Interpret Europe operates on a two-tier system with an Executive Board of Directors (Management) and a Supervisory Committee. The roles of these two bodies and of the General Assembly are defined by the Constitution.
Who’s doing what?
The General Assembly usually meets once a year. It elects the Supervisory Committee, discharges the Executive Management from liability and decides on changes to the Constitution.
The Supervisory Committee appoints the Executive Management and decides the general strategy and policies of the Association. It can appoint its own advisors.
The Executive Management implements the strategy. The managing directors, who are the legal representatives of Interpret Europe, appoint coordinators to organise own working teams.