YEE Regional Contact Person (RCP) Elections 2021/2022


This year, we opened the first call for Regional Contact Persons (RCP) of YEE to strengthen our network and enhance the capacity of YEE to connect its members within and across various regions in Europe. The Regional Contact Persons will become the representatives of the regions, and the link between the Board and the Members of YEE. YEE MOs elect four Regional Contact Persons on the annual basis.

These are the candidates for the positions of the RCPs of YEE 2021/2022:

Candidates for RCP East:

  • Kamal Tasiu Abdullahi
  • Nelli Yeghiazaryan
  • Elene Samukashvili

Candidates for RCP West:

  • Adam Ardeeff
  • Charlotte Audibert

Candidates for RCP North:

  • Luca Arfini

Candidates for RCP South:

  • Aleksandra Sotirovic
  • Ludovico Avellino

Member Organisations of YEE are going to elect RCPs for their regions in an online anonymous election. The election will start on the 13th of July and will end on the 31st of July, 23:45 CEST.

Each member organisation has only one vote per organisation. Each organisation can vote for Regional Contact Person (RCP) for their region only.

MOs vote for RCP East if the organisation is located in one of these countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Czechia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Ukraine.
MOs vote for RCP West if the organisation is located in one of these countries: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland.
MOs vote for RCP North if the organisation is located in one of these countries: Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Latvia, Sweden, the UK.
MOs vote for RCP South if the organisation is located in one of these countries: Albania, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Portugal, Serbia, Spain.

Please, find all applications via this link. Make sure to read all applications for RCP of your region before you vote.The results will be announced on the 2nd of August and will be confirmed by the General Assembly at YEE’s Annual Meeting in September.

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