Advisory Councils

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Politics Of The Netherlands - Political Institutions - Advisory Councils
... consensus decision making, the government often makes use of advisory councils composed out of academic specialists or stake holders ... The most prominent advisory council is the Social-Economic Council (Sociaal Economische Raad, SER) ... The following organizations are represented in the Social-Economic Council the leftwing trade union FNV, the Christian trade union CNV and the trade union for managerial ...
Government Of Nevada - Local Government
... can form limited local governments in the form of a Town Advisory Board (TAB)/ Citizens Advisory Council (CAC), or a Town Board ... Town Advisory Boards and Citizens Advisory Councils are formed purely by act of the county commission ... Consisting of three to five members, these elected boards form a purely advisory role, and in no way diminish the responsibilities of the county commission that creates them ...
Art21 - Advisory Councils
... Art21 has 4 advisory councils that specialize in different aspects, but who all work to further the aspirations of the organization ... The Curatorial Council A nationally based group that helps to set the basis for each of the "Art21 - Art in the 21st Century" seasons ... Education Advisory Council A group of nationally recognized educators in K-12, higher education and museum education that contribute insight in strategic planning to support Art21's core ...

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