What is the General Assembly?
The General Assembly (GA) is the highest body within SES. A GA is a meeting to which all SES members are invited. The GA’s have multiple important tasks, such as: checking up on the policy plan and the budget plans of the board. It also always members to voice their concerns and ask critical questions on the current state of SES.
Why are General Assemblies organised?
GA’s are organised in order to check up on the current state of SES and the functioning of the board. What went well and what could be improved? Does the presented budget seem okay? Who should get to decide who should take place on the next board of SES? The GA decides!
What is my role as a member?
Members are the most important attendees at GA’s, as they have voting rights and can make final decisions which the board has to answer to. Members can vote, for example, on the budget and on a candidate for honorary membership.