Why your attendance is important
UNISON is a democratic membership organisation. Decisions about the direction of the branch are made at the AGM, which you can influence through attending and voting. This upholds democracy and accountability in our union. The meeting will take about an hour.
Register your attendance or apologies here
What will happen at the AGM?
All of your representatives need to be elected every year and this is an important part of the AGM. There is no long term of office – each branch officer and work place rep must be nominated, seconded and elected every year.
The branch officers and reps are the activists that all members rely upon for support and advice in the workplace, but in turn, the reps need to be supported by the members. You can show your support by attending and participating in the AGM. Motions will be debated at the AGM and all members can submit motions. These can influence the national policy of the union. The deadline for motions was Wednesday 18 January 2018.
Date, Time and Location
We will only be holding one AGM this year on
Thursday 22 February 2018, 5.00 – 6.30 pm at the Unitarian Chapel, Brunswick Square, Bristol, BS2 8PE
Guest Speakers will be: Roger McKenzie, Assistant General Secretary of Unison
Charlotte Gage from Bristol Zero Tolerance
Light refreshments will be available.
How you can get involved in UNISON
I hope you will be able to attend the Bristol UNISON AGM – Please register your attendance or apologies here
We would ask you to consider being a UNISON representative or Branch Officer yourself or if not, then do please nominate a colleague to be your representative. More information and nomination forms can be found below;
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