The International Public Policy Association is a non-profit organization governed by a College of 24 members representing the individual members and currently 27 members representing the institutional members. The role of college is defined by the article 15 of our Constitution (Click here to see the Constitution).
The College members representing individual members are elected for a 4 years term, renewed by half every 2 years.
In 2019, IPPA individual Members need to elect 12 College members. The election process is in 2 steps:
Any individual member of the Association who have paid his/her membership in 2019 can be candidate to the College.
At the end of the call for candidate (1st March), an Electoral Commission including representatives from IPPA Executive Committee, will examine the applications, to establish the final list of candidates according to Article 7 of the IPPA Constitution: "The members elected should represent the diversity of continents and countries of the entire membership, the diversity of policy approaches, and take into account the need for gender equity."
The final list of candidates will be published on our website. Each Individual Member will have access to the pictures of the candidates and can dowload their applications.
All Individual Members of the Association are invited to vote between April 8 - 18, 2019 for 12 candidates maximum. The voting system will be electronic and confidential.
After the vote, the 12 candidates who obtained the highest number of votes will be elected to the College.
The mandate will start on Monday June 24, 2019, for the College meeting in Montreal.
The Call for applications will be open between March 15 - April 1, 2019.
Results will be announced by April 8, 2019.
The Elections will be open between April 8 - 18, 2019.
Elections' results will be published by April 26, 2019.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE & PRESIDENT ELECTIONS
The Call for applications will be open between June 1 - 15, 2019.
Results will be announced by June 24, 2019.
The Elections will be on June 24, 2019, during the College meeting.
Elections' results will be published on June 24, 2019.
Claire Dunlop, University of Exeter
Oliver Meza, CIDE
Guy Lachappelle, Concordia University
Jae Moon, Yonsei University
Carlos Alza Barco, EGPP
Guillaume Fontaine, FLACSO
Laura Chaques Bonafont, IBEI
Renaud Payre, Sciences Po Lyon
Vinod Vyasulu, Jindal School of Public Policy
Marleen Brans, KU Leuven
M. Ramesh, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
Wolfang Drechsler, School of Business and Governance
Shahjahan Buiyan, THe American University in Cairo
Ciqi Mei, Tsinghua University
Charlotte Halpern, Science Po
Claire Dupuy, Sciences Po Grenoble
Pauline Ravinet, Sciences Po Lille
Claudio Radaelli, UCL
Maria Stella Righettini, University of Padova
Emmanuel Henry, Paris Dauphine University
Giliberto Capano, University of Bologna
Chris Weible, University of Colorado Denver
Scott Brenton, UNiversity of Melbourne
Guy Peters, UNiversity of Pittsburgh
Grace Skogstad, UNiversity of Toronto
Heike Grimm, University of Erfurt
Darryl Jarvis, The Education University of Hong Kong
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