The PSAC was formed in 2021 to replace its predecessor, the Private Sector Advisory Panel (PSAP). Consisting of executives from national, regional and international organisations, as well as some non-governmental organisations (NGOs), the PSAC is the first-ever committee that represents all sectors of the cotton textile supply chain, with members grouped into one of four Permanent Committees:
Membership of the PSAC is free and its mandate is to foster communication between the private sector and ICAC member governments in order to raise global industry concerns and promote global and regional initiatives that benefit the cotton industry. Cotton and texile professionals who work at a national, regional or international organisation or an NGO who want to learn more about the PSAC and its activities can contact Commodity Trade Analyst Parkhi Vats.
To see the full list of all PSAC members, click here.
To see a PowerPoint overview of the PSAC and how it works, click here.
To see the Articles of the PSAC, click here.