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GENERAL MEETING AND NETWORKING EVENT, MAY 7

PART 1) FINTERDIS GENERAL MEETING on Tuesday, May 7, 2019

6:00-7:45 pm: Svenska Social- och kommunalhögskolan, Snellmaninkatu 12, Helsinki

AGENDA:

  • Opening of the Meeting
  • Organization of the Meeting: Electing president and secretary of the meeting as well as scrutinizers of the minutes and counters of votes
  • Quorum of the Meeting
  • Presenting the Annual report and the Inspector's report 2018-19
  • Approving the annual audit and discharging members of the Board of Directors from liability
  • Approving the program plan and annual membership dues
  • Election of the Board of Directors 2019-20
  • Election of an activity inspector and vice-inspector
  • Other issues
  • Closing of the Meeting

PART 2) FINTERDIS NETWORKING EVENT on Tuesday, May 7, 2019

8:00-10:00pm, Roster Bar Lounge, Pohjoisesplanadi 17, Helsinki

Following the General Meeting on May 7, we invite you to join us at Roster Bar Lounge, reserved exclusively for the FINTERDIS community, to promote the free flow of ideas between different participants. The atmosphere invites open dialogue and sharing of ideas. Help us plan what FINTERDIS can and should be, tell us what you expect from us and how you would like to contribute!

REGISTRATION

In order to make sure we reserve enough space for both events, please email us at info@finterdis.fi and inform us about your participation by Friday, May 3, 2019! Let us know whether you are coming to the General Meeting, to the Networking Event, or both!

In case you have any questions or doubts, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

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FINTERDIS Board member, assistant professor Elina I. Mäkinen has written an article about the phases and motives behind FINTERDIS. You can access the article here.