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Jenny’s Formal Complaint

After Jenny found out that she came second after preferences in the Election she made a formal complaint. Jenny lodge a formal complaint about the process and request that the College Directors position be vacated until a vote can be conducted again. Grounds are as follows: Misused  members money by using APS infrastructure (email contact list) to campaign about a platform and breached the APS voting policy of campaigning…

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Voting for the special resolutions at this year’s AGM

After the casting of the proxies and voting was concluded the RAPS team had the opportunity to re-examine the proposed motions that were to be voted on the 28th of September at the AGM. It was concluded that the changes were administrative changes only to the constitution made after the Board had correctly, according to its powers changed the title of the ED to CEO. It was concluded there…

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RAPS with your support has had another victory.

We are very pleased to announce the election of Ms Kathrine (Kat) Johansen as General Director – Division of General Psychological Practice (DGPP). We now have two directors on the APS board who share our vision for a united Society and profession. RAPS always knew it was unlikely for Jenny Corran to get elected due to the new constitution the majority of members were unable to vote for her….

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Kathrine (Kat) Selmer Johansen thanks supporters

Dear supporters, Well the votes are in and I won thanks to your commitment to vote. It is with great honour that my supporters have put their trust in me to vote and win the role of General Director DGPP on the APS board of directors. I have to thank Jenny Corran for her continued dialogue over the past two years and during this very new and challenging process…

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Serious concerns on proposed motions to be voted on, at Fridays’ AGM

Concerns over motions to be voted on during business on the day at the APS 2018 Elections. The motions concerned involve changes to the constitution so they require a 75% in favour vote in order to be passed. RAPS urges members to either attend the AGM in Sydney and vote against these constitutional changes or assign a proxy to someone who will vote against the changes.

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Wear something RED in Sydney

Colleagues in RED! Red clothing items identified RAPS supporters to each other at the 2017 Australian Psychological Society’s EGM. RAPS suggests you do the same in Sydney this year.

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APS Elections

Vote in the Australian Psychological Society’s 2018 Board of Directors Election. Some candidates statements are more aligned than others with RAPS values and a single tier system. Please read the statements and vote according to your own values. It will be a difficult and closely contested election, use you voice via your vote!

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2018 APS Elections Voting Guide

The Australian Psychological Society annual elections have just entered the voting period. Voting continues until 10am (AEST) on 27th September. RAPS has produced an easy to follow voting guide. Click the Read More button to download the guide. Don’t forget to read the voting anomaly described at the bottom of the post.

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