U+'s 2020 General Assembly and Board Election

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Members: Vote before April 10

The 2020 General Assembly and Board Election

Between February 17, 2020 and March 28 April 10 [extended due to the current situation], 2020, the Plurality University Network is holding its first General Assembly and Board election. This event is open to members and happens online.

This week’s priorities: Time to vote!


According to the Statutes (French / English), the General Assembly needs to take three formal decisions:

  1. Approve the 2019 Activity Report and 2020 Action Plan
  2. Approve the 2019 Accounts
  3. Elect the Board, which means we need candidates! Those who wish to stand for the board needed to declare themselves before March 13. The vote takes place between March 14 and April 10.

Also, we want the General Assembly to be a place for substantive discussion on what U+ should become, what it should do, and how.

Most discussions will happen on Slack, via the #2020generalassembly channel.

1. The 2019 Activity Report and 2020 Action Plan

The document can be accessed here (you will find a summary here).

If you wish to discuss it, please join the #2020generalassembly channel on Slack.

2. The 2019 Financial Statement

The full financial statement for 2019 can be downloaded here (in French). You will find a summary in English here.

If you wish to discuss it, please join the #2020generalassembly channel on Slack.

3. The Board

What does being a board member mean? >>

  • Candidates had to declare themselves before march 13. Here is the 14 candidate’s presentation.
  • The #2020generalassembly channel on Slack will be used to discuss candidates.
  • The election takes place online between March 14 and April 10.

4. Discuss the future of the Plurality University Network

We will regularly send questions to members, which may be answered either on Slack, or on a web form. We will produce syntheses of your answers:

We have also put up a list of issues that we think should be discussed about what U+ should become, what it should to, and how.

It can be discussed online, either on the #2020generalassembly Slack channel, or on this collaborative document.