Kiwanis International European Federation

Serving the children of the World.

Bylaws & Resolutions

Bylaws, resolutions and regulations – as an international organisation there is a demand for a professional structure. The committees are responsible for the compliance development of our formal and juridical fundament.

The Bylaws Committee consists of:

Manfred Puchner (Austria)
Silvia Puskas (Romania)
Christian De Maesschalck (Belgium)

The Resolutions Committee consists of:

Nathalie Weber-Frisch (Luxembourg)
Anne van Zanten (Netherlands)
Gunnsteinn Björnsson (Iceland)
Jean Michel Gibaud (France)
Heinz Jost (Switzerland)
Maura Magni (Italy)
Kim Mueller (Germany)

The revised KI-EF Policies, Procedures & Guidelines (PP&G) as approved by the Board in Baveno on 24th May 2018 are now available here.

Recently some incoherent parts have been discovered in the part Guidelines for SLP. A proposal of clean up has been introduced by the 2017-18 SLP committee which will be handled at the next october KI-EF board meeting. After agreement the adapted version will be published here

The bylaws for the organization of Kiwanis International-European Federation were amended during the European Convention in Luxembourg on 6th June 2015 and approved by the KI Board of Trustees.

More information about Kiwanis International bylaws here.

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