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Suggestion for AEISA Charter

THE AEISA CHARTER

PREAMBLE

 WE, the teachers and administrators of the members of the ASEAN English for Integrated Studies Association (AEISA), as represented by the Presidents of the National Secretariats of the Kingdom of Cambodia, the Republic of Indonesia,  the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, the Union of Myanmar, the Republic of Philippines, the Republic of Singapore, the Kingdom of Thailand, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, the Kingdom of Phutan, the Chairman and the Vice Chairman.

NOTING  with satisfaction the significant achievements of  the EIS (English for Integrated Studies) since its initiation in 2004 at Sunthonphupittaya Secondary School in Thailand  by the  Principal,  Mr Surapong  Ngamsom through the expansion  of  the innovation and expertise to ten countries in Southeast Asia  resulting in the Annual Asean Youth Camp by participating countries since 2013.

INSPIRED that cooperation of member states shall improve education standard  in this region.

DESIROUS  of  taking actions individually or through international cooperation with view to attaining  better education management which shall result in  prosperity in ASEAN

RECOGNIZING  that forces and challenges can change the future

COMMITTED  to utilizing our capabilities, expertise and resources to jointly   promote  students ability, education technology and  teacher pedagogy .

HEREBY DECIDE TO  establish, through this Charter, the legal obligation for AEISA, 

TO THIS END  We agree to this  Charter


CHAPTER ONE
PURPOSES and PRINCIPLES

PURPOSES
The purposes of AEISA are :

1.  To improve educational management of member states to international standard.
2.  To improve  and expand collaborations and networking  among member states with view to enhance the capabilities of teachers and administrators to equipped students with the 21st century skills.
3.  To create  forum and opportunity for  sharing of information and activities in order to enhance the educational management of the member states.
4.  To be the focal point for both member states and non-member states and their staff and organizations.
5.  To develop English language communication skills for students, teachers and administrators of the member states by using English language as median for communication in order to comply with international standard and to prepare human resources for the ongoing collaboration of ASEAN Community.
6.  AEISA will not involve in political activities


PRINCIPLES

To set out the general principles of mutual cooperation in the field of education, on the basis of reciprocity and mutual benefit and respect for the different cultures, languages and religions, while emphasizing common values in the spirit of unity in diversity;

CHAPTER II
LEGAL PERSONALITY

AEISA, as a non-governmental organization, is hereby conferred legal personality.

CHAPTER III
MEMBERSHIP

1. MEMBER STATES

The Member States of AEISA are the Kingdom of Cambodia, the Republic of Indonesia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Malaysia, the Union of Myanmar, the Republic of the Philippines, the Republic of Singapore, the Kingdom of Thailand, the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam and the Kingdom of Bhutan.
 
2. ADMISSION OF NEW STATE MEMBERS

1.       The procedure for application and admission to AEISA shall be prescribed by the AEISA Main Board
2.       Admission shall be based on the following criteria:
(a)     The new state member is located in the recognized geographical region of Southeast Asia;
(b)     The new state member is recognized by all AEISA Member States;
(c)      The new state member is agreeable to be bound and to abide by the Charter;and
(d)     The new state member has the ability and the willingness to carry out the obligations of membership.

3.       The new state member  shall be admitted to AEISA upon signing an Instrument of Accession to the Charter.

 
CHAPTER IV
STRUCTURE OF AEISA 

AEISA shall consist of two main bodies:

1.      AEISA Main Board
2.     AEISA National Secretariats

1.     AEISA Main Board 

The AEISA Main Board shall consist of Chairman , Vice Chairman, Secretariat staff,  and Presidents of  the National Secretariats. - The number of Main Board members shall not exceed 20.   The presidents of the National Secretariats are members of the Main Board by virtue of position.   The remaining Main Board members are selected by the Chairman.  Advisors will be invited to provide their expertise as required.
In recognizing Thailand  and its initiation,  the first Chairman shall  be the representative from Thailand.  The Chairman shall be in position for two years.  The subsequent Chairman shall be elected by the Main Board.

The Chairman of AEISA serves as a facilitator for all international activities organized by AEISA and as requested by member states.

2. AEISA National Secretariats
AEISA National Secretariats choose their own committee to work as field co-operators in each country. The National Secretariat  consists of  President, Vice President, Secretary , Vice Secretary , Treasurer , Vice Treasurer , Registrar and Vice Registrar.
The National Secretariat shall undertake the following tasks: 
(a)   serve as the national focal point;
(b)   be the repository of information on all AEISA matters at the national level;
(c)   coordinate the implementation of AEISA decisions at  the national level;
(d)   coordinate and support the national preparations of AEISA meetings;
(e)    promote AEISA identity and awareness at the national level; and
(f)     contribute to AEISA community building.

 

CHAPTER V 
DECISION-MAKING

CONSULTATION AND CONSENSUS
1. As a basic principle, decision-making in AEISA shall be based
on consultation and consensus.
2. Where consensus cannot be achieved, the AEISA Main Board may decide how a specific decision can be made.
3. Nothing in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article shall affect the modes of decision-making as contained in the relevant AEISA legal instruments.
4. In the case of a serious breach of the Charter or noncompliance, the matter shall be referred to the AEISA Main Board for decision.

CHAPTER VI
BUDGET AND FINANCE

GENERAL PRINCIPLES
1. AEISA shall establish financial rules and procedures in accordance with international standards.
2. AEISA shall observe sound financial management policies and practices and budgetary discipline.
3. Financial accounts shall be subject to internal and external audits.

CHAPTER VII
ADMINISTRATION AND PROCEDURE

1.1 AEISA Main Board works in with all National secretariats. The roles of the Main Board are;

1.1    To make policies, decisions and provide guidance to the National Secretariats;
1.2    To approve annual mutual workplans and projects;
1.3    To strengthen collaborations with and seek financial support from private sectors
1.4    To allocate available fund to support the National Secretariats as appropriate;
  1.2 The National Secretariats shall carry out the following tasks:
1.1  Prepare and implement annual country workplans and projects
1.2 Strengthen collaboration with and seek financial support from private sectors in the country.
1.3  Coordinate and implement relevant activities approved by the Main Board

2. AEISA has established Annual regional activities as follow;

2.1  Annual  ASEAN  Youth Camp
Hosting of an Annual ASEAN Youth Camp will be rotated on a voluntary basis.  The hosting member state shall encourage participation of all countries.  The admission fee shall be determined by the hosting member state.
  
2.2  Annual International Conference for administrators and teachers 
Hosting of an Annual International Conference for administrators and teachers will be rotated on a voluntary basis.  The hosting member state shall encourage participation of all countries.  The admission fee shall be determined by the hosting member state.

3.     Annual activities at the country level

3.1 . Teachers Trainings based on the needs of each member state;
3.2   Other country specific activities  related to educational issues. Participation of other member states is encouraged for knowledge sharing.




CHAPTER VIII
IDENTITY AND SYMBOLS




AEISA  stands for
            A    = ASEAN
            EIS = English for integrated studies
            A    = Association


AEISA MOTTO
The AEISA motto shall be: " SHAPING FUTURE



AEISA SYMBOLS

The Colours
Orange
We're creative and friendly in delivering our missions among youth and others.
Blue
The world may trust on our professionalism in managing and delivering our promise.
Green
Our spirit in achieving goals grows perpetually.
White
The prospective future leaders are clean and healthy in all aspects.
Silver
Equivalence and balance among 5 core elements.


The Objects

Non-fixed dotted shape
Representing the AEISA target students and teachers who have different education, families, beliefs, economy and ethnic backgrounds worldwide.

Abstract Image
The growing plant shows that we are inspiring the youth to go beyond any age limits besides the Bird sculptured is our hope that all of us may freely fly high once the goals were achieved.

Blocked Letter
The thickness of our hearts and souls to counter any problems and issues in order to deliver the AEISA Vision.

Double ‘A' show upward Arrow
We are aiming for A’s in everything we do and keep on striving for a better level.

‘EIS' in the middle
“English for Integrated Study” is our first priority.

‘+' replaced the T for FUTURE
Representing several member countries which have the same philosophy and support AEISA vision.

3D Globe
The concepts of EIS will be applied worldwide to merge the members together.



CHAPTER IX
ENTRY INTO FORCE



This charter comes  into force upon signatures by AEISA National Secretariats :


for the Kingdom of Bhutan


...............................
( Mrs. Yanki Dem )

         for the Kingdom of Cambodia


...............................

( Dr. Sean Phalla )

for the Republic of Indonesia


...................................
( Mr. Cheng Mamad )


for the Lao People's Democratic Republic

...................................
( Bunchun                  )


 for Malaysia


..............................................................
(Dr. Khairul Husna Binti Abdul Kadir)


 for the Union of Myanmar


...................................
(                                 )


 for the Republic of Singapore


...................................
(Elizabeth R. Camara)



          for the Republic of Singapore


.......................
(Thomas Low)


for the Kingdom Thailand


.............................................
( Mr. Wuttichai Wantamart )


          for the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam


...............................................
( Ms. Hoang Thi Kieu Dung )






The Chairman of AEISA


........................................
( Dr. Kittiporn Instasida )

The Vice Chairman of AEISA


..................................
( Mr. Pesol bin Saad )



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