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Cricket España Constitution

INTRODUCTION

1.1: The ASOCIACION ESPAñOLA DE CRICKET - hereafter referred to as the AEC - is constituted to act as the governing body for the administration and playing of the game of cricket within the Kingdom of Spain.

1.2: This Constitution represents a revision of the document approved on 22 January 1994 and amended on 5 November 1994 and again on 3 February 1996. It is intended to take account of the changing climate of cricket in Spain as well as experience of working under the earlier versions of the Constitution.

2: AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

2.1: The primary objectives of the AEC are defined in its Mission Statement, as follows.

2.2: In addition, it is an aim of the AEC to seek Associate Membership of the International Cricket Council (ICC) at an appropriate time.

3: ADMINISTRATION OF THE AEC

3.1: The administration of the AEC, and the management of its funds and property, shall be entrusted to the AEC Directorate. The Directorate shall comprise elected officers plus Directors appointed by the Chairman.

4: THE DIRECTORATE

4.1: The following members of the Directorate shall be subject to election at the Annual General Meeting (AGM).

Nominations by 1 (one) AEC Member and seconding by 2 (two) other AEC Members must be submitted to the incumbent Secretary no later than 14 (fourteen) days before the AGM.

4.2: The following members of the Directorate shall be appointed by the Chairman.

The appointments of Director of Cricket and Director of Development must be made no later than 28 (twenty-eight) days after the AGM. Regional Directors shall be appointed as considered appropriate and necessary. Regions to be considered include Madrid; Barcelona; Costa Blanca and the east; Malaga and the south; Balearic Islands; Canary Islands.

4.3: All members of the Directorate must be Members of the AEC and have telephone and e-mail connections. All appointments shall be unpaid, though reasonable expenses may be considered in advance at the discretion of the Chairman plus the Director of Finance. Details are specified in the Finance Policy document.

4.4: Roles of the Directorate

4.4.1: The President shall represent the AEC in interactions with outside authorities including the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), the ICC, the European Cricket Council (ECC), and other Test-Playing, Associate and Affiliate nations.

4.4.2: The Chairman shall serve as Chief Executive Officer for the AEC, being responsible for matters within Spain. The Job Holder shall chair all meetings of the Directorate, the AGM and Extraordinary General Meetings. The remaining members of the Directorate shall report to the Chairman.

4.4.3: The Director of Cricket shall be responsible for all matters relating to the actual playing of the game. As such, the Job Holder shall have responsibility for the National Teams at all levels, including selection, management and budgeting for tournaments; the leagues organised under the auspices of the AEC; the Umpires and Scorers; the ordering of equipment through recommended suppliers; interface with the National Coach. Reporting to the Director of Cricket shall be the Manager of Umpires/Scorers; the League Secretaries; the Team Managers and other team officials; the Equipment Manager.

4.4.4: The Director of Development shall be responsible for the introduction and progression of the game of cricket throughout Spain. The Job Holder shall pay particular attention to the encouragement of young people into the game by interaction with schools and colleges, and the recruitment, training and deployment of coaches. This aspect of the job shall involve collaboration with the Regional Directors and their respective Schools Liaison Officers (see paragraph 4.4.7). The job shall include the introduction of new clubs and players into the AEC, and the recommendations to purchase equipment to support their needs. All this will necessitate publicising the game in Spain and attracting sponsorship. Reporting to the Director of Development shall be the Sponsorship Manager, the Publicity Manager and the Website Coordinator.

4.4.5: The Director of Finance shall be responsible for the maintenance of the accounts and any other financial transactions coming under the auspices of the AEC. These accounts shall be updated at least monthly, and audited annually 1 (one) month before the AGM. The Job-Holder shall also issue AEC invoices promptly and ensure their payment. The Job Holder shall be a signatory on cheques issued on behalf of the AEC, according to the terms of the Financial Policy document.

4.4.6: The Secretary shall have a major coordinating role across the whole of the Directorate. The Job Holder shall also be responsible for convening meetings and for the dissemination of information within the AEC. Reporting to the Secretary shall be the Membership Secretary.

4.4.7: Regional Directors will be appointed by the Chairman when there is a perceived need for local representation of the best interests of the AEC in a specific region of Spain. There shall be close collaboration with the Director of Development in promoting the game in clubs, schools and colleges. The tenure of the appointment shall be dictated by operational needs. Reporting to each Regional Director shall be a Schools Liaison Officer.

4.5: Meetings of the Directorate shall be called as frequently as deemed necessary by the Chairman, specifically when important decisions are needed. They shall not be simply for the dissemination of information, which will be achieved electronically. Wherever and whenever possible, all members of the Directorate shall be expected to attend all meetings. An agenda and accompanying documentation necessary for each meeting shall be pre-circulated electronically by the Secretary at least 4 (four) days before the meeting. A record of the action points from the meeting will be prepared and circulated electronically within 4 (four) days after the meeting, to appropriate recipients, by the Secretary. The circulation list shall include: all members of the Directorate; AEC Members not affiliated to a Member Club or College; the contact person for each AEC Member Club and College, who will then become responsible for circulation to their AEC Members.

4.6: Elected members of the Directorate who do not wish to be considered for re-election shall send written notification to the Secretary or Chairman at least 30 (thirty) days before the scheduled date of the following AGM.

4.7: Appointed Directors and other Officials who wish to resign from their appointment shall give at least 30 (thirty) days' written notification to the Chairman. If the Chairman terminates an appointment, the Job Holder shall be given written notification.

4.8: Whenever deemed necessary, the Directorate is empowered to co-opt additional persons and convene Sub-Committees with a remit of addressing specific issues.

4.9: Only members of the Directorate, when corresponding on official AEC business, are entitled to use the official AEC letterhead and logo.

4.10: Whenever appropriate, and in recognition of distinguished services to the AEC, the Directorate is empowered to award the title of 'Honorary Life Vice-President' to worthy persons. Such awards must be unanimously supported by the Directorate and ratified by vote at the AGM.

5: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETINGS

5.1: The AGM of the AEC shall normally be held during January each year; attendance is restricted to Members.

5.2: A notice period of 40 (forty) days shall be given. Agenda items and nominations for Officers must be received by the Secretary no later than 30 (thirty) days before the date of the meeting. Resolutions must be accompanied by a written (or electronic) supporting case, and the Member moving the Resolution shall normally be expected to attend the AGM to present the case and respond to questions. Nominations for Officers shall be as specified in paragraph 4.1.

5.3: The agenda shall be circulated by the Secretary at least 14 (fourteen) days before the meeting, and shall include at least the following items.

5.4: A quorum shall comprise 15 (fifteen) Members. In the event of a failure to obtain a quorum, the meeting shall be cancelled and the Directorate shall have the authority to take decisions on any outstanding issues.

5.5: For Members unable to attend the AGM, apologies for absence shall be sent to the Secretary, and postal votes are admissible if received by the Secretary (in writing or electronically) at least 3 (three) days before the AGM.

5.6: The minutes of the AGM shall be circulated by the Secretary within 7 (seven) days after the meeting.

5.7: The circulation list shall include: all members of the Directorate; AEC Members not affiliated to a Member Club or College; the contact person for each AEC Member Club and College, who will then become responsible for circulation to their AEC Members.

6: EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING

6.1: An Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) may be requested by the Directorate or by any group of at least 20 (twenty) Members. The reasons for the request must be stated in writing (or electronically) to the Secretary. The Secretary shall schedule the meeting within 40 (forty) days after receipt of the request.

6.2: The agenda shall be circulated by the Secretary at least 14 (fourteen) days before the meeting.

6.3: The Members requesting the EGM must attend the EGM to present the case and respond to questions.

6.4: A quorum shall comprise 15 (fifteen) members. In the event of a failure to obtain a quorum, the meeting shall be cancelled and the status quo shall continue.

6.5: For Members unable to attend the EGM, apologies for absence shall be sent to the Secretary, and postal votes are admissible if received by the Secretary (in writing or electronically) at least 3 (three) days before the EGM.

6.6: The minutes of the EGM shall be circulated by the Secretary within 7 (seven) days after the meeting.

6.7: The circulation list shall include: all members of the Directorate; AEC Members not affiliated to a Member Club or College; the contact person for each AEC Member Club and College, who will then become responsible for circulation to their AEC Members.

7: MEMBERSHIP

7.1: Membership of the AEC is open to any recognised cricket club or sporting organisation in Spain, any college or other academic institution in Spain, individual members of any of the clubs and institutions previously mentioned and non affiliated individuals resident in Spain who play or are committed to cricket in Spain. Membership is subject to the approval of the directorate.

7.2: AEC Membership of Clubs, Colleges, other organisations, and individual persons (irrespective of whether they are affiliated to clubs, colleges or other organisations) is contingent upon full and accurate completion of AEC Membership Forms and compliance with the AEC conditions of Membership. Member Clubs, Colleges and other organisations shall ensure that the AEC is provided, on an ongoing basis, with up-to-date information (as defined in the Membership Forms) on new and existing Members.

7.3: Membership shall be dependent, both in the first year and subsequent years, upon full payment by March 31st of the year in question of the subscription set by the directorate and ratified by the General Assembly. Late payment of membership fees may incur a financial penalty. No club, institution or individual shall be llowed to take part in any AEC competition, or meetings, or play for any of the national teams if they are not in good standing with the AEC.

7.4: Only current Members of the AEC are eligible for the privileges defined in the official AEC Notes accompanying the Membership Forms.

7.5: Members of the AEC are expected to support the aims and objectives of the AEC, and to adhere to the Constitution and the conditions of Membership. Failure to comply may result in their Membership status being terminated by the Directorate

7.6: While it is recognised that AEC Members would wish to generate funds for their own clubs, AEC Members may also consider obtaining grants and sponsorship to support the AEC.

8: CRICKET MATCHES, COMPETITIONS AND TOURNAMENTS

8.1: All cricket matches and competitions organised by, and played under the auspices of, the AEC shall comply with the current Laws of Cricket, except in specific instances approved by the Directorate.

8.2: Only current Members of the AEC are eligible to take part in Leagues organised and played under the auspices of the AEC, and to represent Spain internationally; however, other qualification criteria may also apply.

9: GENERAL

9.1: Child Protection Policy

(name of club) CRICKET CLUB CHILD PROTECTION POLICY

INTRODUCTION

.......(name of club) Cricket Club has, as closely as and where possible, adopted the English Cricket Board's Child Protection Policy, "Safe Hands Welfare of Young People Policy". A copy of this policy is available to all parents and helpers and can be accessed via www.ecb.co.uk.

.......(name) Cricket Club intends that all young people who are members of the club, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, ability or disability, have the right to be protected and to participate in cricket within a safe environment.

Adults working on behalf of .......(name of club) CC will provide a safe, positive and fun cricketing experience for young people. All adults working with young people at .......(name of club)  CC - volunteers, coaches, umpires and scorers - will understand and be supported in their role and responsibility with regard to the duty of care for young people.

Individuals will receive support through education and training, to be aware of and understand best practise and how to manage any welfare issues which may come to light. All suspicions and allegations will be taken seriously, managed and dealt with swiftly and appropriately by .......(name of club) Cricket Club.

CLUB WELFARE OFFICER

The identified Welfare Officer for .......(name of club)  CC is ..............(name of personnel).

All concerns regarding this policy or the welfare of young people who are members of the club should be expressed to him/her. In the event of a concern about the conduct of the Club Welfare Officer, concerns should be expressed to the club President,  .......(name of president), via the club Secretary, ....... (name of secretary).

RESPONSIBILITIES OF COACHES/TEAM MANAGERS

Coaches/Team Managers will be aware of and follow, where possible, the Code of Conduct for Cricket Staff and Volunteers set out in appendix 1 of 'Safe Hands Welfare of Young People Policy'.

Coaches/Team Managers are expected to communicate all transport/playing arrangements for games with parents and juniors with good notice.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF PARENTS

Parents are encouraged to become involved in .......(name of club)  CC and particularly in helping with junior cricket. Parents who become involved on a regular bases will be made aware of .........(name of club)  CC Youth Policy, be provided with reading materials, receive full support from coaches/team managers, and if requested be given the opportunity for further training.

Parent helpers are expected to assist the club in fulfilling its ethos as set out in the introduction to this policy and should make themselves aware of the contents of 'Safe Hand Welfare of Young People Policy'.

Parents involved in transporting young people to cricket matches and coaching sessions are expected to be aware of and follow relevant guidelines set out in the policy.

All parents are asked to encourage your child to talk to you about their experiences of cricket and their club and ensure they know how to voice their concerns if they are not happy about any aspect of their club participation.

Inform the club Welfare Officer of any concerns over child protection/welfare issues connected with cricket.

Ensure that the club holds up to date medical and contact information about your child.

Photographs/video clips may be taken during cricket playing of members of the club, including junior members, for the purpose of publicity, training programmes or newspaper/web site cricket reports. It is important that any parent who does not wish photos/video clips to be take of their child expresses this at the time of their child joining. All photos/video clips held by the club are available to view, if a parent should wish to see them.

RESPONISIBILITIES OF PLAYERS

All playing members of ........(name of club) CC are expected to help the club fulfil its ethos, by respecting the rights of other young people to participate in and enjoy cricket in a safe and fun environment. Any conduct or behaviour that is dangerous or detrimental to the welfare or safety of other young cricketers (whether members of this club or other clubs) will not be accepted.

Any abusive or overly critical language to other young cricketers will not be accepted. Young cricketers should report any concerns they have to their coach/team manager or to the clubs welfare officer.

RESPONISIBILITIES OF .........(name of club) CRICKET CLUB

The Club will provide a safe environment for young people to practise and play cricket. The club will ensure that they have a named Welfare officer and the capacity and equipment to deliver first aid. This club will hold up to date cover through a Public Liability & Personal Accident Insurance Policy.

HEALTH AND SAFETY FOR YOUNG CRICKETERS

All young people who regularly participate in cricket through ........(name of club) CC should be registered as members of the club and have paid the annual subscription

Parents should ensure that the contact details and medical details for their child are completed and kept up to date.

The club will ensure that essential kit is provided (bats/balls/pads/gloves/helmets). Any young person able to bring their own kit is asked to ensure it is clearly named.

The club is responsible for ensuring that basic first aid equipment is available at each practice and match.

Parents are asked to ensure that their child wears suitable clothing and footwear at matches and practise nets.

Parents will be contacted in the event of injury of their child.

PRACTISE SESSIONS

All young people should be signed in at the beginning of session. Anyone leaving practise early should inform the coach. We ask that parents collect their child promptly at the end of practise sessions.

If practice finishes early due to poor weather, every effort will be made to contact parents. Parents must ensure that they have left up to date contact details with the club.

Correct equipment must be worn at all times when a hard ball is being used. Young people must act with their own safety, and the safety of others in mind at all times.

.......(name of club) CC accepts no responsibility for young people who do not follow the above guidelines.

MATCHES

The rules set out above for practise apply for matches. Additionally two adults must accompany each team to a competitive match. Parental help is vital to ensuring that this level of supervision is provided.

Parents will be told transportation arrangements in advance.

The Coach/Team Manager will be contactable by mobile phone throughout the duration of the match for emergency contact.

9.2 : Diversity Policy-

CRICKET ESPAÑA DIVERSITY CODE

As the governing body for the sport of cricket in Spain, CE is responsible for ensuring that the

highest standards of moral and ethical behaviour are applied and upheld throughout the sport at every level.

(a)CE and all of its Members shall promote and encourage participation at all levels regardless of

race, colour, religion, sex, disability, national or ethnic origin.

(b)CE and all of its Members shall ensure that there is no discrimination in any form against any

person because of race, colour, religion, sex, disability, national or ethnic origin.

(c)CE and all of its Members shall ensure that the provisions of all CE Rules and Regulations

are applied without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, disability, national or ethnic origin

(d) All Members of CE shall incorporate the provisions of this CE Diversity Code in their

Constitutions, Disciplinary Codes and Statutes so that it is fully applicable to all

matches played under the auspices of CE.

(e) CE and all of its Members shall implement the provisions of the CE Code of Conduct for

players, team officials, umpires and spectators prohibiting racially or sexually abusive comments and actions against fellow players, officials and spectators, or discrimination

against disabled persons through similar comments and actions .

(f) CE and all of its Members shall publicise and implement the following policy statement:

"Spectators shall not engage in any conduct, act towards or speak to any player, umpire, referee

or other official or other spectators in a manner which offends, insults, humiliates, intimidates,

threatens, disparages or vilifies that other person on the basis of that other person's race,

religion, colour, sex, disability, national or ethnic origin."

(g)CE and all of its Members, particularly those preparing to host an CE event of any nature shall ensure that all ground venues adopt and conform

to the following diversity process:

A statement along the following lines should be well publicized stating something along the following lines.

"Spectators are reminded that racially or sexually abusive comments and actions, or discrimination against disable persons through similar comments and action will result in ejection

from the ground and possible further action such as criminal prosecution, identification by

way of photographing and/or capturing by video camera of the images of such persons and

bans being imposed on such persons. ."

CE and all of its Members should ensure that appropriate signs or posters are displayed at

entrances to stadia, at prominent places in the stadia which are clearly visible to spectators.

Messages that convey the intent of the policy statement should be

prominently and regularly displayed upon electronic scoreboards and communicated in an

audible manner to spectators by way of public address announcements. Where these facilities

are not available, proportionate alternative measures should be implemented.

CE will immediately implement the following measures

against offenders as envisaged in the diversity statement:

ejection from the ground

identification by way of photographing and/or capturing by video camera of the images of

such persons to assist with prosecution and/or imposition of a life ban.

(h)CE and all of its Members shall ensure that ground officials and stewards at all venues are trained to take action against racist or sexist chanting, or abuse and any offensive comments made towards disabled persons.

(i) CE and its Members shall ensure that all venues take all reasonable

measures to ensure that there is no sale or distribution of racist, sexist literature and/or any other

material in or around the ground on match days that would be deemed offensive to disabled persons.

SANCTIONS TO BE IMPOSED UPON SPECTATORS

1 Any spectator engaging in the conduct as envisaged above may be subject to the

following action:-

have their image photographed or otherwise recorded in order that a data base be

produced and maintained of such offenders;

be ejected from the stadium;

be charged with the relevant criminal offence in the host country for such racist, sexist

Conduct, or conduct offensive to disabled persons;

be banned from life for attending cricket matches at the relevant stadium.

TO BE IMPOSED UPON CE MEMBERS

1 Pursuant to such conduct as envisaged above the relevant hosting Member may

be reported to the CE directorate .

2 Under the CE Disciplinary Process a range of penalties may be imposed including but

not limited to:

A warning (given together with certain corrective action)

A fine imposed on the team under whose jurisdiction the breach occurred.

A fine imposed on an individual who is found to be culpable for the breach.

Withdrawal or suspension for a period of time of their CE status.

Suspension or ban from holding office (voluntary or paid) within CE

CE and its Members shall engage in training and awareness raising events and activities to

promote the eradication of all forms of discrimination within their own organizations.

Cricket España Directorate September 2009.

Ratified Cricket España AGM January 2010 

9.3 : Code of Good Governance (In Spanish)

9:4 No alteration to this Constitution shall be made without the approval of the Directorate and ratification of the AGM.

 

CÒDIGO DE BUEN GOBIERNO DE CRICKET ESPAÑA

Aprobado en Asamblea Ordinaria de Cricket España el 23 de enero de 2010

Introducciòn

El Consejo de Ministros del Consejo de Europa, en fecha 24 de septiembre de 1992, aprobò un Còdigo de Ética Deportiva, para que los Estados Miembros y las federaciones deportivas de los mismos lo tuvieran en consideraciòn.

Posteriormente, en el mes de octubre de 2004, los Ministros de Deporte de los Estados Miembros del Consejo de Europa aprobaron unos principios de buen gobierno, habida cuenta del importante papel del deporte dentro de la sociedad moderna y en el deseo de ser el espejo de pulcritud en que puedan mirarse los millones de jòvenes que practican deporte.

En el ámbito del deporte español, el Consejo Superior de Deportes, en fecha 18 de octubre de 2004, aprobò una Resoluciòn que lleva como anexo un "Còdigo de Buen Gobierno de las Federaciones Deportivas Españolas", siguiendo las normas anteriormente citadas.

Cricket España aprueba el Còdigo de Buen Gobierno, que regula internamente sus actividades cotidianas y permite que el mundo exterior vea còmo el cricket no solo se autorregula sino que, además, recoge todos los principios legales europeos y españoles establecidos en orden a alcanzar una transparencia y ética que, en ocasiones, se ha echado en falta por algunos estratos sociales.

La elaboraciòn de este Còdigo de Buen Gobierno ayuda a alcanzar una mayor integraciòn de la organizaciòn federativa en la sociedad, y aumentar la transparencia sobre su actuaciòn y, en particular, sobre la gestiòn del dinero pũblico que recibe.

Cricket España, en el ejercicio de las funciones que le son propias, y reconocidas en sus propios Estatutos, y con el ánimo de establecer principios y reglas orientadoras de su gestiòn, y de promover una mayor responsabilidad y eficacia en la gestiòn federativa, estima conveniente la elaboraciòn e implantaciòn de normas dirigidas a regular de forma sistemática y ordenada el gobierno federativo, y a actuar como un instrumento eficaz y necesario que contribuyan a una mayor transparencia en su gestiòn.

De esta manera, Cricket España asume el compromiso planteado mediante la redacciòn y aprobaciòn del presente Còdigo: 

Ámbito subjetivo.

El presente Còdigo será de aplicaciòn a Cricket España y podrá ser asumido y adaptado a cualquier entidad deportiva que voluntariamente desee suscribirlo en aras a alcanzar los fines pretendidos.

Ámbito objetivo.

El presente còdigo formula recomendaciones que pretenden sintetizar prácticas de buen gobierno en Cricket España, refiriéndose tanto a la gestiòn federativa como al control de las transacciones econòmicas (gastos, ingresos, inversiones) que efectũen, independientemente de que éstas estén financiadas o no con subvenciòn pũblica.

De esta manera, se ofrece una serie de medidas que, en uso de su libre autonomía y de sus facultades de autorregulaciòn, podrán adoptar en sus estatutos o reglas de funcionamiento orgánico. 

De los òrganos federativos.

La Junta Directiva y/o comisiòn delegada.

El deber de actuar con lealtad respecto a la organizaciòn de la que forman parte, impone a los miembros de la junta directiva y/o comisiòn delegada el cumplimiento de las siguientes obligaciones:

a) Mantener en secreto cuantos datos o informaciones reciban en el desempeño de su cargo, no pudiendo utilizarlos en beneficio propio, ni facilitarlos a terceros.

b) Abstenerse de intervenir en deliberaciones y votaciones de cualquier cuestiòn en la que pudieran tener un interés particular.

c) No hacer uso indebido del patrimonio federativo ni valerse de su posiciòn para obtener ventajas patrimoniales.

d) No aprovecharse de las oportunidades de negocio que conozcan en su condiciòn de miembro de la junta directiva y/o comisiòn delegada.

e) La participaciòn activa en las reuniones de la Junta Directiva y en las tareas que le sean asignadas.

f) La oposiciòn a los acuerdos contrarios a la normativa deportiva española, los estatutos o al interés de Cricket España.

g) En aras de la correcta participaciòn de los diversos estamentos que forman Cricket España, la junta directiva y/o comisiòn delegada, deberá remitir obligatoriamente a los miembros de la Asamblea, al menos una semana antes de su celebraciòn, fotocopia completa del Dictamen de Auditoria, Cuentas Anuales, Memoria y Carta de Recomendaciones. Asimismo, deberá estar a disposiciòn de los miembros de la misma en el mismo plazo de una semana antes, los apuntes contables correspondientes que soportan dichas transacciones y en cualquier caso siempre que sea requerido por el conducto reglamentario establecido.

El Secretario General.

El Secretario General, deberá atender a la legalidad formal y material de las actuaciones de la junta directiva, comprobar la regularidad estatutaria, el cumplimiento de las disposiciones emanadas de los òrganos reguladores, así como velar por la observancia de los principios o criterios del buen gobierno federativo. 

Otros òrganos de Control

Comité de Auditoría y control: El cometido básico del Comité de Auditoría consiste en evaluar el sistema de organizaciòn contable y garantizar la independencia del auditor externo de Cricket España.

Normas de actuaciòn

En aras de alcanzar la finalidad pretendida, habrán de asumirse las siguientes consideraciones:

I Retribuciones 

- Prohibiciòn de realizaciòn de contratos blindados, con indemnizaciones por encima de la vigente legislaciòn, con personal tanto administrativo como técnico de Cricket España.

- Restricciòn de las actuaciones que supongan abonar contra el presupuesto federativo gastos de desplazamiento a personas que no tengan relaciòn con Cricket España, salvo casos excepcionales que serán puntualmente dados a conocer en la Asamblea General.

- Obligaciòn de que en la memoria econòmica que ha de presentar Cricket España, como entidad de utilidad pũblica, se de informaciòn de las retribuciones dinerarias o en especie satisfechas a los miembros del òrgano de gobierno de la organizaciòn, tanto en concepto de reembolso por los gastos que se le hayan ocasionado en el desempeño de su funciòn, como en concepto de remuneraciones por los servicios prestados a la entidad, bien sea vía relaciòn laboral o relaciòn mercantil, tanto inherentes como distintos de los propios de su funciòn.

II Control y Gestiòn ordinaria 

- Redacciòn de un manual de procedimientos que regule el contenido mínimo que se señala en los puntos siguientes:

- Establecimiento de un sistema de autorizaciòn de operaciones donde se fijará quien o quienes deben autorizar con su firma, en funciòn de su cuantía, cada una de las operaciones que realice Cricket España.

- Regulaciòn de un sistema de segregaciòn de funciones en el que ninguna persona pueda intervenir en todas las fases de una transacciòn.

- Establecimiento de un manual de procedimientos sobre el tratamiento de la informaciòn y de la documentaciòn contable, donde se establezcan los soportes documentales de las operaciones realizadas, su custodia y el circuito que deben recorrer desde el inicio hasta el término de la operaciòn.

- Establecimiento de un riguroso sistema presupuestario y de gestiòn.

- Redacciòn de un manual de procedimientos para el reparto de posibles subvenciones a los clubes afiliados a Cricket España, òrganos técnicos y a los comités que regulen las distintas actividades de la organizaciòn, en el que forzosamente deberán figurar los criterios de distribuciòn y justificaciòn.

- Articulaciòn de un sistema de supervisiòn interna que asegure el cumplimiento de los procedimientos establecidos en los puntos anteriores.

III Relaciones con terceros 

- Los directivos y altos cargos federativos deberán suministrar informaciòn relativa a la existencia de relaciones de índole contractual, comercial o familiar con proveedores o entidades que tengan vínculos comerciales o profesionales con Cricket España de la que forman parte.

- Se requerirá informaciòn periòdica sobre el volumen de transacciones econòmicas que Cricket España mantenga con sus miembros o terceros vinculados a ellos.

- Se establecerá como criterio de actuaciòn la solicitud de un mínimo de tres ofertas en la adquisiciòn de inversiones que superen los 30.000 €, o los 12.000€ en el supuesto de suministro de bienes o prestaciòn de servicios por empresas de consultoría o asistencia técnica.

IV Aspectos técnicos deportivos

- Elaboraciòn anual de una planificaciòn técnico-deportiva que deberá incluir, entre otros, los siguientes contenidos:

- Establecimiento de los criterios de selecciòn de los deportistas para las selecciones andaluzas.

- Fijaciòn de los criterios de distribuciòn de las becas y/o ayudas por resultados deportivos.

- Cumplimiento de las normativas de participaciòn internacional y el de peticiòn y autorizaciòn previa para la organizaciòn de competiciones internacionales en España.

Còdigo de Ética deportiva

Cricket España asume íntegramente el cumplimiento del còdigo de ética deportiva, aprobado por el Consejo de Europa el 24 de septiembre de 1992, y que se integra en el presente documento como anexo n° 1.

Anexo 1 - Còdigo de Ética Deportiva

El contenido y las definiciones del presente còdigo de ética deportiva se aplicarán teniendo en cuenta las peculiaridades y especificaciones propias de las competiciones de las diferentes especialidades del cricket.

Introducciòn

    El Còdigo de ética del Consejo de Europa para el "juego limpio en el deporte" es una declaraciòn de intenciones aceptada por los Ministros europeos responsables del deporte.

2  El Còdigo parte del principio de que las consideraciones éticas que subyacen en el "juego limpio" no constituyen un elemento facultativo, sino algo esencial a toda actividad deportiva, a toda política y a todo tipo de gestiòn que se realice en el campo del deporte, y de que dichas consideraciones se aplican en todos los niveles de la competencia y de compromiso con la actividad deportiva, tanto de carácter recreativo como de competiciòn.

3  El Còdigo aporta un sòlido marco ético para luchar contra las presiones ejercidas por la sociedad moderna, las cuales implican una amenaza para los fundamentos tradicionales del deporte, que se basan en el "juego limpio", en el espíritu deportivo y en el movimiento voluntario.

Objetivos del Còdigo

4  El Còdigo pretende esencialmente promover el "juego limpio" entre los niños y adolescentes que serán los deportistas adultos y las figuras de mañana del deporte. Sin embargo, el Còdigo se dirige a las personas adultas y a las instituciones que ejercen una influencia directa o indirecta en el compromiso y la participaciòn de los jòvenes en el deporte.

5  El Còdigo engloba el concepto de derecho de los niños y adolescentes a practicar un deporte y a obtener una satisfacciòn de esa práctica, y el concepto de responsabilidad de los adultos y las instituciones en su condiciòn de promotores del "juego limpio" y de garantes del respeto de ese derecho.

Definiciòn de "Juego Limpio"

6  El "juego limpio" significa mucho más que el simple respeto de las reglas: abarca los conceptos de amistad, de respeto al adversario y de espíritu deportivo. Es, más que un comportamiento, un modo de pensar. El concepto se extiende a la lucha contra las trampas, contra el arte de engañar sin vulnerar las reglas, contra el dopaje, la violencia física y verbal, la desigualdad de oportunidades, la excesiva comercializaciòn y la corrupciòn.

7  El "juego limpio" es un concepto positivo. El Còdigo considera el deporte como una actividad sociocultural que enriquece la sociedad y la amistad entre las naciones, siempre que se practique con lealtad. El deporte es considerado asimismo como una actividad que, si se ejerce con lealtad, permite a la persona conocerse, expresarse y realizarse mejor; desarrollarse, adquirir conocimientos prácticos y demostrar sus capacidades; el deporte hace posible la interacciòn social, es fuente de disfrute y aporta bienestar y salud. El deporte, con su extensa red de clubes y de aficionados, ofrece la ocasiòn de participar y de asumir responsabilidades sociales. Además, la participaciòn responsable en determinadas actividades puede coadyuvar al desarrollo de la sensibilidad respecto al medio ambiente.

Responsabilidad por el "Juego Limpio"

El Còdigo reconoce que la participaciòn de niños y adolescentes en las actividades deportivas se inserta en un entorno social más amplio. Admite que el individuo y la sociedad sòlo pueden aprovechar plenamente las ventajas potenciales del deporte si el "juego limpio" deja de ser un concepto secundario para convertirse en preocupaciòn central; reconoce que todas las personas que, de forma directa o indirecta, favorecen e influyen en la experiencia que niños y adolescentes viven en el deporte, deben conceder una prioridad absoluta a dicho concepto. Se trata, concretamente, de:

    8.1 Los gobiernos: a todos los niveles, incluidos los organismos que trabajan con los gobiernos. Los participantes en los sectores oficiales de la educaciòn poseen una responsabilidad especial.

     8.2 Las organizaciones deportivas y vinculadas con el deporte: en particular, las federaciones deportivas y los organismos dirigentes, las asociaciones de educaciòn física, los organismos e institutos vinculados al entrenamiento, las profesiones relacionadas con la medicina y la farmacia, y los medios de comunicaciòn. El sector comercial, comprendidas las actividades de producciòn, venta y marketing de artículos deportivos, debe asimismo asumir sus responsabilidades y contribuir al fomento del "juego limpio".

    8.3 Las personas: específicamente, los padres, docentes, entrenadores, árbitros, mandos, directivos, administradores, periodistas, médicos y farmacéuticos, así como los deportistas de la alta competiciòn, que sirven de modelos. El Còdigo se aplica a todas las personas, con independencia de que participen como voluntarios o en calidad de profesionales. En su condiciòn de espectadores, las personas pueden asumir responsabilidades complementarias.

Cada una de estas instituciones y personas tiene que asumir una responsabilidad y desempeñar una funciòn. Este Còdigo de ética va destinado a ellas, y solamente será eficaz si todos los actores del mundo del deporte están dispuestos a asumir las responsabilidades definidas en el mismo.

Los gobiernos asumirán las responsabilidades siguientes:

    10.1 favorecer la adopciòn de criterios éticos, rigurosos en todos los ámbitos sociales en los que el deporte está presente;

    10.2 alentar y apoyar a las personas y organizaciones que apliquen principios éticos sanos en las actividades vinculadas con el deporte;

    10.3 alentar a los profesores y monitores de educaciòn física a que concedan importancia primordial a la promociòn del deporte y al "juego limpio" en los programas escolares de formaciòn deportiva;

    10.4 apoyar cuantas iniciativas estén destinadas a promover el "juego limpio" en el deporte, en particular entre los jòvenes, y alentar a las instituciones a que concedan prioridad a este objetivo.

    10.5 alentar, en los ámbitos nacional e internacional, la investigaciòn destinada a mejorar la comprensiòn de los complejos problemas que afectan a la práctica del deporte juvenil, y a valorar el alcance de los comportamientos indeseables y las oportunidades de promover el "juego limpio".

Las organizaciones deportivas y vinculadas al deporte asumirán las responsabilidades siguientes:

Marco y contexto del "juego limpio":

    11.1 facilitar directivas claras en las que se definan los comportamientos conformes o contrarios a la ética, y procurar que se implante un sistema de estímulos y sanciones coherentes y ajustadas en todas las modalidades y niveles de la participaciòn.

    11.2 procurar que todas las decisiones se ajusten a un còdigo ético aplicable a su disciplina deportiva e inspirado en el Còdigo europeo.

    11.3 sensibilizar a la opiniòn dentro de su esfera de influencia respecto al concepto de "juego limpio", mediante campañas, recompensas, material didáctico y ofertas de formaciòn. Estas organizaciones deben, asimismo, supervisar estrechamente la marcha de estas actividades y evaluar sus efectos.

    11.4 implantar sistemas que, además del éxito en la competiciòn, recompensen el "juego limpio" y el desarrollo personal.

    11.5 prestar apoyo y ayuda a los periodistas que fomente la "buena conducta".

El trabajo con los jòvenes:

    11.6 velar por que las estructuras participativas prevean las necesidades específicas de los adolescentes y de los niños en crecimiento, permitiendo la participaciòn en diversos niveles, desde la actividad recreativa hasta la alta competiciòn.

    11.7 apoyar la modificaciòn de los reglamentos con objeto de atender las necesidades específicas de los jòvenes, poniendo de relieve no sòlo el éxito competitivo, sino también el "juego limpio".

    11.8 velar por la implantaciòn de garantías con objeto de impedir la explotaciòn de los menores, en particular de los que muestren aptitudes precoces.

    11.9 procurar que todos los miembros o afiliados a una organizaciòn que asuman responsabilidades respecto a los jòvenes y adolescentes posean las cualidades necesarias para orientarlos, formarlos y educarlos y, en especial, velar por que conozcan las transformaciones biològicas y psicològicas que implica el proceso de maduraciòn del menor.  

Las personas asumirán las responsabilidades siguientes:

El comportamiento individual:

    12.1 poseer un comportamiento ejemplar que ofrezca un modelo positivo a los niños y adolescentes; abstenerse en todo caso de recompensar, adoptar personalmente o pasar por alto todo comportamiento desleal por parte de terceros; imponer las sanciones adecuadas a este tipo de comportamiento.

    12.2 velar por que el nivel de formaciòn y de calificaciòn se ajuste a las necesidades del menor, en funciòn de los diferentes grados de participaciòn en el deporte.

El trabajo con los jòvenes:

    12.3 convertir la salud, la seguridad y el bienestar del niño o del joven atleta en la principal de sus prioridades, y lograr que estos objetivos sean prioritarios respecto al logro del éxito por persona interpuesta, o a la reputaciòn del club, de la escuela, del entrenador o del padre.

    12.4 lograr que los niños vivan una experiencia deportiva que les anime a participar toda su vida en actividades físicas saludables.

    12.5 abstenerse de tratar a los niños como si fuesen pequeños adultos, teniendo, en cambio, conciencia de las transformaciones físicas y psíquicas que implica el desarrollo del niño y del modo en que influyen en el rendimiento deportivo.

     12.6 abstenerse de situar al menor ante expectativas que no sea capaz de satisfacer.

    12.7 reconocer la importancia que tiene el disfrute y el gozo de la competiciòn, absteniéndose en todo caso de ejercer sobre el niño una presiòn indebida y contraria a su derecho a decidir libremente sobre su participaciòn.

    12.8 interesarse tanto por los individuos mejor dotados como por quienes no lo están tanto, destacando y recompensando, aparte del éxito en la competiciòn, el desarrollo personal y la adquisiciòn de conocimientos prácticos.

    12.9 alentar a los jòvenes a que creen sus propios juegos y adopten sus propias reglas; a que actũen no sòlo como competidores, sino también como entrenadores, directivos o árbitros; a que fijen su propio sistema de gratificaciones y sanciones por comportamientos leales o desleales; y a que se hagan responsables de sus actos.

    12.10 facilitar a los jòvenes y a sus familiares toda la informaciòn posible, con el fin de que sean conscientes de los potenciales riesgos y atractivos del éxito.

Conclusiòn

13.    El "juego limpio" es esencial si se desea promover y desarrollar el deporte y la participaciòn deportiva. El comportamiento leal en el deporte, "el juego limpio", es beneficioso para la persona, las organizaciones deportivas y la sociedad en su conjunto. Nuestra obligaciòn es fomentar ese espíritu.