1.  General Statements

"International Association of Caucasology" (further the association) represents a juridical person, which form is a union. The association functions on behalf of its members and expresses their interests in state executive and administrative departments.


The association follows Georgian constitution in its work as well as current legislation and below statements.

1.3. The work of the association covers the whole Georgia.

The association is not responsible for its members obligations as well as the members are not responsible for the obligations of the association.

1.5. The association address is: Tbilisi, Paster Street 8.
2.  The Goals and Tasks
2.1. The goals of the association are:
  To protect human rights.

To raise populations political culture, enhancement of principles and ideas of democracy, political, ideological and world outlook pluralism.


Peaceful settlement of social and political problems based on the principle of respect to personal freedom and national cultural values; propaganda and establishment of these principles.


To develop harmoniously the economic system, spread of principles of free entrepreneurship and experience.


To achieve tolerance between the parties in conflict on political, ethnic and other grounds and peaceful dialogue, raising awareness of pressing social and political problems.


Objective evaluation and analysis of the general problems in democratic reformation of the country.

  Familiarization of western, eastern and Georgian cultural-intellectual relations in the field of science, education and humanities.
  To exchange cultural scientific values.
  To establish cultural and scientific contacts with Georgian as well as with different European countries cultural-scientific centers.
  By the cooperation with foreign colleagues to create cultural and humanitarian sciences data bases in the form of computer encyclopaedia.
  To conduct together with foreign colleagues joint publications according to current legislation.

3.  The Members of the Association and their Rights

3.1. The members of the association may be juridical and physical persons.
3.2. The membership is free.

The acceptance of member is depended on the unanimity of the board of the directors on the basement of the future members letter and by the recommendation of the two members of the association.

3.4. The association members have rights:
3.5. To be elected in the head office of the association.
3.6. To participate in the general meetings of the association.

To name the candidates to the board of directors, to vote personally and with the help of the representative, or by written vote paper during the elections of the board of directors, also, during the setting of rules and its changes.

3.8. To work as the official persons in the administrative organs of the association.
3.9. To take part in the measures of the association.
3.10. The members of the association are obliged:
3.11. To conduct association goals and tasks.

In case of violation of the association regulations, the sanctions as the warning, including reproof and excluding from the association can be used.

3.13. The membership of the association may be stopped in the following cases:
3.14. Living the association on the basement of private written letter.
3.15. The association membership cancellation.
3.16. The reason of the excluding may be:
3.17. Systematical violation of the association regulations.
3.18. The discreditation of the association by the improper action.
3.19. The board of directors has the right to exclude the member by the majority of the voices.

4.  The Structure of the Association and Administration


The association highest organ is the members general meeting. It takes the final decision, confirm and state the working plans. The general meeting can make changes and adding in the association regulations. The general meeting is led at least twice a year in the association office or in the place agreed upon.

4.2. The decision in the general meeting is accepted by the majority of voices. The changes in the regulation can be made by the 2/3 of the whole voices.
4.3. The out of tern general meeting can be held by the head of the association, revision commission members or by the association members 1/10 on the basement of written statement.
4.4. The decision about the changes the goals need 4/5 of the voices of all members.
4.5. The general meeting elects the revision commission.
4.6. The general meeting elects the board of directors.

The board of directors consists of 6 members, who are elected by 2 years period. The boards of directors continue its work till the elections of the new board. The board has the total guardianship on the association and is responsible against association general meeting. The board meets twice a week and the meetings are led by the head person. In case of voice separation the heads voice is decisive. The decisions are made by the simple majority of the voices.

4.8. The general meeting of the association elects the head of the association.
4.9. The head of the association is taking the representative functions, conducts the management of executive organ, makes its structure, and leads its work, singes association financial documents.
4.10. The representative rights of the association head may be limited only by general meeting. This limit has the power for the third person only if they are registered in reestr , except the cases, when the third persons knew about these limits.
4.11. Revision commission controls the association financial activity and is responsible in the face of general meeting. Revision commission member can not be the board member.

5.  The Association Property, Economic Activity and Responsibility

5.1. The association has the right by the legislation rule to lead its creative and economic activity.
5.2. The association property consists of general funds which are necessary to provide material work, sums and some other values, which are reflected in the association independent balance.
5.3. The association credit sources are:
5.4. Grants and voluntary charitable subscription.
5.5. The dividends received from the association aim projects and program realization.
5.6. The dividends received from the enterprises which were created on the association income.
5.7. Other sources which are not prohibited by Georgian legislation.
5.8. The association can have private property that is necessary to lead the work that is foreseen by the regulation.
5.9. The income which the association has from its economical work is not divided between its members and is used only for regulation tasks fulfillment.
5.10. The association is responsible for the damage that was caused to the third persons by the member of directorate or other representatives and causes the compensation of damage.
5.11. The head of the association should lead the work honestly, if he is not making his duties, he is responsible for the produced damage. To refuse to compensate the damage is nullified if it is necessary to satisfy the third demands.

6.  The Association Reorganization and Liquidation

6.1. The association work duration is not determined.
6.2. The association reorganization (joining, connection, separation, division, reorganization) is made by the stated rule of legislation.
6.3. The work of the association is ceased by the decision of the general meeting, if the 2/3 of members voted for it, or by the decision of the court.
6.4. The work of the association is ceased in case of its liquidation.
6.5. The liquidation of the association takes place in case of bankruptcy or cancellation of the registration. The liquidation is carried out the board of directors. In case of special circumstances the court can assign other liquidators. The liquidators are responsible as the board members are. During the association liquidation the members? general meeting confirms the liquidation process.
6.6. During the liquidation the current arrangements should be finished, should be stated the demands, the rest property should be expressed in sums, the creditors should be satisfied and the rest property should be divided between plenipotentiary persons. The association monetary and material fund, which rests after all procedures, is divided according to the board of directors? decision.
6.7. On the receiving of the property is responsible the association founders. The property which was given to the association by its members for a short period of time is returned to the owner in natural form without reward. The court the rest of the property gives to one or several associations, which have the same or resembling aims as the liquidated association. If such organization does not exist, then the property could be given to charity organization or the state.
6.8. The information about liquidation should be published. The property could be divided during a year after the publication.