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Call for Nominations for the
ELIA Representative Board 2014-2016 

including President and Treasurer 


Dear ELIA Members,

The next ELIA General Assembly will be organised on 15 November 2014, coinciding with the 13th ELIA Biennial Conference in Glasgow. During the General Assembly meeting a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 21 Representative Board members will be elected, plus 2 non European Representative Board members.

We hereby ask member institutions for nominations to the ELIA Board, including the ELIA President and Treasurer for the period 2014 - 2016. The deadline for nominations to be received is 15 May 2014.

The following regulations apply for nominations:

1. It is the privilege of full member institutions to nominate candidates to the ELIA Representative Board.

2. It shall be secured that the representation of regions, disciplines and gender will be taken into account during the elections.

Nominations  for Representative Board members from the following European countries are eligible:
Albania, Armenia,  Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom.
    
In 2010 it was agreed that a maximum of two additional non European members will be elected to the 8-21 places in the Representative Board. Proposals for nominations of non European Representative Board members will have to be supported by two full members.

3. An institute that wishes to put forward a representative but  that is not yet a member of ELIA, may make a nomination provided that at the same time its application for membership to ELIA is submitted. Nominations will only be accepted if the application for membership is accepted.

4. The nominee must be able to serve for two years, if elected.

5. Nominees are expected to communicate effectively in the English language in speech and writing.

6. The current Board has decided that the final date for nominations shall be set on 15 May 2014, by which time all nominations must have been received by the ELIA Executive Office.

7. The electoral regulations state that a member institute can only have one member on the Representative Board.

8. Members of the Executive Group or the Representative Board may not be replaced by their institution. In case an Executive Group member withdraws during the period, it is the sole privilege of the President to appoint a new member.

Candidates for President and Treasurer must be announced in writing to the Executive Director at the latest 15 May 2014.

Role of Representative Board members
The newly elected Representative Board should expect to meet  immediately after the General Assembly meeting in Glasgow on 15 November 2014 and in this meeting the President and Treasurer will be elected.

The Representative Board will normally meet twice a year for a two half-day meeting (starting and ending lunchtime) in Amsterdam. During these meetings activities and financial reports will be discussed and the Representative Board will serve as a think tank and advocate for future developments of ELIA. Representative Board members will be invited to take part in projects, steering groups and platform discussions.
Among the duties of Representative Board members is the promotion of ELIA by organising regional meetings (with assistance of ELIA) in order to better involve members, to provide information on current developments in higher arts education in Europe and to recruit new members.

The Executive Group will be formed from members of the Representative Board. The Executive Group normally meets three times a year in addition to Representative Board meetings. The Executive Group progresses and monitors the operational plan and ensures the financial management of the organisation.

Role of the ELIA President
The President acts as an advocate, represents the organisation and has overall responsibility for action taken in and by the organisation. The President selects the Executive Group, including Vice President(s) and reports to the Executive Group and on behalf of the Executive Group to the Representative Board and the General Assembly
The President provides leadership and guidance to meetings and ensures a democratic forum.
The President works closely with the Executive Director on the operations of the organisation and on the preparation of the General Assembly, Representative Board and Executive Group meetings.
The President is elected for a period of two years and can be re-elected once.

Role of the ELIA Treasurer
The Treasurer monitors the budget of ELIA, presents management accounts to the Executive Group for approval and advises on financial activities
The Treasurer presents audited annual accounts to the Executive Group, to the Representative Board for approval and to the General Assembly to be received and works closely with the Executive Director in the preparation of the financial reports.

Representative Board members and Executive Group members are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs at all such meetings.

All candidates are kindly asked to fill in the nomination form available for download here.

All nominations will be acknowledged.

Yours sincerely,



Kieran Corcoran
ELIA President


For further questions please contact ELIA Executive Director Carla Delfos at carla.delfos@elia-artschools.org
 

 

 
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