Members are organisations or institutions invited by the GFRAS steering committee to be a member. Members must commit to actively promoting GFRAS and its principles, monitoring and evaluating the forum in their region, participating in working groups, and/or commenting on GFRAS products and initiatives (see GFRAS Charter Article VI.12-14).
Regional RAS Members (includes the ‘sub-regional’ networks)
Regional RAS networks are the main members of GFRAS. A regional network is a group of people from a particular geographical region that have agreed to participate in GFRAS and to fulfil the expectations detailed below. See Table 1 below for more information.
This resource paper describes what it means to be a member of GFRAS, how to become a member, and provides information about existing regional networks. It focuses on the main GFRAS members, which are the regional networks.