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Elections for Committees

December 08, 2020

Committees

The term of office for the following committees is two years until March Council 2023, unless indicated otherwise.

Nominations close noon on Wednesday 17 February 2021

For the purposes of the elections for Restricted Committees in 2021 the nominators of candidates (Councillors) be financial members of the association or grouped association that the candidate is a financial member of.

Candidates are reminded they may submit a statement of up to 200 words with their nomination. This must be received by close of nominations.

  • Aboriginal Members (10)
    A representative from each of the following: Infants City, Infants Country, Primary City, Primary Country, Secondary City, Secondary Country, TAFE City, TAFE Country, Central Schools, Corrective Services
  • Aboriginal Education (6)
    6 members elected by Council, at least 3 to be Aboriginal members
  • Anti-Racism Policy (8)
    8 members elected by Council, with at least 1 Aboriginal member, at least 1 member with language background other than English and at least 1 post-schools member
  • Central Schools (5)
    5 members from Central Schools
  • Distance Education (6)
    6 members who are currently working in the distance education field
  • Eric Pearson Study Grant (4)
    4 Councillors
  • Finance (4)
    4 Councillors
  • Future Teachers Scholarships (3)
    3 Councillors
  • Legal Cases (4)
    4 members
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer (LGBTIQ) (6)
    6 members, at least three of whom identify as women
  • Officers, Consultants and Advisors (5)
    5 members
  • Principals (7)
    2 Secondary Principals, 3 Primary Principals, 1 SSP Principal, 1 Central Principal
  • Project Officers (3)
    3 Councillors, at least two of whom have less than 10 years teaching
  • Professional Officers (4) (one year)
    4 Councillors
  • Recruitment and Retention (4)
    4 Councillors
  • Rules and Structures (8)
    8 Councillors
  • School Staffing (6) (one year)
    With at least 2 from primary, 2 from secondary and 1 from an SSP and at least 50 % women. There should be at least 1 City Councillor and 1 Country Councillor and 1 principal member
  • Sam Lewis Peace Prize (5)
    5 members
  • Small Schools (5)
    5 members
  • Special Education (5)
    5 members
  • Sustainable Environment (5)
    2 Country Councillors, 2 City Councillors, 1 TAFE Councillor
  • Teachers Workload (Schools and TAFE) (8) (one year)
    At least 2 primary and 2 secondary, of the 6 at least 1 City Councillor and 1 Country Councillor and at least 50% women
  • Technology Committee (6)
    At least 50% women
  • Tree Levy (4)
    4 members
  • Women’s and Anna Stewart Program (6)
    6 women members

Centre for Professional Learning (2)

The term of office is two years till March 2023.

Trades and Labour Councils

The term of office is till October 2021.

  • Barrier Industrial Council (2)
  • Cross Border Trades and Labour Council (4)
  • Goulburn and District Unions (4)
  • Newcastle Trades Hall Council (6)
  • South Coast Labour Council (9)
  • Unions Mid North Coast (3)
  • Unions New England (1)
  • Unions NSW (7)
  • Wagga Wagga and District Trades and Labour Council (5)

DoE Appeals Panels

The term of office for the following panels is for two years until March 2023

  • Primary/SSP Appeals Panel (4)
    Substantive, 1st Alternative, 2nd Alternative, 3rd Alternative
  • Secondary Appeals Panel (4)
    Substantive, 1st Alternative, 2nd Alternative, 3rd Alternative
  • Appeals Panel for non-school based positions (4)
    Substantive, 1st Alternative, 2nd Alternative, 3rd Alternative

Affiliated Organisations

The term of office for the following is one year until March 2022.

Nominations close noon on Wednesday 17 February 2021.

  • Australian Anti-Bases Campaign Coalition (1)
  • Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network (1)
  • Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR) (1)
  • Council for Civil Liberties (1)
  • Ethnic Communities Council (4)
  • Justice Action (1)
  • Friends of the Earth (1)
  • Hiroshima Day Committee (3)
  • Independent and Peaceful Australian Network (IPAN) (1)
  • National Parks Association (1)
  • Nature Conservation Council (1)
  • NSW Aboriginal Education Council (1)
  • NSW Council of Social Services (1)
  • NSW Public Sector Employees Super Committee (1)
  • Oxfam Australia (1)
  • People for Nuclear Disarmament (1)
  • Refugee Council of Australia (1)
  • Sydney Peace and Justice Coalition (2)
  • Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA (1)
  • United Nations Association of Australia (NSW Division) (1)
  • Welfare Rights Centre (1)
  • Workers Educational Association (1)
  • Workers Health Centre (1)

AIDS Council of NSW and Amnesty International – These are not strictly affiliations. Federation supports these organisations by membership of the General Secretary.

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