General Assembly

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The General Assembly is the highest single decision-making body of Science Europe. It consists of representatives of each of the Member Organisations at their top decision-making level (i.e. President, Chief Executive, Director General) and may have high-level observers from external bodies. The first General Assembly took place on 21 October 2011 in Berlin.

Member Organisations are Research Funding and Performing Organisations. Members are agreed by the General Assembly based on recommendations to the Governing Board by a Membership Committee.

The General Assembly is currently chaired by Science Europe’s President Professor Michael Matlosz.

News

(11/07/17) Let's talk about the value of research, not just its impact... read more

(03/07/17) Key principles to shape the future Framework Programme... read more

(15/06/17) Join Science Europe on 21 June to Discuss Why Europe Needs Text and Data Mining...

(17/05/17) Science Europe expresses its full support for the statement released by the European Research Council (ERC) Scientific Council... read more

(26/04/17) Science Europe recommends the ‘Open APC Initiative’ to create more transparency... read more

(04/04/17) Science Europe condemns legislative measures against academic freedom in Hungary... read more

Documents

Discover the new practical guide to improving gender equality in research organisations... read more