Deadline for CityNet Disaster Cluster Lead and Co-lead nominations extended

 

We encourage CityNet members to submit applications for Cluster Lead and Co-Leads for term 2018-2021.

The deadline for nominations for Disaster Cluster Lead and Co-lead for term 2018-2021 is extended. The new deadline is September 15, 2017.

It shares the same deadline for the nominations for Climate Change, Infrastructure, and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Cluster lead and co-lead/s.

On November 5-8, 2017 at our Congress in Colombo, Sri Lanka, members will elect the new set of Cluster leaders.

The current four clusters are Climate Change, Disaster, Infrastructure, and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). A CityNet member is expected to belong in one of these four clusters.

See attached the details of Nomination and Terms for Reference.

All nominations for Cluster Leads and Co-Leads must reach the CityNet Secretariat through programs2@citynet-ap.org on September 15, 2017, Friday.

You may also email urgent queries and clarifications to the same email address.

 

Nomination Form for CityNet Cluster Elections

Terms of Reference for CityNet Cluster System (Cluster Lead and Co-Lead)

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