Steering Group Subgroups and Taskgroups

The Global Alliance Steering Group’s Terms of Reference states that:

‘The Steering Group will agree on the formation of any necessary Subgroups or time-limited Taskgroups. The Steering Group will appoint leads for Subgroups and Taskgroups from among its own membership. Subgroups or Taskgroups will comprise members of the Steering Group only. The leads will report back to the Steering Group on a regular basis.’

The role and membership of Subgroups and Taskgroups as at January 2021 is as follows:

Engagement Subgroup

  • Monitor and coordinate GAROP’s engagement in key events throughout the year between the OEWG sessions
  • Oversee and support the development of advocacy tools, materials, messaging
  • Guide the design and implementation of a process for developing joint positions
David Obot (Uganda Reach the Aged Association)
Frances Zainoeddin (NGO Committee on Ageing – New York)
Isabel Lovrincevich (ILC-Argentina)
Ken Bluestone (Age International)
Marcus Riley (Global Ageing Network)
Margaret Young (Pass It On Network)
Siayi Nicodemus Soko (CSYM Huduma)
Vijay Naraidoo (DIS-MOI)


Funding Subgroup

  • Develop a process for inviting and managing voluntary member contributions/fees
  • Oversee and support the development of proposals and management of key donor relationships
  • Build a plan for sustainable income flows for GAROP in the longer term
Marcus Riley (Global Ageing Network)
Margaret Young (Pass It On Network)
Siayi Nicodemus Soko (CSYM Huduma)

 

OEWG11 Taskgroup

  • To lead the planning and coordination of activities around OEWG11
  • To ensure a tactical approach to drive planning with tone, agenda, and message well articulated
Marcus Riley (Lead) (Global Ageing Network)
Ann Lindsay (NGO Committee on Ageing – Geneva)
Bridget Sleap (HelpAge International)
Frances Zainoeddin (NGO Committee on Ageing – New York)
Isabel Lovrincevich (ILC-Argentina)