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Associate

C&S Associates make vital contributions to different aspects of the C&S programme. Their involvement with C&S is subject to Partners' approval. They:

  • collate/contribute batches of case studies
  • contribute specialist inputs to main C&S meetings and to policy development
  • may join in specific Working Groups (link to working groups)
  • may get involved in the delivery of training seminars
  • help to build the C&S network, introducing different interests and expertise

C&S Associates' involvement is primarily on a supportive, donated basis; they are reimbursed for associated costs, and may if necessary be paid for specific contributions to meetings/Working Group projects. In addition, they

  • are publicly credited as C&S Associates and are encouraged to play an active part in the C&S network
  • are kept informed about C&S work through email newsletters and publicity
  • are sent information about events

To discuss becoming an Associate of C&S, please contact the C&S Partner in your country or engage. Applications for Associateship are considered by all Partners three times a year.

Supporter

C&S Supporters play an important part in helping to share and disseminate information. They:

  • provide case studies
  • contribute to policy development
  • help publicise the website, reports, events.
  • are kept informed about C&S work through email newsletters and publicity
  • are sent information about events
  • Supporters who contribute case studies that are selected for further dissemination are eligible for funding to attend or speak at events exploring these case studies.

Supporters can enter their case studies, subject to editorial control, and benefit by setting up links where appropriate.

C&S Supporters can be individual museums, galleries, adult education bodies; they can also be interested government agencies, academic bodies, or media colleagues.