Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, this year's conference will take place online from 14 to 16 July 2021.
All Delegates and Alternate Delegates will still be able to tune in and watch the proceedings live. We will have an updated program, which will be sent to Delegates ahead of Conference.
How will my Local Branch vote on motions?
Each branch will nominate a Branch Chair to vote on behalf of their whole branch and answer any questions about their motion during Conference.
Delegates can also view a full list of Notices of Motion for debate.
We’ll be sending more information soon with details of exactly how our virtual Conference will be carried out. Branch Chairs will also receive further information on how motions proceedings will work and what equipment you will require to participate.
While it’s disappointing that we won’t be able to meet face-to-face, we are confident we will still be able to deliver an exciting Annual Conference, complete with guest speakers, debates and networking opportunities. We’re looking forward to seeing everyone online!
What is Annual Conference?
Our Annual Conference is the democratic policy-making forum of the QNMU.
Decisions made at conference inform the direction of the union and its future activities.
The decision-making structure of the QNMU is democratic and the participation of members is fundamental to our effective functioning.
Annual Conference is made up of Councillors and Local Branch. Delegates who represent members from each local branch of the QNMU. Formal elections of branch delegate and alternate delegate positions are held every two years.
For further information on local branches refer to the QNMU Local Branches Information Sheet.
Our year in review
Our Year in review report offers a snapshot of our year's achievements and challenges, and touches upon matters yet to come. We hope it gives you a better understanding of the depth and breadth of your union's work and the values that underpin it.
Read our Year in review report