Australian Library and Information Association

An agile, flexible future for ALIA: Q & A sheet

The Australian Library and Information Association’s (ALIA) move into a new building in Canberra in 1990 - 9-11 Napier Close, Deakin - was a major step for the Association. Over the years, ALIA Directors have debated the merits of retaining the building as the Association's main asset. After consultation with an Advisory Committee of long-term ALIA members and senior library leaders, the ALIA Board has made the decision to progress with the sale of the building. The property will be listed for sale in May 2020.
 

An agile, flexible future for the Australian Library and Information Association

The Australian Library and Information Association’s (ALIA) move into a new building in Canberra in 1990 - 9-11 Napier Close, Deakin - was a major step for the Association. Over the years, ALIA Directors have debated the merits of retaining the building as the Association's main asset. After consultation with an Advisory Committee of long-term ALIA members and senior library leaders, the ALIA Board has made the decision to progress with the sale of the building. The property will be listed for sale in May 2020.
 

ALIA Constitution amendments: proposal for consideration by ALIA members

Current position and proposed amendments to the ALIA Constitution for consideration by ALIA members. Specifically feedback is sought on proposed amendments to Section 12 of the Constitution, which articulates the composition of the ALIA Board and term lengths for Directors prior to the 31st Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held on 21 May 2019 at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Studies, Canberra.

Constitution of the Australian Library and Information Association Limited with proposed amendments marked May 2019

The fundamental principles according to which the Australian Library and Information Assocation (ALIA), a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, is governed effective to 17 May 2017 with proposed amendments for consideration at the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) 31st Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on 21 May 2019 at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Studies, Canberra.

ALIA Constitution amendments proposal explanation 29 April 2019

Explanation of special resolutions to amend the ALIA Constitution considered at the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) 31st Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on 21 May 2019 at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Studies, Canberra.
Special resolutions to amend the ALIA Constitution including the restructuring of the Board to allow for a two-year presidential term and several other largely minor amendments to ensure consistency within the document and compliance with the requirements of the Corporations Law.
 

Australian Library and Information Association 31st Annual General Meeting Minutes of meeting 21 May 2019

Minutes of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) 31st Annual General Meeting held on 21 May 2019 at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Studies, Canberra.
Special resolutions to amend the ALIA Constitution including the restructuring of the Board to allow for a two-year presidential term and several other largely minor amendments to ensure consistency within the document and compliance with the requirements of the Corporations Law passed unanimously.
 

Australian Library and Information Association 31st Annual General Meeting Notice of meeting, agenda and special resolutions 21 May 2019

Notice of meeting, agenda and special resolutions of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) 31st Annual General Meeting held on 21 May 2019 at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Studies, Canberra.
Special resolutions to amend the ALIA Constitution including the restructuring of the Board to allow for a two-year presidential term and several other largely minor amendments to ensure consistency within the document and compliance with the requirements of the Corporations Law.
 

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