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Candidates for the position of EBLIDA President and Executive Committee: 2018-2021

The upcoming elections are taking place during the Annual Council Meeting, to be held in Strasbourg (France) on 30 May 2018.

According to the EBLIDA Constitution (Chapter VIII, Article 29), the members of the Executive Committee shall be elected by the Council for a period of three years, serving a maximum of two terms.

EBLIDA Secretariat has invited members of the Association to nominate their representatives for election of a new President and the EBLIDA Executive Committee. Nominations are now closed.

As cited in Article 31 of the Constitution, the members of the Executive Committee, with the exception of its Chairperson, are Full Members of the Association.


Nomination for the position of EBLIDA President
2018-2021

Each Full Member association is entitled to nominate one representative for President. The candidate does not need to belong to an EBLIDA member association, but the nomination must be supported by at least three EBLIDA full members. The Vice-President will be elected by the new Executive Committee during their first meeting after the elections.

Candidate:

 

Ton van Vlimmeren

Ton van Vlimmeren
Netherlands

FOBID
(Netherlands Library Forum)

 

[1st Term]

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Nominated by:

  1. Netherlands - FOBID Netherlands Library Forum
  2. Netherlands - VOB, Vereniging van Openbare Bibliotheken
  3. Luxembourg – ALBAD
  4. Germany, BID, Bibliothek & Information Deutschland
  5. Italy, AIB, Associazione Italiana Biblioteche
  6. Sweden – Swedish Library Association

Nominations for the position of Executive Committee Member
2018-2021

Each Full Member association is entitled to nominate one representative and one substitute each to the Executive Committee, which consists of up to a maximum of 10 members each from different full member organisations. Candidates must belong to a full member association and their nomination does not need to be seconded. Individuals can serve a maximum of two terms on the Executive Committee.

According to the EBLIDA Constitution, the Executive Committee should reflect a geographic and professional balance.

Candidates in alphabetical order:

Steen Bording Andersen

Steen Bording Andersen
Denmark

Danmarks Biblioteksforening
(Danish Library Association)

 [2nd Term]

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Julie Calmus

Julie Calmus
France

ABF, Association des Bibliothécaires Français
(French Association of Librarians)

[1st Term]

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 Marina Encheva, Bulgaria

Marina Encheva
Bulgaria

Българска библиотечно-информационна асоциация
(Bulgarian Library and Information Association - BLIA)

[1st Term]

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 Stefano Parise

Stefano Parise
Italy

Associazione Italiana Biblioteche - AIB
(Italian Library Association)

[2nd Term]

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 Jean-Marie Reding

Jean-Marie Reding
Luxembourg

ALBAD, Associatioun vun de Lëtzebuerger Bibliothekären, Archivisten an Dokumentalisten
(Luxembourgish librarians', archivists' and documentalists' association)

[2nd Term]

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Natascha Reip

Natascha Reip
Germany

BID - Bibliothek & Information Deutschland
(Federal Union of German Library and Information Associations )

[1st Term]

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 Alicia Sellés Carot

Alicia Sellés Carot
Spain

Federación Española de Sociedades de Archivística, Biblioteconomía, Documentación y Museística - FESABID
(Spanish Federation of Archives, Libraries, Documentation and Museum Associations)

[2nd Term]

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Anders Söderbäck

Anders Söderbäck
Sweden

Svensk Biblioteksförening
(Swedish Library Association)

[1st Term]

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