Past events

2020 Annual General Meeting

26 Nov
2020

Online
2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Event Details

Our members are invited to join us for the GCNA’s 2020 Annual General Meeting (Notice of Meeting).

We are also pleased to share the GCNA’s 2019/2020 Annual Report and Directors’ Report and Financial Statements.

This year’s AGM will include an overview of the GCNA’s activities for the 2019/2020 financial year, followed by the election and re-election of directors. There are no special resolutions at this AGM. Following the formalities, the Board and Executive Director will invite members to provide their insights and feedback on the GCNA’s proposed program of activities and focus areas for 2021.

Please note that if your organisation’s membership fees are overdue as at the date of the AGM, under the GCNA’s Constitution (Rule 6.1(b)), you are not entitled to cast a vote.

Locations:

Via videoconference (Zoom) and teleconference in other locations. Dial-in details will be made upon registration.

Proxy Form
If you are unable to attend the AGM in person, you are encouraged to vote by completing the Proxy Form. Proxy Forms must be received by the GCNA before the meeting starts at 2:00pm (AEDT) on Thursday 26 November, 2019.

Completed Proxy Forms should be sent by email (secretariat@unglobalcompact.org.au).

Meeting Documents
Please see the following documents:
1. Notice of Meeting and Explanatory Statement (here)
2. Proxy Form (here)
3. 2019/2020 Annual Report (here)
4. 2019/2020 Directors’ Report and Financial Statements (here)

The GCNA’s Constitution is available here.

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