ICCROM is governed by a General Assembly consisting of delegates from all of its Member States.
The General Assembly determines the general policies of ICCROM; it approves its biennial programme of activities and budget, elects the Council members and appoints the Director-General. Other functions include approving reports on Council and Secretariat activities; determining Member State contributions, adopting ICCROM's financial regulations and approving changes to the Statutes.
The General Assembly meets in ordinary session every two years and in extraordinary session if the Council or at least one third of its Member States so request.
The members of Council are chosen from amongst the best-qualified experts in the field of conservation and restoration of cultural property, taking into consideration the desirability of achieving equitable representation of the major cultural regions of the world and an appropriate coverage of the different fields of specialization relevant to the work of ICCROM.
The Secretariat of ICCROM consists of the Director-General and staff. The Director-General is responsible for the execution of the approved programme of activities.
For further information, please contact:
odg (at) iccrom . org
Via di San Michele 13
00153 Rome, Italy
10 January, 2012