ANTaR Victoria Committee
The ANTaR Victoria Committee of Management, elected by ANTaR membership every year at the Annual General Meeting (AGM), oversees and co-ordinates most aspects of ANTaR Victoria’s work and determines the overall direction of the organisation. The Committee also acts as a support and resource to local groups.
Several subcommittees have been set up to research and implement various aspects of ANTaR’s work. The primary role of subcommittees is to make recommendations to the CoM, however some CoM powers are delegated to subcommittees and staff. Each subcommittee convenor is a member of the CoM.
Our Committee Members
The Committee comprises the Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Public Officer, and a maximum of six other members. Additional members can be co-opted onto the CoM until the next AGM.
|Angus Frith||Erin McKinnon||
|Emily Chauvel||Diana Collier|
The Committee currently meets on the first Thursday of every month from 6-8pm. Meetings are open to ANTaR members, staff and the general public.
Committee meetings set broad directions for ANTaR Victoria and make decisions based on the reporting framework given by subcommittees and staff and other general business. A quorum of four members of the Committee is required at each meeting.
This committee comprises the Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and Public Officer plus one other member of the Coordinating Committee (to be invited by the chair). The Executive Committee makes urgent decisions between Committee of Management meetings, provided such decisions do not create financial obligations that exceed current budget provisions. Executive meetings can also be conducted via telephone or email. The quorum for an Executive Committee meeting is three members of the CoM.
The primary role of sub-committees is to make recommendations to the Committee of Management. The Committee of Management has the power to delegate powers to sub-committees, officers and employees.
AGM – Annual General Meeting
The AGM is held every 12 months, with at least 14 days notice given before the meeting. The AGM is open to the public, however only ANTaR Victoria members can vote for election to the Committee of Management.
The AGM receives and considers reports from the Committee of Management, elects the new Committee and officers, considers any proposed changes to ANTaR Victoria's rules and any other special business of which notice has been given, such as major policies and strategies.
SPECIAL GENERAL MEETINGS
Special General Meetings can be called at 14 days notice by any member of ANTaR Victoria, if supported in writing by 5% of the current membership and stating the objects of the meeting.
Download the 2003 annual report here.
Download the 2004 annual report here.
Download the 2005 annual report here.
Download the 2006 annual report here.
Download the 2007 annual report here.
Download the 2008 annual report here.
Download the 2009 annual report here.
Download the 2010 annual report here.
Download the 2006 AGM Minutes here.
Download the 2007 AGM Minutes here.
Download the 2008 AGM Minutes here.
Download the 2009 AGM Minutes here.