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Board Elections 2021-2024

Are you interested in Amnesty International UK’s Section’s governance? In 2021 we will be looking to fill five vacancies on our Board of Directors. The Amnesty...

AGM Chair (Voluntary)

Are you interested in Amnesty International UK’s Section’s governance? In 2021 we are looking for a Chairperson for our 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) and National...

Working Party Chair (Voluntary)

Are you interested in Amnesty International UK’s Section’s governance? In 2021 we are seeking three Amnesty members to Chair the Working Parties at the 2021 Annual...

Teller (Voluntary)

Are you interested in Amnesty International UK’s Section’s governance? Do you have an interest in elections and voting procedures? In 2021 we are seeking ten standby...

SOC Member (Voluntary)

Are you interested in Amnesty International UK’s Section’s governance? In 2021 we are looking to fill one vacancy on our Standing Orders Committee (SOC). The SOC consists...

Members and Directors Appeals Committee (Voluntary)

Are you interested in Amnesty International UK’s Section’s governance? In 2021 we are looking for two vacancies on our Members and Directors Appeals Committee (MDAC). The...

AGM Governance Roles 2020

Three important governance roles are also up for election in 2020. Elections will take place on the Sunday morning of the National Conference and Annual General Meeting on 20-21 June 2020. 

Amnesty International United Kingdom Section is a democratic, membership-led organisation. Many of our key governance positions are elected by our members. Board members are elected by a national ballot of members. Other important roles are elected at our Annual General Meeting (AGM). 

AGM Governance Roles

Three AGM governance roles were up for election in 2020. Good governance is essential to our success, helping to set our direction and making or shaping many of the big decisions we take as an organisation. So we seek individuals with a broad range of skills, experiences and backgrounds to join our governance bodies. 

EILIDH DOUGLAS

Knowledge and experience

Dear colleagues,

As 2020 draws to a close, I have been reflecting on how different this year has been for us.

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