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TRANSLATION Registered By decree no. 376 issued by the Head of Administration of the Kirovsky District of Yekaterinburg in 1997. Approved by the General Assembly of the public association "Sutyajnik" (minutes of 10 February 1997). CHARTER Yekaterinburg I. Goals and missions 1.1 Non-governmental educational institution for additional professional education (advanced training of specialists of the `Human Rights Academy' [hereinafter: the Academy]) is higher education institution and is established for the purpose of enhancing professional skills of specialists, the improvement of their business skills, and preparing them for new job functions. Short title: non-governmental educational institution DPO (PK) S "Human Rights Academy". The Academy is a leading educational centre for supplementary professional education in jurisprudence, that facilitates the education of highly qualified personnel, conducts fundamental and applied research, and provides necessary consultative, scientific and analytical assistance to other educational institutions, organizations and private persons. 1.2 The main objectives of the Academy are: preparing highly qualified jurists, specialized in the field of human rights, spreading knowledge and shaping the modern legal culture in the field of human rights protection on the basis of achievements by Russian and foreign law schools, facilitating international cooperation in the field of human rights, meeting the needs of citizens and professionals for acquiring knowledge about the latest developments in jurisprudence, human rights protection, and advanced domestic and foreign experiences, organizing and conduct of training and professional retraining professionals from business, organizations and institutions, civil servants, redundant workers, and unemployed citizens and professionals, realizing educational programs of higher professional education following the educational standard for higher professional education on three levels: undergraduate education, the basic educational program, providing training to professionals with a Bachelors degree for educational programs, providing training for professionals with a Masters degree, and the realization of additional educational programs and educational programs of secondary specialized education, which include: advanced trainings, internships, professional retraining, retraining in accordance with governmental standards, realization of copyright educational programs in human rights, organization and conduct of academic research, scientific-technical and experimental work, consultation, academic examination of programs, projects, recommendations, and other documents and materials in the field of jurisprudence, conduct of seminars for public defenders of human rights, assistance in seeking employment. Activities requiring a license are carried out only after obtaining a license. 3. In accordance with the objectives of the Academy its activities are carried out in the following areas: development, adoption and implementation of programs for higher legal education of a corresponding level, preparing professionals with secondary higher education, with undergraduate education, professionals with a Bachelors degree, jurists with a Masters degree qualification; development, adoption and implementation of additional educational programs of higher professional education, as well as secondary specialist education of a corresponding level aimed at preparing personnel, advanced training for professionals, theoretical research, lawmaking and other scientific research in the area of human rights protection, preparation of development of schoolbooks and educational materials, scientific and other works on the subject, organization and realization of educational and scientific relations, research and development in the area of human rights protection in cooperation with international and foreign institutions. 1.4 The Academy realizes methodological and practical developments in the field of human rights in the Russian Federation and abroad through the input by students, teachers of the Academy, practitioners and private researchers in the Russian Federation and other countries. 1.5 The Academy carries out its activities in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation, federal laws, normative acts, and this Charter. 1.6 The Academy is founded by regional public association `Sutyajnik', located at: the city of Yekaterinburg, 46-48 Uktusskaya Street (certificate of registration issued by the Justice Department of the Sverdlovsk region on August 29 1994 under the number 942). 1.7 The Academy may have faculties, departments, laboratories, data centres, labs, and other structural units. The Academy may have branches (representations). 1.8 The Academy is a non profit organization (institution), active on the territory of the Sverdlovsk region. The Academy is located at: 11-10 Turgenev Street, Yekaterinburg 620052. 1.9 The Academy is a legal entity from the moment of state registration and the procedure established by the legislation of the Russian Federation. 1.10 The Academy has a current and other accounts in Russian and foreign currencies in banks, a round seal with a short name, stamps and forms with its short name. 1.11 The Academy carries out its activities in accordance with the Constitution of the Russian Federation, the laws of the Russian Federation "On Education", and this Charter. 1.12 The Academy is independent in carrying out educational processes, the selection and placement of personnel, and scientific, financial, economic and other activities within the limits stipulated by the legislation of the Russian Federation and this Charter. 1.13 Changes and amendments to this Charter shall be made by the Academic Council and approved at a meeting of the Council of public association `Sutyajnik'. 1.14 The Academy manages, records and preserves staff documents (orders, personnel records, bank cards, personnel bank accounts). In case of reorganization the Academy passes specified documents on to a legal successor, in the absence of which the documents shall be deposited at the City Archives in accordance with the requirements of the archival institution and at the expense of the Academy. 1.15 Employees of the Academy are provided with health insurance and social security following the procedures and according to the conditions determined by law. 1.16 The manager is personally responsible for the efforts that are required for the organization of obligatory record of those employees who are reservists. II. Management of the Academy 2.1 The governing bodies of the Academy are the Rector and the Academic Council. 2.2. General management of the Academy is provided by an elected representative body: the Academic Council, headed by the leadership of the institution. The Academic Council of the Academy is elected among the teachers of the Academy at the General Assembly. The meeting is valid if attended by 2/3 of the total number of teachers. The decision is made by majority vote. 2.3. The competences of the Academic Council include: the approval of educational training programs for specialists; decision making in the area of education, reorganization and liquidation of branches, faculties and departments of the Academy; hearing the Rector's reports and taking decisions accordingly; review and decide on proposals by the rector on other Academy matters in accordance with this Charter. 2.4 Direct management of the Academy is carried out by the Rector of the Academy. 2.5 Departments of faculties of the Academy are headed by vice rectors, appointed by the Rector based on a decision of the Academic Council of the Academy. 2.6 The Head of the Academy (Rector) is appointed by the Council of public association `Sutyajnik' for 5 years and takes part in the Academic Council of the Academy. 2.7 In the absence of a Rector (if this position remains vacant), the Rector's functions are fulfilled by a person appointed by the President of public association `Sutyajnik'. 2.8. Within the limits of its powers, as defined in Charter of the Academy, the Head issues orders and instructions, mandatory for all categories of employees and students of the institution, and hires and dismisses employees of the Academy. 2.9. The Rector acts without authorization on behalf of the Academy, hires and dismisses employees, defines the structure and cadres of the Academy, decides the size of student scholarships, salaries of the teaching staff and other employees, and decides on other matters of the Academy, with the exception of those assigned by this Charter to the Academic Council. 2.10 Within the limits of his powers the Rector issues orders and instructions, binding for all employees and students of the Academy. 2.11 The Rector may delegate some of his powers to vice rectors, as well as heads of departments, faculties and other structural units of the Academy to address matters within these units. 2.12 Activities of the faculties, branches and departments of the Academy, and the terms of appointment of their heads, are determined in accordance with the regulations established by the Council of public association `Sutyajnik'. III. Students and employees of the Academy 3.1 The right to admission to the Academy is reserved for citizens of the Russian Federation, foreign citizens and persons without citizenship (stateless persons?). Training of specialists the Master of Law specialization is carried out among persons with higher legal education. 3.2 Academy students are those enrolled for education by order of the head of the educational institution. 3.3 Rules and procedures for admission to study at the Academy, the size and structure of admission, and curricula are approved by the Academic Council. 3.4 Academy students, for the duration of their training, receive a certificate testifying to the period of enrolment at the Academy. 3.5 The rights and obligations of Academy students are governed by the present Charter and internal regulations. 3.6 Academy students have the right to: participate in the development of content for curricula and to choose in consultation with the respective educational departments disciplines for facultative and individual forms of education; use the available in the faculties, departments and other structure units of the institution, the normative, instructive, educational and methodical documentation on professional activities, as well as the library, information facilities, services of other departments in the manner defined by this Charter or the provisions to it; participate in conferences and seminars, submit their essays, theses and other materials for publication in the institutional publications; appeal the orders and instructions of the institution administration in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. Students also have other rights, under the legislation of the Russian Federation and the Academy Charter. 3.7 The level of knowledge of students of the Academy is periodically assessed through testing of knowledge, defence of degree papers and theses, essays, exams, and interviews, the composition of which is determined by the Board of public association "Sutyazhnik". 3.8 Academy students who have fulfilled all requirements of the curriculum, are admitted to the final evaluation, the results of which determine the issuance of a certificate acknowledging the received higher legal training and qualification. 3.9 The procedure for fulfilment of the requirements of the curriculum and the final evaluation is provided by regulation approved by the Board of "Sutyazhnik". A commission, appointed by members of the Academic Council, carries out the final certification. 3.10 The Academy, under the public association "Sutyazhnik", after obtaining accreditation, issues to students who have successfully completed the training, the following state documents: a certificate of advanced training - for persons who passed short term training or participated in thematic and case-study seminars on the program in the amount of 72 up to 100 hours; testimony of advanced training - for persons who passed training on the program in amount exceeding 100 hours; a degree of vocational retraining - for persons who have received training on the program exceeding 500 hours. 3.11 Certificates and other documents of Academy graduation are handed to the graduates during a festive ceremony in the presence of representatives of the public association "Sutyazhnik". 3.12 Persons studying in authors' (copyright) programs, as well as prior to Academy accreditation, receive a graduation certificate specimen, approved by the Board of public association "Sutyazhnik" and endorsed by the Academic Council. 3.13 The Academy provides for teaching posts, consultants, researchers, technical engineers and administrators. All positions are filled by labour agreement (contract), in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. Teaching posts are filled in accordance with the Regulation on Placement of Teaching Staff, approved by the Board of public association "Sutyazhnik". 3.14 In addition to the full-time teaching staff, the educational process at the Academy may be carried out by scholars, specialists, lawyers from different organizations and institutions, representatives of federal executive authorities, practitioners, officials from government, courts, prosecution and police under a part-time or hourly wage in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. 3.15 For failure to comply by the curriculum, violation of the present Charter and internal regulations, the student can receive a remark, reprimand or severe reprimand. For the systematic violation of discipline, or academic failure the student may be expelled from the Academy by the Rector's decree. The student may appeal the decree on expulsion to the Academic Council. 3.16 Employees of the Academy have the right to: advance professional and educational qualifications at the expense of the institution; elect and be elected to governing bodies of the institution; use informational and methodological facilities, as well as services of the institutions educational, research, social and household, medical and other of its subdivisions, in accordance with the present Charter; appeal orders and instructions by the administration of the institution in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. Academy employees also have other rights, determined by the legislation of the Russian Federation, the Academy Charter and labour agreements (contracts). 3.17 Academy teachers have the right to participate in shaping the content of educational programs, choose teaching methods and tools that best meet their individual needs and provide high quality educational and scientific processes. 3.18 Internal rules of behaviour establish different types of encouragement for achievements in educational, methodical, research and consulting activity.. 3.19 The Academy allows for the establishment of trade unions and other public interest organizations, the activities of which are regulated under the legislation of the Russian Federation. IV. Educational, methodological and scientific activities of the Academy 4.1 Advanced training and professional retraining of specialists at the Academy of human rights at "Sutyazhnik" is carried out outside work, on the job with partial leave and individual training. Terms and forms of advanced training are determined by a Regulation, approved by the Academic Council. 4.2 The Academy may host additional professional educational programs, varying in date, level and focus. 4.3 Additional professional educational programs are developed, approved and implemented independently by the Academy considering the needs of the client, as well as the requirements of state educational standards for the level of training for a given specialization. 4.4 The educational training institution develops and approves curricula, including curricula for individual specialist training. The procedure for development and approval of curricula is defined by the Regulations, determined by the Academic Council. 4.5 The educational process at the Academy can be carried out throughout the academic year. The workload of teaching staff is planned for the period of the academic year. The duration of the academic year is determined by the Board of public association "Sutyazhnik". 4.6 The Academy offers the following types of classes and educational works: lectures, workshops, seminars, laboratory work, seminars to exchange experiences, field trips, internships, counselling, coursework, theses and other types of coursework. 4.7 For all types of classes the duration of an academic hour is 40-50 minutes. 4.8 The Academy carries out scientific and methodological work in order to the improve quality of education, constructed on the basis of domestic and international educational practices, performs publishing activities according to the established procedure, releases curricula and programs, teaching materials, lecture notes and textbooks, and organizes scientific and methodical conferences, seminars and meetings. 4.9 Subjects for publications, academic research and seminars are developed by the Academic Council and approved by the Board of public association "Sutyazhnik". V. Supervision over the activities of the Academy 5.1 Immediate supervision over the implementation of the curriculum and the present Charter by the Academy is exercised by the founding public association "Sutyazhnik". 5.2 Monitoring of the Academy's compliance with existing legislation is exercised by public authorities within their jurisdiction. 5.3 The Academy performs operational and accounting audits, conducts statistical and accounting, and presents in due form the quarterly and annual audit and statistical reports. 5.4 The Academy may receive public accreditation in various Russian, foreign and international public, scientific and industrial structures. VI. Economic and financial activities of educational institutions for advanced training 6.1 For the Academy to realize its statutory activities, it may hold property objects (land, buildings, construction, equipment, inventory), as well as other property for consumer, cultural, social and other purposes, necessary for the realization of these goals. 6.2 Property of the Academy further includes buildings, construction, inventory and other property acquired at its own expense, as well as monetary resources, property and other property passed to it by individuals and/or legal entities by gift, donation or will. 6.3 Property objects, attached to the Academy, are under the control of the institution. 6.4 The Academy shall possess, use and manage property that is attached to it in accordance with its purpose, its statutory goals, Russian legislation and the contract between the Academy and its founder. 6.5 Sources of property acquisition and financing of the educational institution for advanced training are: material and financial resources of the founder(s); resources, received through statutory activities; bank credits and other creditors; voluntary donations and allotted contributions from legal entities, including foreign ones, and other sources. 6.6 The Academy may engage in business activities provided for by its Charter, in accordance with Russian legislation, is this is not to the detriment of the main statutory activities. 6.7 The Academy may use bank credit and is responsible for any failure to comply with loan settlement agreements. 6.8 Within the limits of its existing funds for labor remuneration the Academy independently determines the form and system of wages, allowances, bonuses, and other incentive-based payments. VII. International activities of the Academy 7.1 The Academy conducts international cooperation in the field of advanced training and professional training of specialists, pedagogical and scientific activities, and non-economic activities in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. 7.2 Advanced training and professional specialist retraining of foreign nationals at the educational institution for advanced training, and teaching, scientific research and internships abroad by students and staff are carried out on the basis of international agreements and treaties. VIII. Liquidation and reorganization of the Academy 8.1 The Academy may be reorganized or liquidated by the founder or by court rule in cases provided by the legislation of the Russian Federation. 8.2 The order of liquidation and settlement with creditors is defined by applicable law. 8.3 In case of liquidation of the Academy, its remaining property, after fulfillment of creditors claims, shall be decided over by the owner thereof.
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