Trust Democracy is pleased to announce that its 2023 AGM will feature an address by Professor Michael Baker about disinformation, science, trust, democracy, and the newly established Public Health Communication Centre. Our 2020 workshops on the state of democracy showed that dis- and mis-information were significant concerns then and awareness of these issues has intensified since.
The AGM will be held on 9 May 2023, 7.30-9.00pm by Zoom videoconference. Click here to register and receive the Zoom details.
Our AGM is for Trust Democracy members but we welcome non-members too.
Guests are welcome to stay for the whole meeting, which will include a discussion about issues Trust Democracy might focus on in the coming years. Alternatively, it will be fine to leave after Professor Baker’s address, which will be the first item on the agenda and will include an opportunity to ask questions.
- Presentation: Prof Michael Baker on trust, disinformation, science and democracy
- Minutes of the previous AGM
- Annual Report, Financial Statements and Committee disclosures
- Election of Committee members
- Setting membership fees
- General business
Become a Trust Democracy member
Trust Democracy membership connects you to a growing network of people driving democratic innovation. We offer access to events hosted by us and our partner organisations. Members become part of the wider discussion around enhancing democracy in New Zealand, with opportunities to get involved in exciting new processes as they unfold.
Membership also gives you the opportunity to stand for election to the committee and to vote at the AGM (submit your application by 1 May to vote in this year’s AGM).
Please consider becoming a member. Our organisation is member-led so your voice matters and will be part of setting the agenda. There is currently no membership fee but a koha is welcome. To find out more about membership and to fill in an online application form, please click here.