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Governing Council Members

The bodies of the Foundation are the President, the Governing Council, the Executive Committee and the Control Body (Auditor). The Governing Council is responsible for pursuing the aims of the Magna Charta Observatory and is its public voice. It consists of 11 to 15 members, chosen among those playing a leading role in the defense of the fundamental university values and rights. The Executive Committee is composed of 5 members and it is vested with the powers of ordinary administration.
Prof. Francesco Ubertini (President)
Ubertini Rector University of Bologna, Italy
Dr Sijbolt Noorda (Chair)
Noorda President Emeritus of the University of Amsterdam
Prof. Narend Baijnath
Narend Baijnath Former CEO of the Council on Higher Education, South Africa
Prof. Agneta Bladh (Vice-Chair)
Bladh photo Former Rector, University of Kalmar, Sweden
Prof. Inga Bostad
Inga Bostad Professor of Philosophy of Education, University of Oslo, Norway
Prof. Patrick Deane
Foto Deane 2019 Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Prof. Chiara Elefante
Chiara Elefante Vice-Rector Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna
Prof. Jean-Pierre Finance
Prof. Jean-Pierre Finance Former President of Henri Poincaré University, Nancy-1, France
Prof. Marcin Palys
Marcin Palys Former Rector, University of Warsaw, Poland
Dr Martine Rahier
martine rahier picture Former Rector University of Neuchatel
Prof. Alessandra Scagliarini
Scagliarini Vice-Rector for International Relations, University of Bologna, Italy
Prof. Astrid Söderbergh Widding
Astrid Soderbergh Widding - photo President, Stockholm University, Sweden
Prof. Catharine R. Stimpson
Catharine R. Stimpson Professor and Dean Emerita of the Graduate School of Arts and Science, New York University, USA
Ms Caroline Sundberg
Sundberg foto European Students' Union former Vice-President
Prof. Giga Zedania
Giga Zedania - photo Rector, Ilia State University, Georgia
Prof. Fabio Roversi-Monaco (Honorary President)
Prof. Fabio Roversi-Monaco Former Rector Università di Bologna, Italy