International Science Council Governing Board: Final list of candidates for election in July 2018
Following a call for nominations held in early 2018, a final list of candidates for the Governing Board of the International Science Council was published on 5 June 2018.
In accordance with the Statutes and Rules of Procedure, this final list comprises 74 candidates, including:
- The candidates shortlisted by the Elections Committee after the first round of nominations, as communicated to Members on 5 March (37 in total);
- All candidates not shortlisted in the first round and re-submitted in the second round of nominations in May (13 in total);
- All new nominations made in the second round of nominations in May (24 in total).
The nomination forms of all candidates can be accessed here.
Download the letter from Alberto Martinelli (ISSC President) and Gordon McBean (ICSU President), Co-Chairs of the 2018 Elections Committee, sent with the final list of nominations. This contains additional information on the work of the Elections Committee, and on the electoral procedure.
On 4 July 2018, during the founding General Assembly of the International Science Council, Members will first elect the six Officers: President, President-Elect, two Vice-Presidents, Secretary, and Treasurer. There are 20 candidates in total for these six positions. The results of the voting will be announced before starting the election of the Ordinary Members. There are 54 candidates for 10 Ordinary Member positions (including 11 candidates who are also nominated for an Officer’s position).