Re: [justpeaceinasia] CJPA WORKING COMMITTEE
- Dear Max,Hi!Thanks for the email. I appreciate your decision to form the CJPA working committee. To be honest, things were not moving as it should have been. It was a lackluster performance of the CJPA, I would say, since the last meeting in Kathmandu.I would not claim the membership at the CJPA working committee, if some other person from our country, who is willing to work for the good of the CJPA, offers for this position. I give him/her the opportunity to work for the best interest of the CJPA.But, I would always remain as a part of the CJPA and work for its best interest, no matter in what capacity. Congratulations in advance for new committee members!All the best, guys!Amrit Manandhar
--- On Fri, 5/15/09, Max Ediger <ediger.max@...> wrote:
From: Max Ediger <ediger.max@...>
Subject: [justpeaceinasia] CJPA WORKING COMMITTEE
To: "cjpa" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, May 15, 2009, 12:49 AMFriends:At our last CJPA workshop in Nepal some decisions were made about the on-going activities of CJPA. I am sorry I haven't taken any action on this yet. However, now it is time to do so.One very important recommendation of the workshop was that a permanent CJPA committee should be established. The committee would have 5 members. Each member would serve for five years but initially a system would be set up where one committee member would be changed each year. Those would mean that each year one committee member would leave and a new committee member join. This would give the committee both stability and constant change. Also, the committee members should all come from different countries so we have as broad participation as possible.The responsibilities of the committee would be to coordinate CJPA activities, do planning, disseminate information and elegate tasks. They would also help with fund raising.Several people have indicated interest in being a member of this committee. Now I would like your help in identifying the remainder.1. Jahan Ara from India is willing to be one of the members.2. Several people from Nepal also expressed interest. I urge all friends in Nepal to discuss together and select one person to represent Nepal on the committee.3. We need three more members. I hope we will get volunteers from other countries. Please discuss with your national colleagues and suggest one name for a committee member.Once the committee is established, I will discuss with them how we might work together to help move the work of CJPA forward.max
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