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Executive Committee

The EBLIDA Executive Committee meets three times a year. Minutes of these meetings are made available to the Council each year. 

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Executive Committee elected at the 23th EBLIDA Council Meeting in Riga, Latvia for the term 2015-2018:

President

Jukka Relander (Finland)

Jukka Relander
Finland

Finnish Library Association


Vice-President

Germany: Barbara Lison (BID)

Barbara Lison
Germany

Bibliothek & Information Deutschland - BID

 

[Substitute: Benjamin Blinten, BID, Germany]


Treasurer

Luxembourg: Jean-Marie Reding (ALBAD)

Jean-Marie Reding
Luxembourg

Luxembourgish librarians', archivists' and documentalists' association - ALBAD

 


Members

Steen Bording Andersen (Denmark)

Steen Bording Andersen
Denmark

The Danish Library Association

 

[Substitute: Dan Skjerning, Danmarks Biblioteksforening, Denmark]

United Kingdom: Guy Daines (CILIP), 2nd term

Guy Daines
United Kingdom

Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals - CILIP

(2nd Term)

 

[Substitute: Simon Edwards, CILIP, United Kingdom]

Sweden: Ulrika Domellöf-Mattsson (Swedish Library Association), 2nd term

Ulrika Domellöf Mattsson
Sweden

Swedish Library Association

(2nd Term)

 Austria: Christa Müller(VÖB)

Christa Müller
Austria

Vereinigung Österreichischer Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare - VÖB

 

 

Netherlands: Charles Noordam (FOBID)

Charles Noordam
Netherlands

FOBID Netherlands Library Forum

 

[Substitute: Marian Koren, FOBID, Netherlands]

Italy: Stefano Parise (Italian Library Association)

Stefano Parise
Italy

Associazione Italiana Biblioteche - AIB

Spain: Alicia Sellés Carot (FESABID)

Alicia Sellés Carot
Spain

Federación Española de Sociedades de Archivística, Biblioteconomía, Documentación y Museística - FESABID

 

[Substitute: Glòria Pérez Salmerón, FESABID]

Latvia: Uldis Zarins (Latvian Library Association)

Uldis Zariņš
Latvia

Latvian Library Association


The elections took place during the Annual Council Meeting, in Riga, Latvia on 7 May 2015.

According to the EBLIDA Constitution (Chapter 3, 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.

 


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