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Call for Nominations for LNCT Steering Committee

To provide a formal and collaborative consultation process that includes country and partner voices, the Learning Network for Countries in Transition (LNCT) is now welcoming nominations for 3-6 country representatives for the steering committee, which will be comprised of LNCT funders, development partners, and country core group (CCG) representatives.

The steering committee will have a central role to play in the strategic direction and vision of LNCT. Expectations of the steering committee include:

  • Providing strategic direction, vision, and technical guidance for LNCT activities and decisions
  • Liaising with relevant stakeholders from within their affiliated organizations working on transition-related initiatives
  • Facilitating relationships with regional partners and supporting LNCT dissemination efforts within their organizations and networks

If you are interested in being considered for participation in the LNCT steering committee, please email your name, job title, and why you would like to join the committee to LNCT Network Coordinators at info@lnct.global by November 30, 2018.  We urge CCGs to consult on potential nominees, as we will accept only one nominee per country.

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