The association’s highest decision-making body is the general meeting, where all members have the right to vote in accordance with the statutes. The board of directors is elected by the annual general meeting and shall implement the resolution of the meeting. The Board of Directors shall also monitor compliance with statutes and legal requirements. Within the framework of the statutes and the business plan, the board of directors makes decisions, both on matters of a policy nature and on current issues. The board of directors, shall also coordinate programme activities, and otherwise administer the association’s activities.BRD all active members, which means members who participate in any active group, on the board or are otherwise elected. The active groups have their own responsibility, for their activities and to comply with the agreed procedures. The association has governing documents, in the form of statutes, policies and business plans that set the framework for the association’s activities. The association also has supporting documents such as checklists, contact lists, etc, that will make it easier for those working within the association to act. The documents shall also make it easier, for members of the board to enter their roles.