What Is Representative Bodies?

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This is a person, thing or organization that represents another or others. This body can act on behalf of another organisation.
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A representative body is an organizational body that has a common goal that all the members believe in. The body might compromise of academics of a given academic field, trade unionists among others. The organization stands for and fights for the ideas of the members.
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