IE General Assembly participants, Image: Iva Klaric Vujovic

IE’s General Assembly took place in Koper, Slovenia, on 21 March as well as online.

The General Assembly was attended by members who had travelled to Slovenia for iecon24 and was also made available for members to join online if they were not able to make it in person.
The minutes of the previous meeting along with the annual reports for 2023 from management and the supervisory committee were accepted.

An overview of IE activities was given by Managing Director, Helena Vičič. Sandy Colvine from the supervisory committee then gave a brief look at the strategy for 2025-2029, with thanks to members who have shared their thoughts during the planning process to help develop this plan for the next few years. There was only one proposal for members to vote on, which was from the supervisory committee regarding rules and procedures. The proposal was emailed to all members on 29 February. A total of 62 votes were registered (either from individual members or representatives of institutional or business members) and of these 34 were cast. This is a very low percentage of IE’s total membership,  but does constitute a quorum. The proposal was accepted by 32 of the 34 votes, with 2 abstentions.

Our thanks to Eva Sandberg of the supervisory committee for chairing the meeting.

To cite this article: IE Management (2024) ‘General Assembly results’ in Interpret Europe Newsletter 1-2024, pg.9.
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