Describe FAD - Field Associative Debate here.
Field Associative Debates are organised on a yearly basis in all countries where MSF has operations. They bring together MSF field staff and board members to share experiences and discuss topics that are relevant at the local level but also of interest for the movement as a whole.
The outputs from these debates, especially the recommendations and motions that are adopted, are taken on by the associative and executive at General Assemblies and the International General Assembly. This facilitates the flow of opinions, ideas and expertise within the association and keeps it close to the field.
General Assemblies take place directly after the field debates, and the International General Assembly is held after these.