Civil Liberties Australia is holding its electronic annual general meeting (eAGM) process between 8 February and 29 March 2015. 1 Feb 2015
Civil Liberties Australia Inc’s electronic Annual General Meeting for 2014 has concluded, with a 56% ‘turnout’ overall. We also received very many favorable comments on CLA’s work during the year…and a few suggesting change and improvement.
The CLA electronic Annual General Meeting is currently in progress. Financial members will have received either a voting token via email or a postal ballot paper. Voting closes 5pm (AEST) 23 March 2014 and all members are encouraged to vote.
In preparation for the 2014 electronic Annual General Meeting (eAGM) voting the following motions are proposed by the Board for the consideration of members: Do you approve the President’s Report 2013, as tabled? Do you approve the Treasurer’s Report 2013, as tabled? Do you approve the Civil Liberties Australia Annual …
A formal call for Notice of Motion(s) has been made for this year’s eAGM and any proposal will need to be lodged before 5pm 22 February 2014. Notices of motion proposed for General Meetings (including an electronic Annual General Meeting) are usually of major significance: that is, they involve a …
Civil Liberties Australia Inc’s electronic Annual General Meeting for 2013 has concluded, with a 58% ‘turnout’ overall. This is slight increase on the 2012 vote. Members have re-elected the same Board of Directors, a sign of confidence by the membershi…
In preparation for the 2012 electronic Annual General Meeting (eAGM) voting the following reports are provided for the information of members:
Report of the 2012 eAGM;
The 2012 President’s Report; and
The 2012 Annual Report and;
The Treasurer’s R…
Civil Liberty Australia’s electronic Annual General Meeting for 2012 concluded with a 54% ‘turnout’ and a unanimous vote of approval for the annual reports, as well as many compliments for the work of the Board and the organisation.
Motion for 2013 AGM, moved by the Board (President and Treasurer)
That the annual fees of Civil Liberties Australia Inc. from 2014 are to be:
2003 – 2013
Nominations are called for the forthcoming Board vacancies at the 2013 eAGM. Full details are available here. Nominations are to be made by 9 March 2013.