This weekend is the FSA AGM, and we have collected below all the information you could need, whether you are attending in person or online. Registration remains open until the start of the AGM at 3pm on Saturday, so there’s still time to let us know if you’ll be attending.
If you have any questions about the day that aren’t answered below, please email [email protected], otherwise we look forward to seeing you this weekend.
To register to attend, either in person or online, follow this link.
Documents for delegates
AGM Standing Orders
Draft minutes from the 2022 AGM
FSA accounts and commentary
Network election results
Associate Member election statements
Individual Member election statements
Proxy form (.doc)
FSA Annual Review 2023
Round up of 2022 AGM, including wording of motions passed
Voting for the individual and associate representatives on the National Council is now underway, and all members have been emailed the voting link.
Voting will be open until midday on Friday 23rd June. It will re-open at the AGM for those attending in person who have not already voted online. If you are attending online only, you will need to cast your vote(s) by midday Friday deadline.
Online attendees will not be able to vote in motions on the day, but will be able to contribute questions/points to the debate. If you wish to vote on the motions you can appoint a proxy who is attending on the day to do so on your behalf – please email [email protected] for more information.
How to get there
The FSA AGM will be held at 3.00pm on Saturday 24th June 2023 at The Business School at Manchester Metropolitan University, M15 6BH.
The University’s website provides a comprehensive ‘How to find us’ section on its website, with details of how to reach by foot, bike, Metrolink, bus and car.
You can see the timetable for the EFFC ’23 here.
The main AGM will be streamed online, although the breakout sessions will not be streamed.
You can join the AGM from 3pm via this link.
We’re sure that almost everyone is used to Zoom by now, but a reminder for those attending online that you’ll need to keep your microphones muted throughout. If you wish to ask a question, you can do so using the chat function.
We will be periodically coming to the online audience for questions during each agenda item as best we can, so please keep the chat function for substantive questions that you wish to raise rather than general chat, as this will make contributions easier to find and improve everyone’s experience of the day.
Those attending online are unable to vote in motions on the day – you can assign a proxy vote to someone who is attending using the form linked above.