Annual Meeting | Ko au, ko koe, ko koe, ko au will be held in Rotorua from Sunday 3 October - Wednesday 6 October 2021.
Annual Meeting | Ko au, ko koe, ko koe, ko au is the highest authority of NZEI Te Riu Roa. The functions of the Annual Meeting | Ko au, ko koe, ko koe, ko au are to:
- consider the National Executive’s report
- consider the Financial Report, note the Consumer Price Index adjustment to the subscriptions, and consider any further subscription increases needed,
- debate and determine issues of interest to the Institute, and set Institute policy accordingly
- amend or repeal the rules of NZEI Te Riu Roa
- receive and consider the report from Te Kāhui Whetū
- receive a written report from the National Executive detailing all policy decisions that it or the Institute has made since the previous annual meeting, and
- to debate and determine policy resolutions and rule changes.
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Pūrongo ā tau (Annual Report)
Pūronga ā Tau is the combined National Executive, Te Reo Areare, and finance reports for 2021.
Pūrongo ā Tau upholds the mana of NZEI Te Riu Roa. It adds to the union’s history by sharing the activities of union members, National Executive and Te Reo Areare over the past 12 or so months.
It also supports National Executive and Te Reo Areare to be accountable and transparent to the members they represent. While Annual Meeting is the highest authority of the Institute, the representatives at Annual Meeting delegate their authority to the National Executive and Te Reo Areare to make decisions on their behalf during the year.
In Annual Meeting, you can ask pātai about Pūrongo ā tau. The process for asking pātai follows the standing orders for the meeting.