Transparency International Romania approach

In order to achieve the vision of an honest country, without corruption, we must allow Romanian citizens to take an attitude against corruption whenever they cheek with it and to educate people about the benefits they generate if they behave with integrity , both for themselves and for the society they belong to.

Vision

An honest country, without corruption

 

 

Mission

We will support people and institutions to promote integrity and to stop corruption in all its forms.

 

Objectives

Transparency International Romania has two major priorities: improving the reporting and sanctioning of corruption in Romania and changing attitudes among citizens in organisations, so that corruption becomes unacceptable in Romania.

Governance

Ethics Code
Preamble

This code of conduct is developed in applying the provisions of art. 7, para. 3, lit. D, of Art. 351, para 2-4 and of art. 354, para. 1, lit. G of the Statute of the Romanian Association for Transparency | Transparency International Romania (TI-Romania). The code of conduct is based on the Transparency International Declaration on the coalition's vision, values and guiding principles, adopted by the annual meeting in Prague, 2001. It also corresponds to the Transparency International (TI) policy on conflicts of interest presented at the annual TI assembly in Nairobi, 2004 and approved by the TI Board of Directors in October 2004, which is annexed to this Code of ethics and are an integral part of it.

While the statement establishes the general ethical framework, this code of ethics responds to the peculiarities, conditions and aspirations of TI-Romania. Persons associated with TI-Romania assume the highest standards of integrity and responsibility, acting in accordance with the essence of the values and guiding principles of TI and promoting these standards and principles.
 
The people associated with TI-Romania promote the principles of the Global Movement Transparency International and its ideals. This code is a live document, its value for TI-Romania consisting in the ability to create a suitable environment for promoting integrity.
  Code of conduct

The Board of Directors ensures the enforcement of the General Assembly's decisions. It is made up of seven members elected by the General Assembly.
The Board of Directors is a collective body, who performs his duties in meetings convened monthly or whenever necessary, by president, Executive Director or at least two of its members. Conventions are made in writing, with the mention of the agenda.
The Board of Directors adopts decisions in exercising the following tasks:

 

  • assures the administrative management of the Association
  • presents to the General Assembly the activity report for the previous period, execution income budget and costs, the balance sheet, draft income budget and costs and project programs of the Association; drafts the budget of the Association on chapters
  • names, revokes and establishes allowances of the executive director
  • decides to change the headquarters of the Association
  • establishes and develops relationships with other associations, foundations, other legal entities and approves affiliation to organizations or coalitions with purpose and similar activities, from the country and abroad
  • excludes from the membership of the Association, based on the Senate approval, those people who, through actions that harm the Association's interests, are susceptible to revoke this quality
  • takes note of the requests to renounce membership of the Association
  • approves the organization chart of the staff
  • designates persons with bank signature rights

Board of Directors

  • Marian Popa
    President
  • Dragoș Ștefan Șeuleanu
    Board of Directors
  • Cătălin Petrescu
    Board of Directors
  • Alic Saiciuc
    Board of Directors
  • Adriana Luminița Popa
    Board of Directors
  • Mădălina Afrăsinie
    Madalina Afrasinie
    Board of Directors
  • Victor Alistar
    Board of Directors
  Institutional transparency details

The Senate ensures that members and staff respect the values and guiding principles of the Association. He consists of three people chosen by the General Assembly; at least one of these people must be a member of the association.

The Senate seeks to strengthen and raise the ethical standards of the association's members and staff in order to provide a viable model to dignitaries, public servants, businessmen and other civil society organizations.

The mandate of the members of the Senate is 3 years from the date of their election by the General Assembly.

Senate members

  • Maria Maxim
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Carmen Popa
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  Institutional transparency details

The General Assembly consists of all members of the association.
The General Assembly has the right to control the board of directors, the Senate and the censor.
General meetings shall be held at least once a year, at least 30 days before the balance sheet is lodged for the preceding year. The general meetings shall be convened by the Chairman, the board of directors or by 1/3 of the members of the Association, by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, at least 10 days before the date of the hearing.
The decisions of the general meetings of the Associates shall be adopted by a majority of the votes of the Members present.

The General Assembly has the following tasks:

  • Establishes the strategy and general objectives of the Association
  • Approves the revenue and expenditure budget and the accounting balance
  • Elects and revokes members of the board of directors and of the Senate
  • Appoints and revokes the censor
  • Decides to set up subsidiaries or other subunits
  • Decides on the amendment of the Constituent Act and of the Statute
  • Decides on the dissolution and liquidation of the Association, as well as on the establishment of the destination of the goods remaining after liquidation
  • Controls the activity and management of the Board of directors, Senate and censorship.

Membrii Adunarii Generale

  Institutional transparency details
  • Marian Popa
    President
  • Adela Salceanu
    General Assembly Member
  • Adriana Luminița Popa
    Board of Directors
  • Alic Saiciuc
    Board of Directors
  • Carmen Popa
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Cătălin Petrescu
    Board of Directors
  • Cătălin Sturza
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Corneliu Popescu
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Cristian Petcu
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Dragoș Ștefan Șeuleanu
    Board of Directors
  • George Georgescu
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Georgeta Ionescu
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Gheorghe Florea
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Ligia Georgescu Goloșoiu
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Mădălina Afrăsinie
    Madalina Afrasinie
    Board of Directors
  • Maria Maxim
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Marian Florea
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Raluca Bejan
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Sebastian Văduva
    Membru Adunarea Generala
  • Victor Alistar
    Board of Directors

Contact

Postal address:
Bd. General Gheorghe Magheru 28-30, et. 3, Sector 1, 
Bucuresti, cod 010336 - ROMANIA
 

Office telephones

tel: +4 031 6606 000
fax: +4 031 6606 006

ALAC Romania

+4 031 6606 007

E-mail addresses

Office: office@transparency.org.ro
ALAC Romania: centru@transparency.org.ro

Data Protection Officer: dpo@transparency.org.ro
 

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