maribor, Slovenia, Bojana Ignjatović, Sport Center Čair Niš, Serbia, Nataša Zrilić, Rijeka, Croatia, Darko Ratajc, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport Slovenske Konjice, Slovenia, Nino Ošlovnik, President of Sport Association Šoštanj, Slovenia, Mihela Gosteničnik, Public Institution »Športni objekti« Maribor, Slovenia, Aleš Murn, General manager of Public Institution for Sport Škofja Loka, Slovenia, Matjaž Ukmar, General Manager of Sport and Youth Center Piran, Slovenia, Milan Ilić, Manager of Public Company Ada Ciganlija Belgrade, Serbia, Željko Novaković, Manager of City Center for Physical Culture Belgrade, Serbia, Narciso Sorgo, Sorgo d.o.o. Koper, Slovenia, Milorad Pejčič, Belgrade, Serbia, Rafko Križman, General manager of Public Institution for sport Novo mesto, Slovenia, Darja Krošelj, Public Institution for sport Brežice, Slovenia, Tomaž Čater, University Professor at the University Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, Slovenia, Vili Bukšek, General manager of Public Institution for culture, tourism and development Rogatec, Slovenia, Remzije Uka, Manager of NTPSH »Arditi«, Priština, Helena Žagar, General manager of Public Institution for tourism, culture, sport and youth Mozirje, Slovenia, Gregor Žmak, Director of Sport Department of the Municipality Maribor, Slovenia, Bajram Uka, Manager of Sport hall »Pallati i Rinise«, Priština, Miro Kline, University Professor at the University Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, Slovenia, Milan Hosta, University Professor and Program manager at Ensico d.o.o. Ljubljana, Slovenia, Tomaž Lenič, General manager of Slovenijašport-3T d.o.o. Ljubljana, Slovenia, Uroš Troppan, Manager of Elan Inventa d.o.o. Begunje na Gorenjskem, Slovenia, Sašo Bratuš, General Manager of Public Institution for Sport and Events Medvode, Slovenia, Violeta Vasić Ilić, City Center for Physical Culture “Vračar” Belgrade, Serbia, Ana Lušina, Public Institution Sport Ratitovec Železniki, Slovenia, Martina Sorgo, Sorgo d.o.o. Koper, Slovenia, Alojz Deželak, General Manager of KRC Hrastnik, Slovenia, Lorenzo Giacchetti, Ancona, Italy and Igor Gavranovič, Sport Manager, Zagreb, Croatia.

41 General Managers and Chairmen of the Companies and Public Institutions were present at the Conference and International Seminar.

 

Agenda

  1. Opening
  2. Program of IASLIM 2009 - 2011
  3. Statute
  4. Elections of IASLIM Continental Committee for Europe
  5. Presentation of sport and leisure infrastructure in participating countries
  6. Closing

 

Discussions and Conclusions

 

Ad. 1

Roman Jakič, President of IASLIM, opened conference, greeted guests and participants at the Conference. He proposed members of the Presidency of the Conference. The Conference was chaired by Roman Jakič.

 

Ad. 2

Prof. dr. Carlos Vera Guardia, IASLIM Liaison for Latin America and Caribbean, presented program of IASLIM. Program of Association includes education, training, consultancy, standardization, certification, communication systems and publications on sport and leisure infrastructure management. Continental or Regional Conferences will adapt the Program to special circumstances and needs of infrastructure operators and countries in the region or continent.

 

Professor emphasized that International Association of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management is an organization and movement, for the purpose of improving the management of sport and leisure infrastructure through out the world.

 

Association would not be a bureaucratic organization, with a centralized structure but a network of national, regional and continental conferences and committees, as part of the international structure. Association as a movement will design a virtual space using fast communications with the internet connections, e-mail correspondence, on line video conferences and workshops, distant education, training and consulting programs and services. The Association aims to make commitments to the infrastructure managers and to develop profession of sport and leisure infrastructure management.

 

Mission of the Association is development of a network of public institutions, private companies, research institutes, educational institutions, consulting agencies, international experts, regional and local communities, which plan, build, manage and maintain sport and leisure infrastructure.

 

Association will open a space where knowledge and experiences of planning, building, managing and maintaining of sport and leisure infrastructure, will be exchanged between all interested parties, serving public interests, assuring sustainable development of environment and society, developing infrastructure and support entrepreneurship in sport and leisure business.

 

Program of IASLIM European Conference includes: (1) educational programs and international seminars, (2) “International School of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management” and cooperation with Universities, business schools and educational institutions in Europe, (3) organization of IASLIM European Conferences, (4) organization of IASLIM European Committee meetings, (5) administration of IASLIM European Committee, (6) membership of IASLIM European Conference and (7) marketing activities.

Gar Holohan emphasized the significance of developing standards of planning, building, managing and maintaining of sport facilities. Especially sport and leisure centers in small local communities. The Association can contribute in professional training of sport and leisure infrastructure managers.

 

Jože Jenšterle analysed the program and organizational structure, which will enable the implementation of the program. The Association has: (1) organized International Seminars and Conferences for Africa in Maputo, Mozambique in February 2009, for Latin America and Caribbean in San Carlos, Venezuela in May 2009 and for Europa in Ljubljana, Slovenia in September 2009, (2) promoted and supported foundation of three National Associations of Sport Centers ann Sport Managers, (3) developed cooperation with international organizations WLO - World Leisure Organization, Mercosur, AI - Africa Investor, CESS - Confederation Europeenne Sport Santé and IAKS – International Association of Sport and Leisure Facilities and (4) signed consortium agreements with Universidad Iberoamericana del Deporte from San Carlos, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics from Ljubljana, University of Primorska from Koper, Educational Center for Biotechnology, Tourism and Entrepreneuship from Novo mesto and specialised companies, for development of educational program “International School of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management”.

 

There were no additional proposals in discussion, for completion of the program. Program was accepted by acclamation.

 

Ad. 3

Jože Jenšterle, Secretary General of IASLIM, presented the amendments to the Statute of IASLIM. International Association of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management is international organization of infrastructure operators, public institutions, local communities, companies, Universities and business schools and international experts and managers. It is an international structure under construction, growing fast.

 

Secretary General has explained content of chapters and articles: (1) Name, (2) Status, (3) Objectives, (4) Address of association, (5) Membership, (6) General Assembly, (7) Extraordinary General Assembly, (8) Executive Board, (9) President, (10) Secretary General, (11) Commisions, (12) Regional and Continental Committees, (13) Head office, (14) Regional and Continental offices, (15) Working language, (16) Membership fees, (17) General financial affairs, (18) Cessation of membership, (19) Modification of Statue, (20) Dissolution and (21)

 

Other matters. 

 

The Statute of the International Association of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management

 

1. Name

 

1.1. The name of the organization is: "International Association of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management" (In further the Association).
1.2. Acronym of the Association is “IASLIM”.

 

2. Status

 

2.1. The Association is a non-profit international organization operating in the fields of sustainable development issues, social management and sport and leisure infrastructure management.

 

3. Objectives 

 

Objectives of the Association are:
3.1. Promotion of harmonized development of sport and leisure infrastructure with sustainable development of environment and society.
3.2. Representation of interests of the members of the Association.
3.3. Development of certified educational and training programs for specialized professions and working places needed for management and maintenance of sport and leisure infrastructure.
3.4. Foundation of International School of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management.
3.5. Development of expert knowledge and executive business consultancy programs for the sport and leisure infrastructure management.
3.6. Foundation of professional Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management Agency.
3.7. Development of standards and regulations of planning, construction, management and maintenance of the sport and leisure infrastructure.
3.8. Development of the network of sport and leisure centers on the local, regional, national and international level.
3.9. Foundation of Sport and Leisure Infrastructure Management Center of Competence, which will run statistics, determine the quality criteria, issue the certificates of excellence to the sport and leisure centers in different categories and conduct the register of sport and leisure centers. Best sport and leisure centers will be awarded and promoted.
3.10. Editing of the catalogue of sport and leisure centers, which will present sport centers all over the World, with their facilities, technologies, programmes, services and contacts. World directory of sport and leisure centers will be prepared. Editorial board will be set up.
3.11. Establishment of international company, which will provide funding and support management of the program of the Association.

 

4. Address of the Association

 

4.1. The venue of the Association is at the office address of the Association as decided by the executive board.

 

5. Membership and observership

 

5.1. Executive board, subject to ratification by the next General Assembly, may first approve membership in the Association. Approval and ratification of membership takes place at the beginning of the general assembly. Immediately upon approval of membership by the General Assembly, the new member will have full voting rights.
5.2. Membership is open to all public institutions, private companies, research institutes, educational institutions, consultancy agencies, regional and local communities, which plan, build, manage and maintain sport and leisure infrastructure or exercise educational and consultancy programs.
5.3. The Association has also individual members, who are distinguished managers and scientists of sport and leisure infrastructure management community, officials of international sport federations, top-level athletes and other internationally recognized professionals, who contributed to the development of sport and leisure infrastructure.
5.4. Associate membership in the Association may be granted to:

  • companies and organizations, which operate in the fields of planning, building, managing and maintaining sport and leisure infrastructure or trade with equipment, clothing, requisites or other products and services needed in the sport and leisure infrastructure,
  • organizations which do not fulfil the requirements for full membership as set out above,
  • organizations which prefer associate membership to full membership.

Associate members have no voting rights at the general assembly.
5.5. Observers are organizations or individuals, who are invited by Executive Board, to participate General Assembly. Observers have no voting rights at the general assembly.

 

6. General Assembly

 

6.1. General Assembly is the highest authority and governing body of the Association. Each affiliated member has one vote. They can vote through their delegates or representatives of regional or continental conferences, which members they are, with written authorization. Each member of the Association can accredit up to five delegates at general assembly, all of whom having speaking rights. (from Article 6.2.)
6.2. General Assembly shall convene at least every two years. Two months notice shall be given of the date and venue of the General Assembly. (before article 6.2.)
6.3. Quorum for the General Assembly is presence of more than half of the members.
6.4. Observers or associate members may attend general assembly for observations only. Observers or associate members may only address general assembly at the discretion of the meeting. (before Article 6.3.)
6.5. General Assembly decides on:

  • statute,
  • programs,
  • reports,
  • budget,
  • ratification of the membership in the Association,
  • ratification of executive board members,
  • election of the president, vice-presidents,
  • ratification of the membership fees,
  • other businesses on the agenda. (before Article 6.8.)

6.6. General Assembly verifies reports from:

  • the President,
  • the Auditor, presented by Executive Board,
  • Commissions, Regional and Continental Conferences,
  • educational institutions, agencies and other organizations established by the Association. (before Article 6.9.)

6.7. General Assembly ratifies executive board members, who are elected by members of Regional or Continental Conferences. General Assembly elects the President and Vice-Presidents among ratified executive board members. Nominations for the positions are valid only, if the Secretary General has received them at least 60 days before the General Assembly. Secretary General must forward these nominations to all members of the Association at least 30 days before the General Assembly. All elections are organized by secret ballot or public elections. General Assembly decides about elections. If more than two candidates are nominated for the post of the President or Vice-President and no candidate receives a simple majority (more than 50 % of the vote cast) on the first count, the candidate with the least number of votes will be withdrawn from the ballot paper and succeeding votes will be taken until one candidate reaches a simple majority. If there is only one candidate nominated for a post, a vote shall be taken “for” or “against”. In the event of no valid nominations having been received or no nominee being elected, nominations from the floor will be accepted. Mandate of the President, Vice-Presidents and Executive Board members is four (4) years. (before Article 6.4.)
6.8. Substitutions of Executive Board members if required will be by co-option. Executive Board will execute co-option with the person with the next highest vote at the last elections for the position in question. (before Article 6.6.)
6.9. On recommendation of Executive Board, General Assembly appoints an auditor. (before Article 6.7.)
6.10. Members of the Executive Board have speaking rights at the General Assembly. They do not have voting rights, unless they are delegates of their organizations at General Assembly.

 

7. Extraordinary General Assembly

 

7.1. The President call an Extraordinary General Assembly, if one third of the members or a majority of the Executive Board members make a written request to that effect.

 

8. President

 

8.1. The President has the authority to speak on behalf of the Association, in as much as he/she is answerable to the executive board and the general assembly.
8.2. The President presides Executive Board meetings and General Assembly.
8.3. The President has overall responsibility for the general running of the Association.
8.4. In case of parity of votes at either Executive Board meeting or General Assembly, the President has the casting vote. The longest serving Vice-President within his or her election period shall deputize the president in his absence and carry out all functions normally undertaken by the President.

 

9. Executive Board

 

9.1. Executive Board governs and manages the association in between General Assemblies. It is responsible to the General Assembly.
9.2. Executive Board decides on:

  • convening, agenda, materials and proposals for General Assembly,
  • approval of the membership in the Association,
  • foundation of Regional and Continental Conferences,
  • execution of the program,
  • operational and financial questions,
  • membership fees,
  • appointment of the Secretary General.

9.3. Executive Board is composed of members of the Regional and Continental Committees that are ratified by General Assembly. Regional Committees can have up to 7 members and Continental Committees up to 9 members in the Executive Board. (before Article 9.2.)
9.4. Executive Board meets at least once a year, with a minimum of 60 days notice. (before Article 9.5.)
9.5. Quorum for Executive Board meeting is presence of more than half of the members. (before Article 9.6.)
9.6. Each member of the Executive Board must be a member of an affiliated organization of the Association. (before Article 9.7.)
9.7. Executive Board can appoint honorary members. Honorary member will be invited to participate Executive Board meetings, without voting right. (before Article 9.8.)

 

10. Secretary General

 

10.1. Executive Board appoints a Secretary General who, with reference to the President, is responsible for implementation of the program of the Association, financial affairs and co-ordination between General Assembly, Executive Board, Commissions, Regional and Continental Conferences and Committees.
10.2. The Secretary General is responsible for materials and proposals for the meetings of the Executive Board and General Assembly. He attends the meetings, without voting rights.
10.3. The Secretary General receives fee or salary, which is decided by the Executive Board.

 

11. Commissions

 

11.1. The Executive Board may establish Commissions to assist it in the work of the Association.
11.2. Commissions cover different scopes of activity, such as Statutes, Finances, Public Relations, Marketing, Development, etc. The Executive Board appoints Chairmen and members of Commissions. Each member has one vote. Commissions shall meet at least once a year, with a minimum of two months notice.
11.3. Quorum for the Commission’s meeting is presence more than half of the members. (before in Article 11.2.)
11.4. Each member of the Commission must be a member of an affiliated organization of the Association.

12. Regional and Continental Conferences

12.1. The Executive Board may establish Regional or Continental Conferences to assist it in the work of the Association.
12.2. Regional Conferences encompass, organize and represent members of the Association from geographically, politically and economically rounded up areas.
12.3. Continental Conferences encompasses, organize and represent members of the Association from one defined continent.
12.4. Regional and Continental Conferences decide on:

  • statute,
  • programs,
  • reports,
  • budget,
  • elections of the President, Vice-Presidents, Regional and Continental Committee’s members,
  • other businesses on the agenda.

12.5. Each member of Regional or Continental Conferences has one vote. Quorum for the Regional or Continental Conference’s meeting is presence more than half of the members. The Conferences meet at least once every two years, with a minimum of 30 days notice.
12.6. Members of the Regional or Continental Conferences elect the President and members of Regional and Continental Committees, for a four-year period.
12.7. Regional or Continental Committees decides on:

  • projects,
  • reports,
  • budget,
  • convening, agenda, materials and proposals for Regional of Continental Conferences,
  • operational and financial questions,
  • appointment of the Secretary/Director,
  • other businesses on the agenda.

12.8. The appointed President must communicate all decisions of the Regional or Continental Conferences and Committees to the Executive Board, for approval. All Conferences are responsible to the Executive Board. (before Article 11.7.)
12.9. Each member of the Regional or Continental Conferences must be a member of an affiliated organization of the Association. (before Article 11.8.)
12.10. The Regional or Continental Conferences can appoint honorary members. The honorary members will be invited to participate in the Conferences meetings without voting right. (before Article 11.9.)

 

13. Head Office

 

13.1. The Executive Board may set up Head Office to assist the work of the Association, execute the program of the Association, perform marketing activities, organize administration and co-ordinate work of the General Assembly, Executive Board, Commissions, Regional and Continental Conferences and Committees.
13.2. The Executive Board shall decide the place, organizational structure, personnel and financial sources of the Head Office.
13.3. The Executive Board appoints Director of the Head Office, who is responsible for the administration, marketing and financial operations. He employs the personnel. For his work he is responsible to the Executive Board and Secretary General.
13.4. Director of the Head Office attends the meetings of the Executive Board, without voting rights.
13.5. Director of the Head Office receives fee or salary, which is decided by the Executive Board.

 

14. Regional and Continental Offices

 

14.1. Regional or Continental Conferences may set up Regional or Continental Offices, with approval of Executive Board.
14.2. Regional or Continental Offices assist the work of Regional or Continental Conferences, execute the program of the Committees, perform marketing activities, organize administration and co-ordinate work of the members.
14.3. Regional or Continental Conferences decide the place, organizational structure, personnel and financial sources of the Regional or Continental Offices.

14.4. Directors of the Regional or Continental Offices, who are responsible for the administration, marketing and financial operations. They employ the personnel. For their work they are responsible to the Regional or Continental Committees.
14.5. Directors of the Regional or Continental Offices attend the meetings of Regional and Continental Conferences and Committees, without voting rights.
14.6. Directors the Regional or Continental Offices receive fee or salary, which is decided by the Regional or Continental Committees.

 

15. Working languages

 

15.1. Working languages of the Association are:

  • English (first language) and local language (second language) at General Assembly,
  • other languages at Regional and Continental Conferences (Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese, Portuguese, Arabic and others languages).

 

16. Membership fees

 

16.1. Each member Organization pays an annual membership fee, which is decided by the Executive Board.

 

17. General financial affairs

 

17.1. The income of the Association derives from:

  • membership fees,
  • contributions from institutions, organizations, persons and companies,
  • income-generating projects,
  • marketing activities,
  • other financial sources.

18. Cessation of membership

 

18.1. The Executive Board may terminate the membership of any Organization, if two-thirds of the members present and voting decide that the Organization has ceased to comply with the objectives or Statute of the Association.
18.2. Excluded Organizations will have a right of appeal to the next General Assembly.
18.3. Notification of terminations and appeals must be forwarded to all members.

 

19. Modification of the Statute

 

19.1. A Statute can only be amended, added or deleted by a General Assembly or an Extraordinary General Assembly.
19.2. The proposed amendment must be submitted in writing for inclusion on the agenda of the General Assembly or an Extraordinary General Assembly.
19.3. The President must receive such proposals not less than 90 days before the General Assembly or an Extraordinary General Assembly.
19.4. The President must forward all proposed amendments to the members not less than 60 days before the General Assembly or an Extraordinary General Assembly.
19.5. A proposal to amend, add or delete a Statute can only be carried by at least 70% of the votes cast.

 

20. Dissolution

 

20.1. The dissolution of the Association can only be pro¬nounced by a General Assem¬bly, or by an Extra¬ordin¬a¬ry General Assembly called for this purpose.
20.2. A two-thirds majority of the members present and voting is required for dissolution.
20.3. The Assembly decide on the appropriation of the Association's properties, which can only be assigned to International Organizations recognized as having the same aims as the Association.

 

21. Other Matters

 

21.1. The Executive Board decide on matters, which are considered relevant to the Association but not mentioned in this Statute.

 

There were no additional proposals in discussion, for completion of the Statute. It was accepted by acclamation. The Statute will be subject to changes.

 

Ad. 4

Roman Jakič, President of IASLIM, asked members of the Association about the sistem of elections of the President and members of IASLIM European Committee. They can be executed by sicret ballot, public elections or acclamation. Members decided that elections will be executed by acclamation.

 

Roman Jakič presented the candidates, procedures and consultations with the members of Associations. Proposals were presented by: (1) UBAE from Barcelona for Toni Llop, President of CESS – Head of Operations Eurofitness&UBAE, (2) Sport Center Association of Serbia for Ranko Matijašević, General Manager of City Center for Physical Culture Belgrade, as present President of Sport Center Association of Serbia, (3) members from Croatia for Zlatan Hreljac, General Manager of Rijekasport d.o.o. from Rijeka and (4) Sport Center Association of Slovenia for Roman Jakič, General Manager of Public Institution Tivoli Ljubljana.

 

There were no additional proposals for committee’s members from the floor.

 

Members of the Association present at IASLIm European Conference, elected members of IASLIM European Committee: Roman Jakič, President and Members Toni Llop, Ranko Matijaševič and Zlatan Hreljac, with acclamation.

 

Ad. 5

Representatives of participating countries presented reports and presentations about sport and leisure infrastructure in their countries.

 

Gar Holohan presented Education & Training of Sports Managers in Ireland, sport & leisure management programmes available in Ireland, career routes after qualification, career progression, Aura sport & leisure management and mission, management skills, Aura organizational structure and facility staffing / training.

 

Toni Llop presented social management of sport and leisure infrastructure in Catalunya, system of funding, relations with local communities, development of innovative programs, promotional and marketing activities.

 

Dragan Palamarević presented sport infrastructure management in Serbia, promotion of new programs of phisical activities, system of funding and education of sport center managers.

 

Zlatan Hreljac presented new investments in sport infrastructure in Rijeka, programs, system of funding and sport facilities as part of tourist infrastructure.

 

Ad. 6

Jože Jenšterle, Secretary General of IASLIM, introduced the program of meetings with CIDyR in Barcelona and IAKS in Cologne, in October this year. During next few months, members of the Committee will carry out consultations about the place and date of the next International seminar and European Conference of the Association.

 

Roman Jakič, President of IASLIM European Committee, expressed his and his colleagues’ gratitude for confidence given by members of the Association. He invited participants of the Conference to lunch and closed the IASLIM European Conference 2009.

 

The Conference ended at 13.00 p.m.

 

Jože Jenšterle
Secretary General

 

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