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AGM November 23, 2006

Posted by Winter in the adventures of mind the gap.

Our first Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday 30th November.

Mind the Gap has come a long way since its formation in September 2004. We’ve run discussion nights, hosted workshops as part of other events, started a blog, created a zine, run campaigns to promote feminism and Stop Rape.

The AGM is now a necessary step to get this group legally constituted. Once this happens, not only will we have a framework for our activities, we’ll be able to apply for funding.

But we also want to use the AGM as an opportunity to review what we’ve done so far and where the group wants to go next. There are plans in the pipeline for a website, another zine, a newsletter and a Bristol branch of the group, but we do need more people to get involved.

Decisions about discussion nights, campaigns and events are all made by group members, so if there’s something you’d like to see us doing, or if there’s something we could be doing better, or something you would like to do, please come along and tell us about it. We can only do so much, so if there’s anything you’d really like to see happening, consider doing it with our support. For example, would you like to run a campaign, or start a subgroup focussing on one particular area of feminist activism?

We are open to suggestions.

If you’ve never come to a meeting before, we would love to meet you at the AGM.

For details about the venue, drop us an email at mindthegapcardiff(AT)yahoo(DOT)co(DOT)uk



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