CSLI

CSLI Cross of Merit

Valid from 1st January 2013

Excerpt from the public procurement directives

The CSLI has founded these decorations of merit and honour for exceptional service highly above the level of expectations, which may be granted to each member for outstanding humanitarian, charitable and human services. The current chairman represents the foundation of these decorations of merit outwards.

The awards are mostly granted to CSLI members, however also to non-members by decision of the executive committee, if the respective person has worked for the goals of the CSLI in humanitarian, charitable and human matters.

Each CSLI member has the right to request the award(s) for another person; the request has to be made in writing to the Secretary General or a member of the executive committee. The request must include a justification (of merit, etc.) and will be decided upon receipt by the executive committee. The setting of each stage is decided by the executive committee. The request may be rejected without justification. There is no legal entitlement. The costs for production and p&p of the insignia have to be taken over by the applicant. The insignia will become the possession of the person granted the award. (Application forms can be found in the download area.)

The CSLI has the right to cancel the granting of the award in case of dishonourable behaviour; in this case, the award has to be returned to the CSLI. You automatically accept this rule upon adoption of the award.

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