Governance

CAN is governed by an international Board of Directors elected from the membership at the annual General Assembly. The Board reflects the balance and composition of the network, including geographic and gender balance. Board Members are representatives of CAN as a whole and do not represent their individual regions or organisations.

Board of Directors

Genevieve Jiva, PICAN

Board Co-Chair

Jean Su, USCAN

Board Secretary & Legal Committee Lead

Christian Holz, CAN-Rac Canada

Human Resources Committee Lead & Board Focal Point for Anti-Bullying, Anti-Harassment

Wendel Trio, CAN Europe

Network Development Committee Lead

Mariana Paoli, Christian Aid

Board Focal Point for Anti-Bullying, Anti-Harassment

Isaac Kabongo, CAN Uganda

Member of the CAN-I Board

CAN Charter

The CAN Charter is the document that gives clarity on the way the CAN network is organised and works. CAN is a network of NGOs working on climate change from around the world. These members are autonomous and independent. Many of these members have their own forms of organisation and their own national or regional rules.

In joining the CAN network, members contributed to producing these constitutional rules and guidelines for the network. This document tends to facilitate and enable decision-making, rather than prescribe rules.

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