Resolution Submission - Annual General Meeting

Resolution Submission
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Use the following form to submit your resoltuion.

Deadline:  11:59 PM April 10, 2021

For guidance on the submission of a resolution, click here to view the submission guidelines document.

 
 

Your First & Last Name
 
 
This is the introduction to your resolution.
 
 
What is it that you want the SALPN Council to do? Who is to take the action, what is the action, to whole is the action directed, and a timeline for the action.

 
 
 

Explanatory Notes

Why do you believe this issue should be addressed? You should briefly identify the problem, advise to the urgency of resolving the problem, and indicate what actions you feel would be required to facilitate the change. If you are making more than one point, please order you points numerically.

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