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(A)GDA-X privat R&D Club
AMERICAN / GERMAN GREEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
JAPAN / GERMAN GREEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
BiH / GERMAN GREEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
X / GERMAN GREEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION

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08.05.2016



§ 1 NAME, ORGANIZATION, OFFICE, AND FINANCIAL REPORT
§ 2 FOUNDING OF THE ORGANIZATION
§ 3 AIMS OF THE ORGANIZATION
§ 4 WORKING AGENDAS AND PROJECTS
§ 5 ACTIVITIES OF THE ORGANIZATION
§ 6 MEMBERSHIPS
§ 7 ENTITIES OF THE ORGANIZATION
§ 8 PRESIDENT AND MANAGING COMMITTEE
§ 9 MEETING
§ 10 PROJECT GROUPS
§ 11 COUNCIL MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZATION
§ 12 MAIN OFFICE
§ 13 OBSERVERS
§ 14 FINANCE BUDGET PLANNING
§ 15 RELATIONS TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
§ 16 TEMPORARY REVOCATION OF RIGHTS
§ 17 SETTLEMENT OF CONFLICTS
§ 18 HEADQUARTERS OF THE ORGANIZATION
§ 19 OPTIONAL REGISTRATION OF THE ORGANIZATION
§ 20 LIQUIDATION OF THE ORGANIZATION
§ 21 PLACE OF PERFORMANCE, PLACE OF JURISDICTION, AND LIABILITY

§1 NAME, ORGANIZATION, OFFICE AND FINANCIAL REPORTS
1. The RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE will be named “AGDA privat R&D Club“.
2. The predecessor of AGDA privat R&D Club is the AGDO [e.V.] ([registered] organization in Germany)
3. The RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE will be 1st named “AMERICAN/GERMAN GREEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION“.
4. The RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE will be 2nd named “JAPAN/GERMAN GREEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION“.
5. The RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE will be 3rd named “BiH/GERMAN GREEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION“.
6.The RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE will be after LIST named “X/GERMAN GREEN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION“.
7. (A)GDA-X operate in principle independently. This is stipulated in special regulations. Which means regardless alone has only the President to determine.
8. The AGDA is a non-state and non-profit privat INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION.
9. The AGDA privat R&D Club is a free, independent, not responsible and without obligations [from (other) organizations.].
10. The operation of the organization is governed mainly by the AGDA- FORMS.
11. AGDA (Damir Agic), Partner & other accepts no cost of third and/or other. It must be authorized from AGDA (Damir Agic).
12. It supports social projects, new green economic projects, preservation of world peace, a sustainable new green technology for a new green industry and concepts for a peaceful, green societies.
13. The organization has its offices in Lippstadt, Germany; New York, USA; Mekka, Saudi-Arabia; Sarajevo, Bosnian; Tokio, Japan; … .
14. The main (registered) office is in Lippstadt, Germany.
15. There are written financial reports.
16. The financial year of the organization is the calendar year.
§2 FOUNDING OF THE ORGANIZATION
1. The main founder and owner (xyz) hereby founds the AGDA privat R&D Club according to the following rules.
2. Only the President has the right to change the AGDA rules anytime.
3. Vice-president, treasurer, vice treasurer, administrator, counselors, project managers of the project groups, general office director of the director managers, director managers of the offices, first council members with the chair council member of the meeting and the honorary members will be named by the President.
4. The first main members are hereby honorary members of AGDA for life.
§3 AIMS OF THE ORGANIZATION
1. Leading people, societies, cultures, religions, and nations to international peace.
2. Creating the possibility for people, societies, cultures, religions, and nations to live in harmony together with nature.
3. To have the representatives of the world religions sign a peace treaty of the world religions together.
4. To stop violent wars and disturbances worldwide, particularly in the Middle East.
5. Fighting the reasons for terrorism, offering clarifying information.
6. Maintaining the health of the people with natural food.
7. Reducing the consumption of meat products.
8. Redeveloping, modernising and building new schools, hospitals, and charitable buildings.
9. To build up a lasting new green industry that works with renewable and reusable primary products.
10. Transforming the deserts and dry areas into productive and organizing the trade in the industrialized countries.
11. Research and development in order to replace fuels, chemicals and materials that are produced using fossil hydrocarbons (crude oil).
12. Reducing the poverty of the partner states with effective, efficient, and adequate new jobs.
13. Organizing fair trade to make for a balance between imports and exports in all countries.
§4 WORKING AGENDA AND PROJECT
1. Working out solutions for the upcoming problems of the depletion of fossil energy sources, shortage of raw materials and the global hunger, chaos, wars, and mass unemployment related to them.
2. The effective use of drinkwater in deserts and dry areas to create new life areas for people and animals.
3. To give criminals, hungry, poor people, unemployed, pioneers, and volunteers in the restructured deserts and dry areas work in a new native country.
§5 ACTIVITES OF THE ORGANIZATION
1. Presentation of concepts for the prevention of possible wars and civil wars in the future.
2. Discussions organizing about a better future with other state- and non state- organizations, enterprises, societies, religions, representatives of states, countries, towns and other.
1. Organization of meetings with non-members to present work activities, concepts, project plans and projects.
2. Support politics and the political work with concepts.
3. Explaining the advantages and disadvantages of global cooperation between industrial countries, fast-developing nations, and developing countries in the energy and raw material question.
4. Improvement of legal transfer of knowledge and technology showing the possibilities and capacities of teamwork.
5. Research and development for the economic restructuring and reconstruction of the industries.
6. Research, development, CAD construction, build and test of new technologies for a new green industry.
§6 MEMBERSHIPS
1. The President awards the following membership types:
1. Free (non) member: No right to vote.
2. Full free member: 
These pay flexible compulsory contributions.
3. Sponsor free member: These support the AGDA by donates.
4. Active free member: These support the AGDA by their experience, knowledge and talent.
5. Cooperating free member: Individual with ideas, knowledge, and new technologies (know-how capital) who would like to cooperate with AGDA may become a cooperating free-member. These may have the rights and duties of business partners. These cooperating free member can be particularly promoted until they obtain the first successes and/or profits. The distribution of the profits will be regulated by separate detailed agreement. All AGDA members and the observers have the right to read the agreement.
6. Honorary member: Individual who stand out in the AGDA particularly through their merits or who can help the AGDA in implementing their targets. On the recommendation of the President, only the honorary base members can appoint a honorary member.
2. Every individual with clear or provable interest in the aims of the international organization may become a member.
3. Due to the continental orientation, the President finally accept members from the Arab, Germany, USA, England and Japan areas. However, anyone who would particularly like to be a member in this section can be participate.
4. In case of rejection a membership, the President no need this to explain. The rejected member can have the option to appeal the decision in the form of the required appeal documents. Ultimately, the President decides on the membership.
§7 ENTITIES OF THE ORGANIZATION
1. The entities of the international organization are:
1. The President
2. The Council
3. The Meeting
4. The Project groups
5. The Office
6. The Observers
§8 PRESIDENT AND MANAGING COMMITTEE
1. The managing committee is the President, the vice President, the Treasurer and the vice-Treasurer.
1. The President calls for the preparation and convocation for a meeting.
2. The President start the meeting.
3. The President dissolve the meeting.
4. The President ends the meeting.
5. The drafts, concepts and project plans that can be elaborated and respected by the managing committee.
6. The drafts, concepts and project plans can be submitted to the meeting over the office if the President agrees.
7. The President concludes, in the name of AGDA, agreements with organizations, enterprises, societies, and other different authorities.
8. The President is responsible or other responsible/ authorized person or organization for the implementation of the aims of the AGDA.
9. The President cooperate with further organizations and other appropriate societies in the field of the same interests.
10. The President organize with other the execution strategies in science, social, and economic project for archive the aims of the organization.
11. The President work closely together with authorized main project manager and project manager of the project groups.
12. Responsibilities of the President:
1. Council meetings, project groups meetings and observers meetings as well as member meetings can only be called by the President.
2. Any called meeting constitutes a quorum if the President agrees to it.
13. The President must write activity reports.
§9 MEETING
1. The meetings are the topmost entity of the AGDA.
2. The meeting is responsible for:
1. The receipt and approval of the activity reports of the President.
3. The appointment of new honorary members.
4. The receipt and approval of the drafts, concepts and project plans for the next action.
5. The President invites in written form all members to come to the meeting communicating the agenda fixed by him/her at least four weeks before the meeting takes place. The invitation can be carried out electronically (by e-mail) or by fax.
6. The official invitation in written form can be considered as having been sent if it is addressed to the last address communicated by the respective member of the AGDA.
7. Every member requires a new point on the agenda meeting. This can be done just at the meeting. The meeting leader can announce such new agenda points at the beginning of a meeting.
8. An extraordinary meeting can only be called by the President.
§10 PROJECT GROUPS
1. The project groups is the think-tank of AGDA.
1. The President is the owner of all data what is create in the think-tank.
1. The task of the project groups are classified into 5 main categories:
1. Social
2. Economy
3. Technologies
4. Strategies for peace
5. Other
2. The President is the main project manager.
3. The main project manager can recruits project manger of every categorie.
4. Every project group has a project manager.
5. Only the President create the main drafts/sketch for the concepts and/or project plans.
6. The project group members and/or staff recruited to work law and confidentiality agreement can work out the concepts and project plans, respecting the tasks given by the President and/or the project manager.
§11 COUNCIL MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZATION
1. The council consists of 7 members what is elected in the meeting.
2. The members of the council can elect a chairman.
3. Only the President accept the council. The meeting no need the concil to function.
4. The honorary members sit together with the council members.
5. The honorary members are allowed to send a representative who has the status of an observer.
6. The honorary members only have the position of an advisor in the council.
7. The council can answer all the questions asked by the members.
8. The council check the outline of the agenda and the finance reports, drafts, concepts and project plans of the office.
9. The finance reports, drafts, concepts, project plans and project can be present at the meeting.
10. The President in order of the council has to prepare special, older and further reports requested by the meeting.
§12 OFFICE
1. The office only works for the President.
2. The President is the owner of all data what is create in the office.
3. The project groups are integrated in the office.
4. The office director is appointed by the President.
5. The President and/or the office director is responsible for the personnel employment in his office.
6. The office director or one representative named by him/her can takes part in all the meetings together with the council members, without having the right to decide.
7. The office implements the working agenda and the decisions of the President.
8. The office further elaborates the outlines of the project groups.
9. The office edits the annual activity reports of the AGDA.
10. The office prepares further reports as requested by the meeting or the council.
11. The office facilitates the communication between the President, other organizations, members and non-members.
1. Translating the reports and concepts into other languages.
2. Handling the incoming post of non-members and members.
3. Handling the outgoing post for non-members and members.
§13 OBSERVERS
1. The observer can be elected from nation, countrie, town, organization, enterprise, politicians, members, non-members and other in order to check the work of the AGDA.
2. The observer status can only be assigned by the President.
3. The observer are only allowed to give a report if this is accept and/or signed by the President.
§14 FINANCE BUDGET PLANNING
1. The AGDA obtains the necessary financial resources through the President, vice President, treausurer, vice treausurer or other:
1. Members or non-members:
1. Investment for the future
2. Share of profit by promoted cooperative members
3. Compulsory contributions of the members
4. Returns on sponsored projects
5. Publications
6. Donations
7. Subsidies
8. Presents
9. Legacies
10. Other benefits of members and non-members
11. Other performances
2. A finance controller check the accounting of the AGDA and the efficiency of the management and present his/her comments and remarks to the meeting. This must be be accepted and/or signed by the President.
§15 RELATIONS TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS
1. Only the President of the AGDA ultimately decides with certificate a good relationship to other organization.
§16 TEMPORARY REVOCATION OF RIGHTS
1. Only the President excludes members of the meetings. It requires a logical oral or written statement. This is submitted to the honorary members.
§17 SETTLEMENT OF CONFLICTS
1. The honorary members charges with the settlement of conflicts among the members can be elected by the meeting that the President calles.
§18 HEADQUARTERS OF THE ORGANIZATION
1. The headquarters of the organization are established by the President.
§19 OPTIONAL REGISTRATION OF THE ORGANIZATION
1. Optional ordinary registration
1. Option I. : Notary or a lawyer who has been designated by the President can be responsible for the optinal ordinary registration.
2. Option II. : An original signature of the president what is with fax sent to a standard register or other competent authority.
3. Option III. : Fax can be send individually to other organizations.
§20 LIQUIDATION OF THE ORGANIZATION
1. The liquidation of the organization starts the President.
2. The honorary members, managing committee and all supporter must be informed.
3. All other members may be informed.
4. The President has to present the liquidation process at the meeting.
5. The liquidation of the organization is done by the President with a signature.
§21 PLACE OF PERFORMANCE, PLACE OF JURISDICTION, AND LIABILITY
1. Where the place of performance and place of jurisdiction for all the matters of the organization is that decides only the President.
2. The place of performance and place of jurisdiction for all the matters of the organization is :
1. Option I: Paderborn, Germany.
2. Option II: Sarajevo, Bosnian and Herzogovina.
3. Option III: New York, USA.
4. Option IV: Tokio, Japan
3. When the President has no time it is to send a authorized person.
4. The liability of each project takes on a properly registered and certified organization.

 

DAMIR AGIC

--- THE PRESIDENT ---
OWNER
(15.12.2007)
21.05.2016
(Lippstadt, Germany)|