This is the formal declaration of the results of the 2021 Annual General Meeting of Civil Liberties Australia held electronically and by post, with voting occurring in March 2021. The attached item gives details of the voting to approve (or not approve) formal documents relating to the 2020 calendar year, and of Board Members elected for the period to early 2023.
All financial members are entitled to stand for the Board of Directors (for a guide to duties/time/effort required of Board Members, see below). Elections are conducted every two years in accordance with the constitution and details on how to nominate are available in this article.
In accordance with CLA’s Constitution, the 2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM, including the electronic annual general meeting, or eAGM) of Civil Liberties Australia Inc will be held during February and March 2021.
The annual general meeting of members of Civil Liberties Australia Inc (CLA). was conducted over February-March 2020. It comprised a vote to make minor changes to the CLA Constitution to align wholly with a Model Constitution of the ACT, and votes to approve the 2019 Annual Report, Treasurer’s Financial Statement and President’s Report. Some 43% of members voted: all who voted approved all items up for voting. The detailed figures and a wide range of the comments made by members with their votes are in the DECLARATION OF POLL document.
Following the formal calling of proposals for Notice of Motions for the eAGM 2020 there is one proposal for consideration at the eAGM. The CLA Board has proposed a motion for consideration of financial members of CLA at the eAGM 2020.
The eAGM will consider any major notices of motion and, as required by regulation and voting on the annual reports of CLA.
Members are advised that nominations have been called for the vacancies on the Board of Directors relating to this year’s eAGM. Elections for the Board are conducted every two years. A guide to duties/time/effort required of Board Members is available to assist in any consideration to stand.