Evatt Foundation Annual General Meeting
Time & Location
About the Event
In keeping with the amendment to our governing legislation, arising from the circumstances concerning COVID-19, we are conducting our AGM by way of an online Zoom videoconference this year. Please join us to review the year that has been in 2020, and plan for the year ahead. Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting and copies of financial statements will be available at the meeting.
- Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country – President, Rose Jackson MLC
- Confirmation of the Minutes of the previous AGM held October 2019
- President’s Report, Rose Jackson
- Returning Officer’s report and election of office bearers, George Simon
- Secretary’s Report, Nicole D’Souza
- Treasurer’s Report, Eliot Olivier
- Any other business
- Close of meeting
Membership If you would like to update your membership details or you are yet to renew your Evatt Foundation membership, you can renew online at evatt.org.au. Your membership has enabled the Foundation to continue to pursue the highest ideals of the labour movement: social justice, equality, human rights and full democratic participation in society.
Call for Nominations
In addition, nominations are called for the election of the following office bearers and other members of the Committee:
● Vice President (2)
● Assistant Secretary
● Committee Member (9)
Nominations must be made in writing and signed by two (2) members of the Association and the nominee. Forms must be scanned and emailed to the Secretary, Nicole D’Souza, at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00pm on Wednesday 4 November 2020.
If there is anything we can help you with or if you would like to become more involved, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Copies of proxy forms and nomination forms can be obtained by sending an email to email@example.com.
The Foundation has hosted countless public forums, promoted progressive research and produced numerous publications over its 40 years in an effort to stimulate public debate and promote progressive ideals.
This past year, a year like no other, as the world has faced the COVID-19 global pandemic, our usual program of events and forums has been radically altered. The Executive Committee has continued to meet, although in a virtual fashion and the Foundation has responded with the launch of a new website and the digital release of a special edition of the Evatt Journal, ‘After the lockdown: essays on a post-covid world’. In it, we consider the consequences of the pandemic for progressive politics and the policy responses to a post-COVID world. You can access the publication here.