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Second preparatory meeting for the VI Assembly

01/07/2014: Philippines

Following the program outlined last year in Rome, the Executive Committee of the Marist International Network of Institutions of Higher Education has had a meeting on the campus of Notre Dame of Marbel University, in Koronadal City, in the Philippines.

The week of work resulted in the conclusion of the Assembly program, logistical and infrastructure support and a notice of meeting for the participants of the Marist IHEs. A proposal was also made for presentation at the Assembly for the creation of a Permanent Secretariat which would be responsible for the dynamics and management of the Network. 

The executive level team which supported us in Koronadal for planning the meeting guarantees the development of the assembly under the best conditions. Functions and responsibilities were spelt out for covering transport, assuring accommodation and facilitating the registration of the participants; provisions were made for the opening and closing, the religious celebrations, the visit to the Mission of Santa Cruz and the outing to Lake Sebu. 

The executive Committee expresses its gratitude to the staff of the university, and especially to Br Willy Lubrico and the academic and Marist community, for the attention lavished upon us during these days: optimum conditions for our work, the collaboration of various areas of the university complex, and the meals we enjoyed “healthy, abundant and well-seasoned”.

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