Sunce is a civil society organization (CSO), which operates under the NGO Act and the Statute and as such it has no owner, but belongs to all its members.
The bodies of the Association:1. Assembly2. Managing Board3. President of the Managing Board4. Executive Director
The Assembly is the highest governing body of Association Sunce, and it is made of all active members of the Association who thus participate in the running of the organization. At meetings of the Assembly it is decided on the members of the Board, changes in the Statute of Association, the financial statements and reports on the work, and other organizational and statutory changes in Sunce.
Managing Board is the highest governing body between two sessions of the Assembly. Board implements the decisions of the Assembly, oversees the work and business, bringing annual programs and decisions related to labor relations, appoints the executive director and a number of other functions in accordance with the Statute.
President of the Managing Board is also the president of the Association. President represents Sunce in the public, represents the Association in property, legal and financial issues, and performs other tasks determined by Managing Board. President is elected among the members of the Managing Board, by the members themselves.
Executive Director is elected by the competition on the duration of four years, and by its mandate is responsible for the execution of the Strategic Plan of Sunce and other plans and programs as well as the implementation of the decisions of the Board and the Assembly in accordance with the Statute.