AGM followed by presentation on New Zealand and the Lethal Autonomous Weapons Debate

Jeremy Moses, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Canterbury

Tuesday, 17th May 2022 5:00pm

Christchurch

Logie 613, University of Canterbury Ilam Campus

We are delighted to invite you to the Christchurch Branch's annual AGM to be held on Tuesday the 17th of May at 5pm. Please find attached the agenda for the AGM. This year's AGM will be followed by a presentation from Jeremy Moses on New Zealand and the Lethal Autonomous Weapons Debate, please see the attached flyer for more information. 

This year's AGM will be held in Logie 613 on the University of Canterbury Ilam Campus, with an option to attend via zoom. 

For those unfamiliar with the campus layout, a map of the campus is below. The Logie building can be found on the map at H5, located by the Faculty of Arts.

For those who will be attending via zoom: https://canterbury.zoom.us/j/98699793109 

We are thankful to be able to hold the AGM and host Jeremy in person, however due to the orange traffic light settings there are some precautions that have been put in place.

Orange Traffic Light Settings at UC:

UC is committed to the safety of our students, staff and community. We have thorough event management plans that ensure our guests have an enriching experience, and all risks are minimalised. We strongly encourage the use of masks within University buildings. We are confident this event will be safe for all guests and event staff. Vaccine passes are no longer required.

Note: Please stay at home if you are:

  • unwell
  • waiting for a COVID-19 test result
  • self-isolating
  • a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19. 

 

Please follow the Ministry of Health guidelines on how to minimise the risk of getting sick at an event. Face coverings are required for UC personnel, our guests are encouraged (but not required) to wear masks. 

If you have any questions please contact the CHA Secretary.

Flyer         AGM Agenda         University Campus Map

We look forward to seeing you there.

Contact the Christchurch branch

CHAIR SANDEEP SHARMA

ssh297@uclive.ac.nz

We are delighted to invite you to the Christchurch Branch's annual AGM to be held on Tuesday the 17th of May at 5pm. Please find attached the agenda for the AGM. This year's AGM will be followed by a presentation from Jeremy Moses on New Zealand and the Lethal Autonomous Weapons Debate, please see the attached flyer for more information. 

This year's AGM will be held in Logie 613 on the University of Canterbury Ilam Campus, with an option to attend via zoom. 

For those unfamiliar with the campus layout, a map of the campus is below. The Logie building can be found on the map at H5, located by the Faculty of Arts.

For those who will be attending via zoom: https://canterbury.zoom.us/j/98699793109 

We are thankful to be able to hold the AGM and host Jeremy in person, however due to the orange traffic light settings there are some precautions that have been put in place.

Orange Traffic Light Settings at UC:

UC is committed to the safety of our students, staff and community. We have thorough event management plans that ensure our guests have an enriching experience, and all risks are minimalised. We strongly encourage the use of masks within University buildings. We are confident this event will be safe for all guests and event staff. Vaccine passes are no longer required.

Note: Please stay at home if you are:

  • unwell
  • waiting for a COVID-19 test result
  • self-isolating
  • a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19. 

 

Please follow the Ministry of Health guidelines on how to minimise the risk of getting sick at an event. Face coverings are required for UC personnel, our guests are encouraged (but not required) to wear masks. 

If you have any questions please contact the CHA Secretary.

Flyer         AGM Agenda         University Campus Map

We look forward to seeing you there.

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