NOHANZ Biennial General Meeting 2018

2018-11-27 17:00 - 19:00

Notice of Biennial General Meeting 2018

Members are warmly invited to the 2018 NOHANZ Biennial General Meeting to be held at :

  • Te Whare Wananga o Waikato
  • 5pm, for 5.30pm to 7pm meeting on Tuesday 27 November 2018

Read: Notice of meeting, Notice of Motion to change to Annual General Meeting, Minutes 2016, Administrator Role, and Representative Voting Form


5pm Light drinks and nibbles

5.30 to 7pm Biennial General Meeting

Biennial General Meeting – Agenda

1 Apologies

2 Minutes of BGM 21 October 2016

3 Matters Arising from 21 October 2016 Minutes

4 President’s Report

5 Treasurer’s Report and Financial Statements for 2016 and 2017

6 Discussion of 3 Matters for Changes to Constitution

  1. Change to Annual rather than Biennial General Meeting for approval of Financial Statements.
  2. Number on Executive Committee.

2016 BGM Minutes records “Proposal that the Executive Committee number be increased. Topic to be voted on at next BGM.”

Constitution states “The Committee shall consist of a President, Secretary, Treasurer, the immediate Past-President and three other members.”

  1. Paid book-keeper role.

7 Election of Officers

New members are welcomed, to enable the Committee to represent a range of interests, skills and regions. Meetings at held quarterly, online by internet conference. If you are a paid up member of NOHANZ and interested in standing, or want more information please contact NOHANZ at

Nominations from the floor are welcome, with use of the Nomination form.

For NOHANZ members unable to attend the BGM, but wishing to participate in the elections and voting, the Representative Voting Form should be completed and either emailed to or given to the scrutineer on the day of the General Meeting.

Supporting documents

To support your participation in the BGM the following documents will be available in November on the NOHANZ website

Minutes of Biennial General Meeting 2016

Nomination for a Position on the Executive Committee

NOHANZ – Committee Roles

Representative Voting Form

We look forward to seeing you there.

Sue Monk


National Oral History Association of New Zealand

October 2018

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