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Member state representation

The European Centre for Modern Languages is an Enlarged Partial Agreement of the Council of Europe: today 36 of the Strasbourg-based Organisation's 46 member states cooperate in the Graz Centre. The organs of the Centre are:

Governing Board 

The Centre's executive organ,composed of one representative from each member state. The Board defines and adopts the medium-term programme, monitors its implementation and the management of the Centre's resources and forwards a report on the Centre's activities to the Council of Europe's Committee of Ministers.

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National Nominating Authorities

The official agencies in each member state responsible for selecting participants to the Centre's activities.

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National Contact Points

These assist in disseminating the Centre's products and supplying information on its work within the member states through national networks. 

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Austrian Association 

(Verein EFSZ in Österreich)  

Set up by the Austrian authorities to administer the Centre's infrastructure and local implantation in Graz.