(released Mar 15, 2016)
The specific objective of this report is to: “To assist the CEC Steering Committee to develop a vision and action plan on how align its operations with the IUCN One Programme 2017 -2020, especially considering the findings of External Review on IUCN knowledge chains, in dialogue with the IUCN Secretariat and CEC membership.” Click here to download the full report.
The IUCN Council is the principal governing body of IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature, in between sessions of the World Conservation Congress - the general assembly of the Union's members. The role of the IUCN Council is to set strategic direction and policy guidance for the work of the Union, provide oversight and guidance on the performance of the components of the Union as a whole.
The IUCN Council meets twice a year and Commission Chairs report on the work of the commission once a year. During the last Council meeting held in May 18-21, the CEC Chair Juliane Zeidler reported on the work progress of CEC since her election at the World Conservation Congress held in Jeju, October 2012 to date.
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