The General Assembly is the highest decision-making body and is made up of all members of the Association who contribute to the running of the Association in the following ways:
i. By voting at General Meetings.
ii. By electing members of the Executive Board of Directors.
iii. By electing members of the Board of Trustees.
iv. By participating in discussion groups to share views and ideas on how the Association should operate.
v. By participating in any other specific activity that may arise from time to time.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The Board of Trustees (BoT) is the advisory arm of the Association. The Trustees ensure the stability of the Association and do not get involved in the day to day administrative functions of the Association.
EXECUTIVE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The affairs of the Association are conducted by the Executive Board of Directors (the Board) in accordance with the Constitution and Resolutions of the members of the Association at General meetings.
The management team reports to the Board of Directors through the Chief Operating Officer, who heads the Management team and serves as the Secretary to the Executive Board of Directors.
The Executive Board of Directors functions through its standing committees and Ad Hoc committees in order to ensure efficiency and specific issues are handled by relevant experts. Each committee has its specific responsibilities and are guided by their Terms of Reference (TOR). The Committees membership, who are members of NiRA, include NiRA Executive Board of Directors and non- board members on the basis of their value in the Committees. The Chairman of each Committee reports to the Board of Directors and rely on the support provided by the Management team.