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IFEH Regional Groups
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The Federation Council made an early decision that Member organisations should also be part of a Regional Group and, now, a Regional organisation is in being through which Member bodies may consult together and consider common problems.
The Regional Groups are required to comply with the Federations policies and report their deliberations to the Council.
They may report difficulties and problems to the Council for resolution,and may also study issues referred from the Council.
It was at first intended that the Regional Groups would encompass only full Members, but groups have recognised the interest of Associate and Academic Associate Members, and, as they also have expert knowledge and research facilities, it is now the practice to consider them as being integral parts of the Regional Groups.
Although the system has been devised to take account of geographical location, groups have expressed the need to undertake some activities in common with another group. The composition of a Group is not necessarily static and may be changed as circumstances alter.
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