Governing body may refer to:
- The governing body of a school in England, Northern Ireland or Wales, composed of school governors
- Board of education, the governing body of a school or higher administrative level
- University Court, the governing body of a university in Scotland
- The Governing Body of Jehovah's Witnesses
- Governing Body Commission of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness
- Governing Bodies of the Conference of European Churches
- Sport governing body, a regulating authority for sports
- Board of governors, the governing body of a public institution
- Board of directors, the governing body of a company
Other articles related to "governing body":
... Vanuatu Cricket Association is the official governing body of cricket in Vanuatu ... Its current headquarters is in Port Vila ...
1953 an eve-of-retirement memo to the Governing Body (which duly recorded UCC’s gratitude for his generosity and long service to the Press) O’ Rahilly showed he was sensitive to possible ... as a lecturer in Sociology and had asked the Governing Body to pay the equivalent amount to the Press ... publication costs should be borne by the Governing Body ...
... There is no single national governing body for American football in the United States or a continental governing body for North America ... There is an international governing body, the International Federation of American Football, or IFAF, but it does not have much influence in American ...
... Boat Racing Association – the BDA, which was formally constituted as the governing body for the sport of Dragon Boat Racing in the UK at an ... Physical Recreation (CCPR) as the sport's governing body and admitted into its membership ... was recognised by the Sports Council in 1992 and the BDA as its Governing Body received recognition in 1994 ...
Famous quotes containing the words body and/or governing:
“I thought no more was needed
Youth to prolong
Than dumb-bell and foil
To keep the body young.
O who could have foretold
That the heart grows old?”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“In making the great experiment of governing people by consent rather than by coercion, it is not sufficient that the party in power should have a majority. It is just as necessary that the party in power should never outrage the minority.”
—Walter Lippmann (18891974)