WSSCC Steering Committee Elections January 2018 – Call for Nominations opens 08.01.18

Date: 5th January 2018

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WSSCC has announced a Call for Nominations for the forthcoming election to fill two vacant seats on its Steering Committee. The open seats are for the South Asia and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) regions. Any individual who has been a WSSCC member for at least two years, and fits the selection criteria, can be nominated.

Nominations will be accepted until 28 January (inclusive), with the election to take place between 8 – 22 February.

WSSCC’s Steering Committee provides strategic oversight for the organization’s work. It is a democratic body elected by representatives from WSSCC’s regions – Global, Small Island Developing States, Eastern and Southern Africa, South Eastern/East Asia, South Asia, Middle Northern and Western Africa, and Central and Eastern Europe/West and Central Asia.

Please find supporting documentation for download on this page:

  • Call for Nominations
  • Election Criteria
  • Steering Committee Elections Frequently Asked Questions
  • Steering Committee Meetings and Roles and Responsibilities
  • Nominations Form

The WSSCC Governance Document is available here.

Please send the 2018 Nomination Form to elections@wsscc.org  In the email subject line please put “Nomination for WSSCC Steering Committee with effect April 2018″.

WSSCC’s Steering Committee November 2017

 

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