Invitation for the EATA General Assembly 2016

Invitation for the EATA General Assembly 2016

Dear EATA members:
Our 2016 General Assembly will be held on

Wednesday, July 6th, 2016, 19.00 o’clock

Venue:

Centre International de Conférence de Genève
17, rue de Varembé
1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland
www.cicg.ch

You are kindly invited to attend, with the following agenda:

1. Welcomes and presentation of officers
2. Vote: Approval of the minutes: General Assembly 2015 in Rome
3. President’s report
4. Treasurer’s report
5. Vote: Acceptance of the accounts and vote to give release to the Council and officers
6. Miscellaneous
7. Good bye’s

Agenda

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Krispijn Plettenberg, EATA President
Oana Panescu, EATA General Secretary

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EATA 2016 Conference, Press release

Identity, Integration and Boundaries.

On behalf of the European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA) and the hosting national association, Association Suisse d’Analyse Transactionnelle Suisse-Romande (ASAT-SR), we are delighted to welcome you to Geneva for EATA’s conference on the theme of Identity, Integration and Boundaries.

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EATA 2016 Conference Press Release
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Call for EATA NEWSLETTER EDITOR

We are looking for a new EATA Newsletter Editor.
The current EATA Newsletter Editor will end her term in Geneva, July 2016. Therefore we wish to appoint a new Newsletter Editor to take the role over.
A proficient enough level in English is required.
The person appointed will be invited to join the Council meeting in Geneva (4-6th July 2016).
If you are interested, please send a letter to the current Newsletter Editor, Rosanna Giacometto eata.editor@gmail.com
The closing date will be 31 May 2016.

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