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Unite rules conference 2015

Unite rules conference 2015

Monday 06 July 2015 - Friday 10 July 2015 at 09:00-17:00

Rules Conference 2015

Brighton, 6 – 10 July
The Unite rules conference meets every four years. This is when Unite members, nominated by their fellow members, are brought together to decide what changes need to be made to the rules of the union. This year, our rules conference is being held in the Brighton Centre, Kings Road, Brighton from 6 – 10 July 2015.

Unite’s Rules
The current rules of Unite are contained in the rule book available to members here

The rules conference does not debate the policies of the Union.

Agenda for conference
The agenda for the conference is made up of proposals for amendments to rule submitted by branches and committees of the union. The deadline for submission of amendments has passed and the agenda for the conference is being compiled and will be circulated to delegates in advance of the conference.

Delegates to conference
The Unite Executive Council, in keeping with the union’s rules, agrees the distribution of delegates to this conference. Delegates are elected mainly by and from the Regional Industrial Sector Committees (RISCs); a small number of delegates are elected by some National Industrial Sector Committees (NISCs).

In addition, each region is entitled to elect additional delegates from their Regional Committee and delegates to represent LGBT and disabled members.

Delegates are required to attend conference from Sunday 4th July to Friday 10th July.  Hotel accommodation is booked centrally for them.

We have written to all the elected delegates with further information about arrangements for the conference including accommodation.  

If you are a delegate and for whatever reason are no longer able to attend please let us know as soon as possible by e-mailing the conference team  conference@unitetheunion.org. The deadline for sending in substitute delegates is 19 June 2015.

Visitors to conference
This is a closed conference and there are no facilities for visitors, observers or the media.