REGIONAL SPACE INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION SOUTH AFRICA 17-19 October 2012. Agenda for the Regional Space Reformulation of Objective 2 of the 2011-2015 Strategy Membership fee from 100 to 125 euro
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INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION SOUTH AFRICA
17-19 October 2012
Reformulation of Objective 2 of the 2011-2015 Strategy
Membership fee from 100 to 125 euro
CHI’s 10th anniversary: data publications and policy dialogues; 2013 Regional Consultations (venue, possible donors, agenda, etc. )
Update on parallel envisioning exercise with stakeholders: “CHI 2015+”
Child Impact Assessment Advisory Council
Nomination of Regional Representatives, Deputy Regional Representatives and PSP Taskforce Representative
Discussion of region-specific issues
→ Last 20 years: development of communications sector from predominantly provider of phone services into a diverse, competitive, and interconnected industry.
→ Complex picture: different technologies, different target groups, different partsofthe world, with different technological infrastructure and accessibility.
Proposal to change the formulation of CHI’s current strategic objective 2 as follows:
“Work with the communications sector to ensure that children can access child helplines, through their preferred means of communication, whether using traditional or contemporary technologies.”
Child Impact Assessment (CIA) Advisory Council “CHI 2015+”
→ CIA Manual finalised
→ CIA Advisory Council to institutionalize child impact assessments across CHI membership
→ Roles, benefits, selection process of child helplines, volunteering to be part of CIA Advisory Council already shared during Marketplace
→ Any questions? Any volunteers?
Role of the Regional Representative “CHI 2015+”
The role of Regional Representatives to the Supervisory Board is being described in CHI’s statutes article 12.1: “The supervision of the policy of the Management Board and the general course of affairs in the Foundation shall be conducted by the Supervisory Board. It shall assist the Management Board by providing advice. In carrying out their duties the members of the Supervisory Board shall be guided by the interest of the Foundation and its organisation...”
Role of the Deputy
The Deputy Regional Representative role was introduced in 2008 as a trial and has proven to be a strengthening factor in the governance of the network.
The Deputy Regional Representative has a supporting role to Regional Representative and the regional Programme Manager by facilitating regional advocacy activities
The Deputy Regional Representative acts in place of and in case the Regional Representative to the Supervisory Board is not able to attend the meeting or leaves his/her own organisation.
Developments with CITEL representatives and PSP taskforce representatives