Meeting terms and definitions
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Terms and definitions
|An agenda is a list of meeting activities (agenda item) in the order in which they are to be taken up.
|In this application, the term committee is used to refer to TC and SC
|A committee meeting is a meeting for a TC or SC with its child structures
|A person representing a Member in a TC/SC meeting.
|All delegates participating in a meeting for a TC/SC for a particular member
|A person representing his/her expertise in a WG meeting.
|Person accompanying a participant. The accompanying person can participate to social events but cannot participate to the meeting
|Head of delegation (HoD)
|The delegate that leads the delegation and that is holding the national position in a TC/SC meeting.
|Liaison Representative (LR)
|A person representing an International Organization (IO) or another committee in a TC/SC meeting.
|A meeting is a gathering of experts/delegates of one structure at a specific date/time. The gathering may be physical or virtual. Example: Meeting of ISO/TC 3
|A social event is an activity associated to a meeting and usually organized by the NSB hosting the meeting. For example dinner and/or an organised visit
|A session is a "sub-meeting" or a duration within the overall meeting period dedicated to a particular topic. For instance, it may be a time dedicated to discuss one of the agenda items. Sessions may also be organized to include the various timezones across which members are spread.