General Assembly 2018 – The Agenda
Our General Assembly of 2018 will take place on Sunday, April 22, 2018 (morning and afternoon), and on Monday morning, April 23, in Bari, Italy, Hotel Palace: Sunday, April 22, 9:30 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00, and Monday, April 23: Continuation of the assembly, 9:30 – 13:00 h.
1. Opening, Presentation of the delegates.
2. Activities of the Federation.
The General Secretary presents the report of activities and the financial report. The members of the board (president, vice-presidents) report about their activities. The departments inform about their specific work.
3. Elections of a New Board
The president and two vice-presidents need to be elected.
4. Election of a Deputy General Secretary
A candidate will be proposed by the General Secretary and the Board.
5. Changes of the Statutes and Rules
A few minor changes (fine-tuning) turned out to be necessary, mostly in regard of earlier made decisions. This concerns the statutes, the jury regulations and the membership fees.
6. Projects 2018/2019: Juries, Events
7. Any Other Business
The detailed material for the topics of the agenda is being prepared and will be sent to the delegates and their national sections around one week before the assembly.
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