Nominations welcome for WSSCC Steering Committee

Date: 16th November 2011

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WSSCC is seeking members to fill its six open Steering Committee seats. This is an opportunity for its  members to contribute to WSSCC’s work and improve peoples’ quality of life. The Steering Committee is the governing body of WSSCC. It is composed of the WSSCC Chair, 12 elected partner or regional representatives, and various ex-officio members and invitees.

If you wish to be a candidate or to nominate a candidate, you will  find all details in the documents above or in the member section of the website. Nominations will be reviewed and voting will commence mid-December. The deadline for nominations is 7 December 2011. We look forward to receiving your nominations.

WSSCC is currently calling for nominations for the following regions:

  • Middle, Northern and Western Africa                  
  • Eastern and Southern Africa
  • Eastern and Central Europe, Western and Central Asia             
  • South-Eastern and Eastern Asia     
  • Global (2 seats)

Complete details of the nomination process listed in the above Call for Nominations document. 

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