AMIE Board

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President: Rocío García (Deusto)
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Vice president: Antonio Aguilera (Universidad de Sevilla)
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Secretary: Elena Duque (Universitat de Girona)
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Treasurer: Sílvia Molina (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)
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Vowel: Alejandro Martínez (Centro Universitario La Salle)
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Vowel: Beatriz Muñoz (Universidad de Extremadura)
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Vowel: Itxaso Tellado (Universitat de Vic)
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Vowel: Carme Garcia (Universitat Rovira i Virgili)

AMIE Virtual Assembly

Permanent assembly of AMIE partners and partners where the work proposals, lines and actions to be carried out are discussed and agreed upon.

AMIE commissions

AMIE works horizontally and democratically through open commissions where any person who is a member of AMIE can participate. To participate in them you just have to send an email to the contact person of each commission. In addition, you can send your proposals without having to be part of any of the commissions.

Currently, the following commissions are in operation:

Coordination

Objective: follow the activities and processes that are generated in the association and facilitate coordination between the different committees.

coordinacion.amie@gmail.com

Contact person: Carme García

Communication

Objective: disseminate the actions that are being carried out by AMIE, publicize the association, develop dissemination materials, open channels that allow the participation and interaction of the members of the association, develop and carry out a communication plan for the CIMIE Congress.

amie.comunicacion@gmail.com

Contact person: Cristina Pulido

Infrastructure

Objective: to organize the spaces and facilities where the CIMIE Congress will be held, meetings and events linked to the association.

amie.contacto@gmail.com

It is defined by each location where CIMIE is developed

Areas and topics

Objective: to collect and select the areas and topics that will be included in CIMIE, to organize the selection process of communications, to energize the promoters of each area, to organize the content and the participants of the different spaces of CIMIE.

amie.contacto@gmail.com

It is defined by each location where CIMIE is developed

Program

Objectives: work on the contents of the CIMIE Congress program and prepare a proposal.

amie.contacto@gmail.com

It is defined by each location where CIMIE is developed

Real Democracy

Objective: to ensure that the functioning and decision making of AMIE is at all times democratic, transparent and plural. Search new forms of organization and participation that allow to deepen these principles.

amie.contacto@gmail.com

It is defined by each location where CIMIE is developed

Economy

Objective: manage the economy of the association and ensure transparency through the publication of monthly balances on the AMIE website.

amie.economia@gmail.com

Contact person: Sandra Martín

Criteria of operation of AMIE

Decision making: AMIE decisions are the result of dialogue between the members of the committees. Each commission will circulate the proposals among its members and once submitted they can be debated and modified within 24 hours. Once this time has passed, the proposal will be approved. However, any decision will be reconsidered at the moment in which an AMIE member considers it appropriate.

Transparency: commissions are open (any member of AMIE can participate) and public (commissions are published on the web). In addition, from this page you can access the names of the people who are part of each commission.

Horizontality: all committees have the same capacity for decision and action. Decisions made in each commission that affect the work of the other committees will be communicated to the corresponding commissioner. There is a coordination commission that can facilitate work in this regard.

Pluralism: like the Association, the commissions must be plural and heterogeneous, formed by people of different cultures, ideologies, beliefs or backgrounds.

Dynamism: the fact that decisions are the result of debate and the search for consensus does not mean slowing down or bureaucratizing processes. The fact that we operate horizontally and democratically does not diminish our effectiveness, if not the other way around.

Dissemination: the information must be accessible to as many people as possible. Sharing, tweeting, sending or posting information on AMIE is essential for our project to grow.

Positive and inclusive language: dialogue will allow us to relate and work with enthusiasm and effectiveness, so we must use a positive language that includes all of us.