Minutes from the Council Meeting: Sunday 13 July, (I) at 14.00, Thursday 17 July, (II) at 16.00, and Friday 18 July, (III) at 13.30

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Minutes from the Council Meeting: Sunday 13 July, (I) at 14.00, Thursday 17 July, (II) at 16.00, and Friday 18 July, (III) at 13.30


Present:

Kathy Adamson (II, III; Observer); Thomas Aigner (II, III; National representative of Austria during session II and III); Tsuneko Arakawa (I, II, III; National representative of Japan); Alenka Bagaric (II; Observer); Jon Bagues (I, II, III; National representative of Spain); Evan Baker (I; Observer); Antonio Baldassare (II; RIdIM); Dorothea Baumann (II; Observer); Peter Baxter (I, II, III; National representative of UK & Ireland); Zdravko BlazekoviC (I; RILM); Nienke de Boer (I, III; Chair of the Broadcasting and Orchestra Libraries Branch); Bonna Boettcher (I, III; Observer); Maureen Buja (I, II, III; Editor of Fontes Artis Musicae; National representative of Hong Kong); Kerstin Carpvik (I, II, III; National representative of Sweden during session I and III); Zvile Casaite (I, II, III; National representative of Lithuania); Jim Cassaro (I, II, III; Chair of the Research Libraries Branch); Anders Cato (I, II; Observer); Richard Chesser (I, II, III; Chair of the Constitution Committee); Inger Christiansen (I, II, III; Observer); Michael Colby (I, II, III; National representative of the USA); Marie Cornaz (III; Observer); Elizabeth Davis (I, II, III; Observer); David Day (I; Observer); Kris De Baerdemacker (II, III; Observer); Giovanni Dequal (II, III; Observer); Evelyne Diendorf (II, III; National representative of Switzerland); Jurgen Diet (I, II, III; National representative of Germany); Laurel Dingle (III; National representative of Australia); Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie (I, II, III; President; Editor-in-Chief of RILM); Carolyn Dow (I, II, III; Chair of the Public Libraries Branch); Jantien Dubbeldam (I, II; National representative of the Netherlands); Johan Eeckeloo (I, II, III; Vice President; Chair of the Libraries in Music Teaching Institutions Branch); Stefan Engl (I, II, III; Observer); Inger Enquist (I, II, III; Observer); Helen Faulkner (I; Chair of the Copyright Committee); Sandrine Ferrer (II; Observer); Roger Flury (I, II, III; Past President; National representative of New Zealand); Susanne Frintrop (I, II, III; Observer); Isabelle Gauchet Doris (II; Observer); Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi (I, II, III; Observer); Brigitte Geyer (II; Observer); Paola Gibbin (II; Observer); Elisabeth Giuliani (II; National representative of France); Julianna Gocza (I, II, III; National representative of Hungary); Maria Luz Gonzalez Pena (II, III; Observer); Maria Jose Gonzalez Ribot (II, III; Observer); Antony Gordon (I, II, III; Vice President); Jane Gottlieb (I, II; Observer); Friederike Grigat (II; Observer); Andre Guerra Cotta (II; Observer); Kathleen Haefliger (I, II; Observer); Joseph Hafner (I, II, III; Vice President; Chair of the Cataloguing Commission; Chair of the Publications Committee); Heidi Heinmaa (II, III; Observer); Margareta Holdar Davidsson (I, II; Observer); Berit Holth (I, II, III; Observer); Caitriona Honohan (II; Observer); Stanislaw Hrabia (I, II, III; Vice President; Chair of the Programme Committee; National representative of Poland); Chun-Zen Huang (II; Observer); Marguerite Iskenderian (II, III; Observer); Thomas Kalk (I, II, III; Treasurer); Claire Kidwell (I, II, III; Observer); Bob Kosovsky (II; Observer); Hanneke Kuiper (II; Observer); Katie Lai (II, III; Observer); Jutta Lambrecht (II, III; Observer); Thomas Leibnitz (II, III; Observer); Anne Le Lay (II, III; Observer); Frederic Lemmers (II, III; Observer); Peter Linnit (II; Observer); Sean Luyk (II; National representative of Canada); Sandi-Jo Malmon (II; Observer); Mariko Matsue (I, III; Observer); Marina Mihaileca (II; Observer); Balazs Mikusi (II, III; Observer); Claudia Monien (II; Observer); Jana Navratilova (II, III; Observer); Lena Nettelbladt (I, II, III; Observer); Margareta Odenman (I, II; Observer); Ann-Christine Olsson (I, II; Observer); Geraldine Ostrove (I, II; Observer); Ruta Palmbaha (II; Observer); Charles Peters (II; Observer); Suzana Petraskova (II, III; Observer); Virginija Pleskiene (I; Observer); Debra Pring (II; Observer); Svea Parsimagi (II, III; Observer); Viida Raag (II, III; Observer); Ilvi Rauna (II, III; Observer); Patrizia Rebulla (I; Observer); Rupert Ridgewell (I, II, III; Chair of the Bibliography Commission); Katre Riisalu (II, III; Observer); Federica Riva (I, II; National representative of Italy); John Roberts (I, II, III; Observer); Frida Rnsand (I, II, III; National representative of Norway); Chris Scobie (II; Observer); Darwin Scott (I; Observer); Evabritt Selen (I, II; Observer); Alla Semenyuk (II; Observer); Mar tie Severt (I, II, III; Past Past President; Chair of the Outreach Committee); Zoja Seycova (II, III; National representative of the Czech Republic); Maria Sheherbakova (I; Observer); Pia Shekhter (I, II, III; Secretary General); David Sommerfield (II; Observer); Marie-Gabrielle Soret (I, II, III; Chair of Archives and Music Documentation Centres Branch); Birgitta Sparre (II; National representative of Sweden during session II); Annika Stemshorn (III; Observer); Juliane Streu (II; Observer); Musse Magnussen Svare (II; Observer); Geoff Thomason (I, II, III; Chair of the Commission on Service and Training); Pam Thompson (II, III; Chair of the Advocacy Committee); Yasuko Todo (II; Observer); Tiina Tolonen (I, II, III; National representative of Finland); Judy Tsou (I; III; Observer); Jaakko Tuohiniemi (II; Observer); Carolin Unger (I; Observer); Kaie Vigipuu-Kreintaal (II, III; National representative of Estonia); Olivia Wahnon de Oliveira (II, III; Observer); Marta Walkusz (III; Observer); Jennifer Ward (I, II, III; Web Editor); Mary Wedgewood (I, II, III; Observer); Wibke Weigand (II, III; Observer); Barbara Wiermann (I, II, III; Observer); Sebastian Wilke (I, II; Observer); Wu Pei-Jung (II; Observer)

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