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Regional Programme

Regional meetings for 2013

 

WSCF AP Regional Women’s Committee (RWC) Meeting

March 17-21, Hong Kong

The RWC is the decision making body of the Regional Women’s Programme of the WSCF AP. The women members of this committee are officially elected by the Regional Committee Meeting for the biennium 2012-2014 to represent the sub regions. Six women members from South Asia, South East Asia, North East Asia and Pacific, including the regional women’s coordinator of the WSCF AP will be meeting on the above mentioned dates. The objectives of the RWC are:

  • evaluate the program and the work being done by a critical analysis and sharing on women’s issues and reporting on the women’s programmes in sub regions
  • concrete plans for the Regional Women’s Program in the new quadrennium;
  • implement concrete plans;
  • coordinate development on women’s work from the regional level to the national movements and to the sub-regions they represent by helping to carry out women’s program at these levels;
  • review the process and facilitate the implementation of decisions concerning women made by the Regional Committee by :
  • drawing up specific plans for program implementation,
  • dividing areas of work among members of the Regional Women’s Committee, making recommendations concerning women for action of the Regional Committee;
  • discussion and planning on Budget and fund raising for the next quadrennium

WSCF AP Standing Committee (SC) Meeting

March 20-25, Hong Kong

The WSCF Standing Committee (SC) is the Executive Committee of WSCF AP region, it is the highest policy-making body of WSCF AP, when the Regional Committee is not in session. This is the regular biennial meeting of the officers and staff of the region composed of the chairperson, vice-chairperson, 2 global Ex Co members, member-at-large and regional staff to review the mandate of the Regional Committee (RC), discuss biennial plans, review the existing policies of the region, approve the budget of the region, evaluate the over-all health of the national movements and review the vision of the Federation. This meeting will also evaluate the work and performance of the Regional Secretary in the last biennium before a recommendation of extension is given to the global Executive Committee for approval. The performance of the Regional Women’s Coordinator will likewise be evaluated before a new contract is drawn during this meeting. If you have some concerns that you want to be discussed by the Committee, please feel free to send in your ideas and suggestions to the regional office.

Capacity Building Training of Trainers

June, Hong Kong

This Training will be attended by the SCM Coordinators and General Secretaries, or those that are actively engaged in SCM work at the national level. Following the recommendation of RCM 2012, this year’s meeting will include a five-day training program on various skills necessary in movement work and managing an organization. The objectives of the programs are as follows:

Objectives:

  • Know the status and life of the national movements, identify the common trend, challenges, weaknesses and concerns;
  • Strategize for “Movement Building and Strengthening in the next 2 years;
  • Identify the current issues and concerns of the Ecumenical Movement, Youth and Student situation in the national/regional/global context;
  • Coordinate programs and activities between national movements and the region;
  • Establish camaraderie and closer links between the leaders of the SCMs and the Federation;
  • Provide training to the leaders of the SCM on movement building, organizational development and management, advocacy, fund raising, etc.