June 02, 2006

General Meeting about the lecturer's strike

Follow-up to A topical blog from Sabblog

There is a Union Emergency General Meeting scheduled for 7pm on Monday in the Ramphal Lecture theatre. There we will be discussing the Union's position on the lecturers' strike. You should all have got an email about it anyway but all publicity is good publicity.

I would urge you all to come if you are free (but only if you feel comfortable doing so if you still have exams). The current policy proposed is available here

Basically I now take the view with General Meetings that it doesn't matter if they are inquorate so long as they are publicised properly. All four General Meetings this year have been advertised in very similar ways, yet there has been a marked difference in attendance and this can only really be down to the issues being discussed. If it is big enough students will come to talk about it. My gut feeling on this is that we should reach quorum, given the amount of discussion on here about it anyway.

If you can't come then please feel free to leave a comment with your view or if you don't want to comment publically drop me an email.

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