In accordance with Articles 25 and 47 of the GANHRI Statute, the NHRI members of the GANHRI accredited with "A" status, pay an annual membership fee. The amount has been set at 5,000 Swiss francs by the GANHRI Bureau.
According to Article 47 of the GANHRI Statute, the GANHRI Bureau is empowered to waive in whole or in part the annual subscription fee for a member if it demonstrates that it is unable to pay the full amount due.
The NHRI seeking fee waiver or reduction must submit a request to the GANHRI Chair no later than March 31 of the year for which such fee waiver or reduction is requested. The application must be accompanied by supporting documentation:
Copy of the legislation of the NHRI.
An outline of its current organisational structure, including staff complement; funding sources, including any limitations on how funds are spent; and annual budget, with budget projections for the forthcoming financial year.
Copy of its most recent annual report.
Detailed reasons as to why the fee cannot be paid in whole or in part.
The GANHRI Chair shall transmit the applications for fee waiver or reduction to the GANHRI Finance Committee which shall consider the applications and provide recommendations to the ICC Bureau.
For further information about the requirements and procedure for applications for fee waiver or reduction please consult the GANHRI Guidelines for the Determination of Fee Waivers or contact directly GANHRI Finance Officer Stéphanie Louvier: email@example.com .
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