1. General Areas of Responsibility
1.1. To be responsible for directional guidance, promotion and development of European rowing.
1.2. To manage rowing competitions among the rowers of the European member federations.
2. Objectives and Duties
2.1. To ensure that European Rowing Championships are success- fully staged every year.
2.2. To determine the format, programme and timing of the European Rowing Championships.
2.3. To make any decisions appropriate to the circumstances in the interests of European Rowing.
2.4. To hold an annual General Assembly.
2.5. To ensure the execution of decisions taken by the General Assembly.
2.6. To ensure the observance of the Constitution and Rules of the European Rowing Championships.
2.7. To ensure the maintenance of proper standards in the organising of the European Rowing Championships and European Rowing Junior Championships.
2.8. To increase participation in European Rowing Championships.
2.9. To investigate other forms of rowing competition (Under 23, Junior, ergometer rowing, etc.).
3. Membership of the European Rowing Management Board
3.1. The Board shall consist of four members elected by the European Member Federations at a European General Assembly and three European members appointed by the FISA Council. The FISA Council shall appoint one of the seven members to act as Chair.
3.2. The members of the Board shall each serve for a period of four years, which can be renewed, subject to re-appointment or re-election as appropriate.
3.3. At each European General Assembly in an Olympic year and the two following years, the FISA Council shall appoint a member to serve for a four year period and the European Federations shall elect a member to serve for the same four year period. In the year before an Olympic year the European Member Federations shall elect a member to serve for a four year period.