Benefits and responsabilities of membership
Routes towards Sustainability is an open network.
In order to become a Partner of Routes a university, department or institute must submit to the Steering Committee a formal application signed by the Rector or Director.
In order to become a Partner of Routes a university, department or institute must declare the will to share its goals, participate in its activities, and comply with its Rules and Regulations.
Acceptance of a new University or Institute as partner of Routes is subject to the decision of the Steering Committee.
Each Partner University has equal rights and duties in compliance with the Rules and Regulations and commits itself to sharing the goals pursued by Routes.
Each Partner University has the right to:
a) participate in the General Meeting with the right to speak and vote;
b) choose members who will form the Steering Committee;
c) be informed about the plans and programmes through which Routes shall pursue and achieve its goals;
d) participate in all activities and benefit from all opportunities for international collaboration offered by Routes;
e) submit projects and initiatives to be evaluated by the Steering Committee;
f) be constantly updated about plans and activities.
Each Partner University has the duty to:
a) comply with the Rules and Regulations and every action deriving from them;
b) participate in research activities promoted by Routes;
c) guarantee that forms of collaboration provided by each Partner University are voluntary, non-profit and based on individual choice.