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Associate members: definition, role and restrictions

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Last updated on 3 January 2018
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What are associate members? Associate members are not governors, but can be appointed to serve on committees and attend meetings. We look at reasons to appoint them, eligibility, and the restrictions around voting and sitting on staffing committees.

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  1. 1 Status of associate members
  2. 2 Reasons to appoint associate members
  3. 3 Eligibility 
  4. 4 Voting rights
  5. 5 Restrictions  
  6. 6 Sharing information 

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