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ACS Constitutional Review Consultation Sessions - Round 2

What Elements do You want in the New Constitution? We welcome all ACS members to come along to our governance review workshops. It’s a chance to provide your input into how the society is run in the future. The events will run through the major issues and challenges that ACS is facing, and we’ll be looking to get your feedback on the direction ACS should take as we draft a new constitution for the coming century.

Event Start: Wed 02 Feb 10:00 PM
Event Finish: Fri 04 Mar 10:00 PM


Registration End Date: Thu 03 Mar 06:00 AM

<strong>What Elements do You want in the New Constitution?</strong><br><br>We welcome members, ex-members and potential members to participate in the second round of constitutional reform discussions.<br><br>You can provide your input into how the Society is run in the future.<br><br>This second round is all about the elements that make up a constitution.<br><br>Meetings will focus on the features that you, and other participants, see as the important ones.<br><br>A document-set, released on 3 February 2022, at <a href="" target="_blank">https//</a>, provides background information on what we think the key items might be.<br><br>Meetings will generally run for an hour, with a lead-in provided, to make sure that all participants are oriented to the session&#39;s aims.<br><br><strong>Session Times</strong><br>After a 10-15 minute presentation to provide background, there will be a 45-minute discussion, with a focus on the particular topics that are of interest to the participants in the session.<br><br>Please enroll in your branch&#39;s event:<br><br>Canberra - 24 February (Completed)<br>New South Wales - 11 March (<a href="" target="_blank">Register Here</a>)<br>Northern Territory - 4 March (<a href="" target="_blank">Register Here</a>)<br>Queensland - 28 February <em>(Postponed due to Qld Flood Event)</em><br>South Australia - 10 February (Completed)<br>Tasmania -  (<a href="" target="_blank">Register Here</a>)<br>Victoria - 10 March (<a href="" target="_blank">Register Here</a>)<br>Western Australia - 2 March  (<a href="" target="_blank">Register Here</a>)<br><br><strong>About the Constitutional Process</strong><br><br>The project as a whole began in September 2021.<br><br>The consultation process was initiated by ACS Congress, and is being run by the Constitutional Reform Working Group (CRWG), jointly convened by Dr Nick Tate (now the Society&#39;s President) and Dr Roger Clarke.<br><br>Three rounds of consultation are scheduled.<br><br>The first ran September to December 2021, and discussed principles.<br>You can find details of that process <a href="" target="_blank">here</a>.    <br><br>The Round 1 Report back to Members is <a href="" target="_blank">here</a>.<br><br> 

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