ECSA working groups carry out strategic work around a particular theme related to citizen science. Membership of an ECSA working group is open to all ECSA members, and the groups decide themselves which activities to work on. Their achievements and future plans are presented at our annual general assembly
Each working group is led by a chair or chairs, who are elected for one year at the general assemblies. The chairs are responsible for the communication within the working group, as well as communication with ECSA headquarters, for example providing written updates for ECSA annual reports.
ECSA members are encouraged to propose new working groups that they see as relevant for the field. Working groups are officially established at the ECSA general assembly each year.
For more information about how to start a working group, please read our ‘Guidelines for working groups’.
ECSA will support the development of methodologies, build capacities and develop three interrelated key competencies:
ECSA Working Groups carry out the strategic work within ECSA. They are led by persons who are elected for a two year period by the General Assembly. The chairs of the Working Groups are responsible for the communication within the Working Groups as well as for the communication with Headquarters. The chairs of the Working Groups report to the annual General Assembly about their work and provide written reports.
Members are encouraged to propose Working Groups they deem relevant for the association at all times. Working Groups are officially established by the ECSA General Assembly, which takes place once a year. The ECSA Steering Committee can approve pilot activities of a Working Group until a General Assembly.
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