Jennifer Brant will speak about missing and murdered Indigenous women in her lecture, “Forever Loving, Forever Resisting: Recent Research on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” as part of the NB Media Co-op’s seventh annual general meeting on Thursday, Sept. 29. The event is presented by the St. Thomas University’s Women’s and Gender Studies program, UNB History and the NB Media Co-op. The talk will occur at 7:00pm at Kinsella Auditorium, McCain Hall, St. Thomas University in Fredericton.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The NB Media Co-op chose to be a co-operative because we believed that it would provide a democratic model for producing, disseminating and sustaining media.
The Annual General Meeting is a time for our members to review the milestones and challenges of the past year and discuss the future of the NB Media Co-op. We will elect board of directors and editorial board at this meeting. Find our agenda, documents to review before the AGM and call for nominations below.
Everyone is welcome to our annual meeting but you must be a member to vote! Not a member yet? Annual memberships are $30. Join via PayPal or send a cheque to NB Media Co-op at 180 Saint John St., Fredericton, NB E3B 4A9. We need your membership to sustain our work.
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Proposed Agenda for the NB Media Co-op’s 2016 Annual General Meeting
When: Thursday, Sept. 29 at 6:00pm
Where: McCain Hall, Room 102, St. Thomas University, Fredericton.
1. Appointment of meeting chair
2. Appointment of minute taker
3. Approval of meeting agenda
4. Introduction of members present
5. Approval of minutes from 2015 AGM
6. Year in review: Annual report for 2015-2016
7. Presentation & adoption of the 2015-2016 financial report
8. Presentation of budget for 2016-2017
9. Special resolutions on the audit
10. Board elections (call for nominations below)
11. Other business
Call for Board Nominations
Our editorial board members take turns editing contributions to the Co-op website, The Brief or other media of the Co-op. Our editors ensure contributions follow our contributor guidelines and they strive to retain the spirit of the original work by communicating with contributors during editing.
As per the bylaws, editors must have worked for at least 1 hour a week for the Co-op for three months before becoming an editor. Don’t let this stop you! If you are interested in getting started on editing tasks for the co-op, contact us as we are always looking for new editors, proofreaders and fact-checkers.
To apply: send us 2 paragraphs about yourself, what you can offer to the editorial board and why you are interested in the position in advance of the Annual General Meeting at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voting will take place at the Annual General Meeting. If you have any questions, email email@example.com.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors ensure that the NB Media Co-op fulfills its objectives of democratizing the media and providing a media outlet for under-reported and misrepresented stories, issues and views both online and in print. There are 3 positions to be elected at the annual general meeting. The board of directors meets four times a year.
To apply: send two paragraphs about yourself, what you can offer to the board and why you are interested in the position in advance of the Annual General Meeting at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Voting will take place at the Annual General Meeting. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.