Thanks to all HISA members at the AGM who voted for changes to the HISA Constitution. The last time the Constitution was updated was 2012 and it’s no simple feat to embark on Constitutional change. If you are interested in the full changes that were made, you can find the items that were voted on and the results from the voting here.
A couple of key changes is that from 2017 onwards, State committee members will be elected for 2 year terms (instead of 1 as it has been previously) and HISA Student members are also now able to stand for state committee elections and vote in state branch elections.
HISA’s Constitution was last modified at the 2016 AGM. See below to download the most recent copy.
- HISA 2016 AGM Special Resolutions Review
- HISA 2016 AGM Special Resolutions Results
- 2016 Constitution