AEPF International Organising Committee

The AEPF International Organising Committee (AEPF IOC) is the reference body for the AEPF.

Membership Criteria

The IOC has up to sixteen members – six from Asia based organizations and six from Europe based organizations and up to two regional networks per region.

The size and composition of the IOC is reviewed every two years.

In principle there is an aim to have a balance of members from Asia and Europe.

Membership is for organizations and networks supporting the Charter. It is not for individuals. There is no more than one national organization per country on the IOC. Regional organizations like Forum Asia and Focus on the Global South can be IOC members as regional networks.

In each region there should be no more than two regional networks who are members of the IOC. This means that the maximum number of members of the IOC is at present 16.

The IOC was initially constituted by organisations and networks that were committed to develop and strengthen the People’s Forum process since it began in 1996. They formalised this commitment and have subsequently enlarged the IOC.

Current members are

Asia

  1. Institute for Popular Democracy (The Philippines)
  2. Focus on the Global South (Asia Regional)
  3. FORUM Asia (Asia Regional)
  4. Monitoring Sustainability of Globalisatio (MSN, Malaysia)
  5. Vietnam Peace and Development Foundation (VPDF, Vietnam)
  6. Indonesia for Global Justice (IGJ, Indonesia)
  7. Indian AEPF Committee

Europe

  1. Transnational Institute (The Netherlands)
  2. Stiftung Asienhaus (Germany)
  3. FreshEyes - People to People (United Kingdom)
  4. French AEPF Committee (France)
  5. Finnish AEPF Committee (Finland)
  6. Ecologistas en Accion (Spain)

The membership and composition of the IOC is decided by the IOC

The Composition of the IOC, including the organisational memberships and names of representatives on the IOC should be reviewed at an IOC meeting which should be held immediately after the bi-annual People’s Forum. This IOC meeting should also consider new applications for membership.

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