The Electoral College is the group of people in the organisation who have the power to elect the Board of Trustees. They meet at conference whenever there are vacancies.
It comprises: current and former Trustees, the Editorial Board, Special Issue Journal Editors, active SIG convenors, former Conferences Chairs, ‘active’ Country Coordinators and current members, both of at least 3 years consecutive standing. All Electoral College members must have paid up membership status for to be able to participate in any electoral process
2022 Electoral College meeting
In August 2022, there will be three vacancies for the EECERA Board of Trustees. The Electoral College elects Trustees from within its own membership and so, if you meet the Electoral College criteria, not only do you have voting rights but also you have the opportunity to put your name forward for consideration by your peers to be elected to the Board for these vacant posts.
The Board is therefore inviting nominations from you and others who wish to put themselves forward for election by the Electoral College. The protocol for this is explained in detail in the links at the foot of this page but, in summary, candidates must be members of the Electoral College and also be current members of EECERA. They must have a supporting ‘Proposer’ and ‘Seconder’ who are also members of the Electoral College and should send these names to the President in writing (email to [email protected] is accepted) at least one month before the election, i.e. 23rd July 2022.
2019 Electoral College meeting
The 2019 Electoral College meeting which was held Tuesday 20th August at the Faculty of Education, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki returned the following 3 Trustees for a 3 year term:
Information for Electoral College members
The Protocols for Election from the Electoral College to the EECERA Board of Trustees
Regulations for the appointment protocols for EECERA Officers and the Electoral College
Protocols for Proposers and Seconders in EECERA Elections