The process of election of the ICMI Executive Committee (EC), which will serve during 2021-2024, is undertaken by ICMI in collaboration with the ICMI member countries through their representatives and their IMU Adhering Organizations.
The process includes four main steps, as follows.
The definition, composition and functioning of these steps is described in detail here. Please read the description carefully before proceeding.
The ICMI EC Nomination Committee is in charge of the composition of the slate, which is presented towards the election of the ICMI EC 2021-2024. Two (out of its seven) members are selected from a pool of nominees submitted by the ICMI member countries in good standing through the country representatives or Adhering Organizations.
Deadline for submitting one nomination per country: December 1, 2018.
The composition of the Nominating Committee will be completed by December 31, 2018.
ICMI hereby invites the ICMI representatives to propose, in consultation with the IMU Adhering Organization of their country, one candidate for the ICMI EC 2021-2024 Nomination Committee. When submitting a candidate, please bear in mind:
For any questions of clarification, please write to the ICMI Secretary General (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The slate will be formed by the ICMI Nominating Committee for the election of the Executive Committee of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI EC) for serving during 2021-2024. This slate shall consist of a unique candidate for each of the four ICMI officers (President, Secretary-General, and two Vice-Presidents), plus at least seven nominees for the remaining five members ("Members-at-Large") of the ICMI EC to be elected. When forming this slate, the ICMI Nominating Committee takes into consideration both the nominations received (in accordance with item 3 below) and the nominations of any duly qualified person for each position proposed within the committee itself.
By 15 November 2018, the ICMI Secretary-General will send to the Adhering Organizations and country member representatives a call for nominations for each of the ICMI EC positions: President, Secretary-General, Vice-Presidents, and Members-at-Large. Each nomination must be accompanied by the candidate’s CV, and by a statement in which the candidate declares her/his declaration of willingness to serve and his vision and plans for his term in office if elected.
The nominations for President and Secretary General must be received by April 1, 2019, and the nominations for the other positions must be received by June 1, 2019.
Only member countries in good standing are eligible to submit nominations.
All nominations (alongside the candidate’s CV and statements) should be sent to the Chair of the Nominating Committee, whose name will be announced by March 1, 2019.
By May 2020 (two months prior to the ICMI GA), the Secretary-General will send to the IMU Adhering Organizations and ICMI member representatives the ICMI Nominating Committee slate. This will be accompanied by a CV for each of the candidates and by a list of all nominations submitted to the ICMI Nominating Committee (and meeting the conditions mentioned above). If, subsequent to presentation of the slate, and before the General Assembly election, a candidate becomes suddenly unavailable, the core members of the ICMI Nominating Committee shall have the responsibility to propose a replacement candidate, with appropriate documentation, in time for the General Assembly election.
The election of the EC will take place at the General Assembly (GA) to take place on July 11th, 2020, in Shanghai, China – one day prior to the opening of ICME14. The ICMI country representatives participating present at the GA are the only persons with a right to cast a vote during the ICMI GA.