The board is assisted by the Advisory Council. This Council meets at least once a year. Two members of the Board annually discuss developments within the Society with the Council members. The Council advises on the desired direction for the Society and on new developments. The Council gives solicited and unsolicited advice to the Board. Council members are not paid.
Candidate Council Members are invited and assessed by the Council itself. The Council elects a chairman from among its members.
The Council now consists of:
The board strives to involve Ambassadors in policy and its implementation wherever possible.
This is done with Committees:
The Society is represented in many countries by Ambassadors who enthusiastically spread the knowledge of spatial psychology. Ambassadors are appointed by the [Board of the Society]. The board expresses its confidence that they will spread information about [Spatial Psychology 3.1] competently and actively. The [Ambassadors] are professionals and experts in the field of [Spatial Psychology 5]. They are completely autonomous and once appointed they are not judged by the Society in their work. The Society can however withdraw the Ambassadorship.
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