|Proposer:||Rosie Rawle (Oxfordshire Green Party)|
Package RR-NH-1.1 EC Change to D1: Constitution
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be named Affiliated Groups, including Groups for the Regions of England, Wales, Local Groups
or Liberation Groups.
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1.1.3 Six Non-Portfolio Officers, one of whom shall be responsible for the Equality and Diversity portfolio.
1.1.3 The Green Students Committee Co-convenors
1.1.4 Elections Officer
1.1.5 Digital Communications Officer
1.1.6 Press Officer
1.1.7 Campaigns Officer
1.1.8 Events Officer
1.1.9 International Officer
1.1.10 Equality and Diversity Officer
1.1.11 Activist Training and Political Education Officer
1.1.12 Liberation Officers (from each formerly constituted Liberation Group)
1.1.13 Under 18s Officer
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4.4.4 Sex Workers.
4.4.6 Under 18.
8 Women of Colour.
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4.7 Each Liberation Group shall elect from their membership at least two Co-chairs, where no more than one self-defines as a man.
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4.10 Each Liberation Group will reserve a seat on the committee for their Liberation Group Officer.
4.10.1 The Liberation Group Officer will be elected through the Annual Ballot in accordance with Section E of the Standing Orders.
4.10.2 The Liberation Group Officer will not be able to also hold the position as Co-Chair of the Liberation Group
10 The Liberation Group Co-Chairs, or Committee where appropriate, are in charge of moderating any online spaces they group holds, organising training days and meet-ups, upholding the Safe Space policy at all times, and representing their Liberation Group concerns to the EC Non-Portfolio Officer holding the Equality and Diversity portfolio.
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Byelaw 6: Special Interest Groups
6.1 Members with concerns on a specific issue or set of issues, may form Special Interest Group in order to develop policy positions and pursue campaigns within the structure and strategy of the Young Greens.
6.2 Young Greens members are free to join any Special Interest Group, in accordance with any rules on eligibility as defined by the group.
6.3 The current list of Special Interest Groups is as follows:
6.3.1 Under 18s
6.3.2 Sex Workers
6.4 The proposer can demonstrate that at least 5 members will actively join the group.
6.5 EC shall use their discretion in approving the creation of new Special Interest Groups between General Meetings and shall bring a paper of ratification to the next Annual General Meeting, or to an Emergency General Meeting if this happens to occur first.
6.6 Each Special Interest Group shall elect from their membership at least two Co-chairs, where no more than one self-defines as a man.
6.7 The election should be organised by said Special Interest Group using a system of Single Transferable Vote, for which advice can be sought from DAC, to ensure that the rules in 4.7 are satisfied. If for any reason, the Special Interest Group cannot run the election, DAC will control the election.
6.8 Special Interest Groups may be additionally led by a committee, with the number of positions and the election or co-option timescale at the discretion of the Special Interest Groups members
- Nick Humberstone (Wandsworth)
- Chris Jarvis (Oxfordshire Green Party)
- Heloise Hunter (West Central London)
- Tom Hazell
- Nannette Youssef
- Dylan Lewis-Creser
- Joshua Farrell