IPSA Council Elected the 27th Executive Committee
Publication date: Wed, 19 Jul 2023
We are delighted to share the outcome of the election of the 27th Executive Committee (EC) held on 19 July 2023 at the IPSA World Congress of Political Science in Buenos Aires. We extend our warm congratulations to the 16 members who were elected by acclamation. We are also happy to announce that 56 percent of the IPSA Executive Committee elected members are women (9 out of 16).
At the first Executive Committee meeting, held following the election, IPSA President Pablo Oñate nominated the chairs of the following EC sub-committees:
Committee on Organizations, Procedures and Awards (COPA)
Serge Granger (Canada)
Committee on Research and Training (CRT)
Keiichi Kubo (Japan)
Congress Program Committee
Irasema Coronado (United States), WC2025 Program Co-Chair
Madalena Meyer Resende (Portugal) and Anja Jetschke (Germany)
Participation and Membership Committee
Florence Haegel (France)
Gender and Diversity Committee
Vanessa Elias de Oliveira (Brazil)
Academic Freedom and Ethics
Francesca Longo (Italy)
Regional Dialogues Committee
Emilia Palonen (Finland)
We wish to congratulate the newly nominated chairs.
In line with IPSA Rules and Procedures, Past President Dianne Pinderhughes will be chairing the Budget and Bid Committees. We are also pleased to announce the nomination of Hasret Dikici Bilgin as Summer School Coordinator.
Finally, the 27th Executive Committee is also composed of non-elected officials who sit as ex-officio members:
International Political Science Abstracts
Editors Paul Godt (France) and Stephen Sawyer (USA)
International Political Science Review (IPSR)
Editors Daniel Stockemer (Canada) and Annika Hinze (USA)
IPSA MOOCs and IPSA Portal
Editor Mauro Calise (Italy)
WC2025 Program Co-Chair
Azul A. Aguiar Aguilar (Mexico).
The following 16 Executive Committee elected members will be governing IPSA for the next two years. We are confident that their expertise, vision and dedication to the advancement of political science will foster a new era of progress and innovation within the Association.
In alphabetical order: