We Need Online Meetings Now More Than Ever

The NSW Labor Administrative Committee has called a sub-committee meeting to consider digital rank-and-file democracy on Thursday 14 January. The sub-committee was established in the wake of a general meeting of NSW Labor Members, which demanded online branch meetings and the restoration of party activity. While Admin's committment was a big win for rank-and-file members, Head Office is yet to commit to online democracy. 

Please use this tool to ...

The NSW Labor Administrative Committee has called a sub-committee meeting to consider digital rank-and-file democracy on Thursday 14 January. The sub-committee was established in the wake of a general meeting of NSW Labor Members, which demanded online branch meetings and the restoration of party activity. While Admin's committment was a big win for rank-and-file members, Head Office is yet to commit to online democracy. 

Please use this tool to send an email to NSW Labor General Secretary, Bob Nanva, calling on him to ensure that the sub-committee considers rules changes to allow party units to meet electronically via Zoom or a similar medium.  We cannot allow this process to become another dead end review of democracy in our Party. By sending an email you are ensuring that the momentum for our collective campaign keeps moving forward.

Digital democracy offers our party an invaluable opportunity to make our party more accessible, larger, and democratic. 

ALSO! Please register for the second all-in meeting of NSW Labor members via Zoom at 7pm on 28 January. We will be discussing where we go to from here now that Head Office are responding to our demands. 

Register in advance for this meeting here

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining.

 

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