Members of SSA Victorian Branch, which includes those in Tasmania, are cordially invited to attend either in-person or online via Zoom for the SSA Vic Annual General Meeting on 30th March from 5.30pm to 6.00pm, with drinks and nibbles available from 5:15pm. We will vote on proposed change to the Rules and Regulations (as outlined below) and elect our Council for 2022. The relevant documentations, including the Annual Report, will be circulated prior to the AGM.
For those who wish to join the Council for 2022, please send an email nominating yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org and copy in a current member of the Branch who is willing to second your nomination. The same goes for voting via proxy – if you are unable to attend and wish another member to vote on your behalf, please send an email to email@example.com, stating which member you would like to act as your proxy.
You must be logged in to your SSA account on the website in order to register for the AGM. If you have any difficulties please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following the AGM, we will hear from Dr Damjan Vukcevic and Prof Philip Stark. Please register for this event at https://www.statsoc.org.au/event-4716350.
Proposed change to the SSA Vic Rules and Regulations
We propose to modify item 4 in the Rules and Regulations:
The Membership Officer shall keep and maintain a register of members in which shall be entered the full name, address, email address and date of entry of each member and the register shall be available for inspection and copying by members upon request.
The Membership Officer shall keep and maintain a register of members in which shall be entered the full name, address, email address and date of entry of each member and the register shall be available for inspection upon request.
The change (removal of "copying by") follows the minimum requirement of Consumer Affairs Victoria while ensuring a higher protection of the membership data.
Please note that if you are attending in-person, we require you to check in and show proof of double vaccination of COVID-19 vaccine at the door. People attending in-person must follow current COVID-safe guidelines. If you are feeling even mildly unwell or have symptoms of COVID-19 do not attend in-person.