Notice of Annual General Meeting 

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The Annual General Meeting of ACTA - A Call to Action is to be held on Wednesday 6th July  2022 at 7.00pm via Zoom 


The Agenda is established by the Board of Trustees and will be sent to all members no later than Wednesday 29th June 2022


All members have the right to stand for Election as an officer and will become ex officio a member of the Board of  Trustees. Notes from the Constitution are attached.


The current officers may stand for re-election 


Any member wishing to stand for election should inform the Secretary no later than Monday 27th June 2022 by email to :  


Agenda – Draft 

13. Appointment of charity trustees

13.1 At every annual general meeting of the members of the CIO, except the first,

one-third of the charity trustees shall retire from office. If the number of charity

trustees is not three or a multiple of three, then the number nearest to one-

third shall retire from office, but if there is only one charity trustee, he or she shall retire.

13.2 The charity trustees to retire by rotation shall be those who have been longest in

office since their last appointment or reappointment. If any trustees were last

appointed or reappointed on the same day those to retire shall (unless they

otherwise agree among themselves) be determined by lot;

13.3 The vacancies so arising may be filled by the decision of the members at the

annual general meeting; any vacancies not filled at the annual general meeting

may be filled as provided in clause 13.4;

13.4 The members or the charity trustees may at any time decide to appoint a new

charity trustee, whether in place of a charity trustee who has retired or been

removed in accordance with clause 14(b)(Retirement and removal of charity

trustees), or as an additional charity trustee, provided that the limit specified in

clause 12.3 on the number of charity trustees would not as a result be exceeded;

13.5 A person so appointed by the members of the CIO shall retire in accordance with

the provisions of clauses 13.1 and 13.3. A person so appointed by the charity

trustees shall retire at the conclusion of the next annual general meeting after

the date of his or her appointment, and shall not be counted for the purpose of

determining which of the charity trustees is to retire by rotation at that meeting.