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Principles for the Appointment of Consumer Representatives - Final Paper

Date:

Wednesday, 15 June 2005

Content ID:

994

Abstract:

The purpose of this paper is to assist those involved in appointing consumer representatives to government and industry decision-making and advisory bodies. Consumer representatives have a vital role on these bodies and it is critical therefore that the best possible appointments are made.

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Principles for the Appointment of Consumer Representatives: A Process for Governments and Industry  577.27kb

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Foreword  3.23kb
About the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council  2.04kb
Executive Summary  3.81kb
Chapter 1: Background and Overview  2.40kb
Chapter 2: Consumer Representation: Purpose and Definitions  8.19kb
Chapter 3: Principles Underpinning an Effective Appointment Process  13.68kb
Chapter 4: Resourcing of Consumer Representatives  2.94kb
Chapter 5: Appointment Terms, Re Appointments  2.24kb
Appendix 1: Organisations Involved in Consultations  2.83kb

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Press Release - Principles for the Appointment of Consumer Representatives - 10/05/2002
Mr Colin Neave, Chairman of the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council (CCAAC), today released CCAAC's Principles for Appointment of Consumer Representatives: A Process for Governments and Industry as a draft for public consultation.

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