The PRI invites signatories to join its PRI in Person Signatory Advisory Committee

The PRI’s annual flagship conference, PRI in Person, will be taking place in Tokyo this October. We are committed to ensuring the conference agenda is as useful and relevant to our signatories as possible. As such, we are recruiting a signatory advisory committee to review the draft agenda and advise on programme development. 

The application window for the PRI in Person Signatory Advisory Committee has now closed. We will be in touch with all applicants to let them know if they have been successful.

For more information please see the committee terms of reference (see download below), the FAQs below, or contact the PRI’s director of events, Claire Dickinson


What is the role of the committee?  
In this pilot year, the role of the committee will be to review the work that the PRI Executive has already done on developing the draft agenda, and to monitor the development of the agenda to ensure it stays true to its original aims. Its role is advisory and it has no decision-making responsibilities. 

What are the membership criteria? 
Although members join the committee as individuals, they must be employed by a PRI signatory. Individual members must have attended PRI in Person in the past, ideally in the last five years, and be prepared to comment on the wide range of subject matter that the conference covers. When recruiting the committee, we will aim for balanced representation of different categories and sizes of signatories from different regions to ensure a broad spread of perspectives. 

What is the time commitment? 
If your application to the committee is successful, you will be invited to review the PRI in Person draft agenda, either by attending a committee meeting on 24 May, or through a bilateral conversation with a PRI representative. You will also be expected to attend at least one of two check-in meetings between June and September, and a review meeting after the in October.