EuRA Rules of Conduct
All Full, Associate and Worldwide Members must sign up to and abide by our Rules of Conduct. When members are sent their renewals for membership each year, they are required to re-affirm their acceptance of the Rules of Conduct.
If an allegation is made that a rule has been broken, the process is as follows:
- a disciplinary group will be formed from members of the EuRA Executive Group not operating in the same country as the member being investigated;
- the member under investigation may be requested to make representation to the disciplinary group;
- the disciplinary group will decide whether or not a rule has been broken and will report their findings to the EuRA Executive Group;
- where a rule has been broken and it is not rectified within a specified time, the EuRA Executive Group have the power to suspend or terminate membership of the Association.
The decision of the EuRA Executive Group is final.