Are you interested in submitting your nomination for the position of ICA President? Do you know someone who would be a good fit? The Call for nominations for the position of ICA President 2022-2026 is currently open and will remain open until Friday 24 June 2022 at midnight Central European Time (CET).
What do you need to apply?
Candidates will be asked to submit a short CV (two pages maximum) and a statement of intent (maximum 500 words) in English and French. Candidates will need to obtain three letters of support from among the voting members of ICA. The names of the three supporters will be published, but not any letters which they may write.
The applications are to be sent to Constance V. Vidon, ICA Executive Coordinator, at email@example.com.
How will the elections be handled?
All members, categories A, B, C, and D, in good standing, and members of the Executive Board, have the right to stand for election, and to cast a vote for their preferred candidate. The election will be conducted in accordance with the constitution which was approved by the Extraordinary General Assembly on 20 October 2021.
The following weighting system applies:
|ICA Member Category||How many votes does each category member have for this election? (*)|
|Category A||4 votes|
|Category B||3 votes|
|Category C||2 votes|
|Category D||1 vote|
(*) Numbers as defined in Article 3 of the Constitution.
Mr. Atakilty Assefa Asgedom, Chair of the Evaluation Commission, is the Elections Officer 2022.
More information about this call, click here.
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