WALES: Articles of the Association

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Friday 15th December 2017

BASW Cymru, 1 Caspian Point, Pierhead Street, Cardiff Bay, CF10 4DQ

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Articles of Association (The Articles)

We want to hear your views on how BASW is run and are inviting all members to come along to open meetings or join in the conversation via online webinar to ask questions and share your views on our new Articles of Association (The Articles). 

The Articles underpin the purpose and objectives of BASW and cover how the association is led by our members. Our aspiration is to have a constitution that will promote BASW as an outward facing organisation that is an even better champion of social workers and the people we work with.

BASW has already been seeking member views on our new Articles as reported to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in April 2017. Thank you to all members who have already taken to the time to complete the online survey –please do continue to feed in your views here. This feedback is very helpful to Council in shaping and giving instructions to our solicitors Bates Wells and Braithwaite (BWB) in drawing up the new articles. We will soon be sharing the first draft of the new articles online.

Council is now keen to provide a valuable opportunity for members attend open meetings or join via a webinar during 14th and 15th December to give your views and ask questions on the Articles, which will soon be available to view. This will also be your opportunity to ask the solicitors (BWB) specific questions.

The open events have been set at venues across the UK and you can also join in the conversation online via our webinar. If you wish to attend or join online please register here. 

I hope you will take this opportunity to contribute your views to this extremely important work for BASW

Date : 15th December 2017

Time : 09:30 - 12:30

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