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CCP, ECF Advisory Board Applications

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The current Advisory Board/Committee for the Confronting Colonial Pasts, Envisioning Creative Futures (and by extension, all the sub-projects such as the Museum of Namibian Fashion etc.) was developed organically during the first phase of the project through the engagement with different stakeholders for different components of the project.

Therefore, while planning for the second phase of the project and beyond, during a meeting held by the current Confronting Colonial Pasts, Envisioning Creative Futures Project Advisory Board on 05 October 2022, it was resolved that to formalize the Advisory Board, the Terms of Reference (ToR) would be developed. It was further resolved that once the ToR have been finalized by the current board/committee, MAN would send out a call for applications that would provide interested stakeholders to submit their interest to serve on the board, starting 01 July 2023.

You can read more about the project by clicking this link.

With that said, we hereby have the pleasure of inviting any interested individuals to submit their applications to serve on the Advisory Board. We are attaching to this email, the ToR for the Advisory Board. Interested individuals (including those who are currently serving on the board) are encouraged to submit their application by clicking this link by Friday 24 February at midnight (CAT).

Please feel free to share this call with individuals who may be interested in advising on the project.

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