PPCR Observers

Recognizing the importance of effective dialogue and linkages with its partners, the PPRC Sub-Committee invites a number of active observers to attend its meetings.
  
Who the PPCR Observers are:
 
 
Active Observers:
The four representatives from Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) were identified through a self-selection process designed and managed by RESOLVE
 
The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) has assisted in selecting the two indigenous peoples observers on an interim basis pending agreement among indigenous peoples groups on a self-selection process. 
 
The self-selection process for the private sector was designed and facilitated by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
 
Documents:
 
 
Review of practices on NGO/CSO Participation and proposal for the CIF Committees 
(Prepared by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature)
 
 

Observers
List of Members

 

Role of Observers:
 
1. Request the floor during discussions of the Trust Fund Committees and Sub-Committees to make verbal interventions. Selected observers from each of the constituency groups are requested to work together to coordinate their interventions to maximize efficiency of the proceedings. 
 
2. Request the Co-Chairs to add agenda items to the provisional agenda.
 
3. Recommend external experts to the Trust Fund Committee or the Co-Chairs to speak on a specific agenda item.
 
 
Responsibilities of Observers:
 
1. Consult with other stakeholders of their constituency.
 
2. Represent the interest of their constituency in meetings, not just their own organization.
 
3. Comply with agreed consultation guidelines/standards developed by a representative group of their constituency.