Australasian Housing Institute

AHI General Meeting of Members & NSW Member Networking Event

The AHI Board of Directors called a General Meeting of Members to consider the proposal to adopt the new Constitution.

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You are warmly invited to attend the Special AHI General Meeting of Members which will be held on Thursday, 21 September from 6.00pm. If you can’t attend, you can easily cast your vote by proxy, please see more information below.

After an extensive process of review and member consultation, the AHI Board has prepared a draft revised Constitution that will improve the organisation’s governance and democratic processes and position AHI for future growth. The Board called a General Meeting of members to consider the proposal (a “special resolution”) to adopt the new Constitution.

The AHI Board urges all members to participate in the vote on the new Constitution by attending the General Meeting or by sending in a proxy form that enables your vote to be counted.

Date: Thursday, 21 September 2017
Time: 6:00-7:00pm
Location: Rydges Sydney Central, Albion St, Surry Hills, NSW

Unable to attend?

The AHI Board urges all AHI members who are unable to attend the General Meeting in person, to participate in the vote by completing the Proxy Form. A “proxy” is a person you authorise to attend in your place, with the same rights as you to speak and vote at the meeting.

You can nominate the President as your proxy, or you can nominate any other person who you know will be attending the meeting. You can also indicate on the form how you would like your proxy to vote.

To be valid, the Proxy Form must be completed, signed and delivered to AHI no later than 4:30pm on Monday, 18 September.

Further information:

Following the formalities of the General Meeting the NSW branch would like to invite you to join the discussion on why older women are at great risk of housing stress and homelessness today.
During the event, you'll have a chance to hear from guest speakers Sue Cripps, CEO of SC Consulting Group, and Deborah Georgiou, Head of Policy & Communication at NSWFHA.

Drinks and canapes will be served. The registrations are free, but you must RSVP by registering online.