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AGMs and EGMs happen every year and are used to elect in a new committee. Below you will find a detailed explanation of these necessary processes and why they are important. There are also some useful tips on how to successfully handover your group to a new committee.

  • The EGM Process

    EGM stands for Emergency General Meeting*. They are used when a previously elected committee member drops out of their role and a new one needs to be voted in. These are very similar to the way we con...

  • The AGM Process

    An AGM or Annual General Meeting* is held once a year during February to provide a report on the year and vote in the group's new committee. This is not limited to a physical meeting and there are dif...