For the diary

Some upcoming dates of potential interest:

Tuesday 17th June – Open Labor NSW Launch

7:00 pm,  Beauchamp Hotel, 265 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst

Geoff Gallop will speak to Open Labor’s inaugural NSW meeting on the current state of Australian politics, and why Australia needs a more open, democratic and dynamic Labor Party.

Friday 27th June – Close of nominations for positions to be elected at the State Conference

12 noon, Sussex St.

Positions: President; General Secretary; Senior Vice President; Junior Vice President (2); State Organiser; Administrative Committee (36) (18 elected by affiliated union Delegates and 18 elected by all other Delegates); Conference Policy & Agenda Committee Chair; Conference Policy & Agenda Committee Deputy Chair; Conference Policy & Agenda Committee Secretary; Conference Policy & Agenda Committee Members (21); Conference Policy & Agenda Committee Proxy Panel (12); Finance Committee Member (5); Rules Committee Member (9); NSW Labor Women’s Forum Chair; NSW Labor Women’s Forum Deputy Chair; NSW Labor Women’s Forum Secretary; NSW Labor Women’s Forum Member (15); Country Labor Committee Chair; Country Labor Committee Deputy Chair; Country Labor Committee Secretary; Country Labor Committee Members (15); Trustees (3); Organising, Recruitment and Training Committee (11); Returning Officer; Assistant Returning Officer (8); Senate (3); and NSW Legislative Council (8).
Nominations must be on an official nomination form, and signed by 5 nominees.

Monday 21st July – Local Labor NSW Launch

7.30 pm, Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney

Senator Faulkner will launch NSW Local Labor. Timed one week before NSW Annual Conference, this will be a highly visible opportunity to show support for party reform.

Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 July – NSW Labor Annual Conference

Sydney Town Hall

State Conference is the supreme decision making body in NSW. It sets the Party’s rules and policy and elects its governing committees.
This is the opportunity of the year to secure real reform.

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