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GA22: Call for Delegates

The Federation of Young European Greens warmly invites you to join our General Assembly (GA) between 25 - 29 May 2022 in Karlsruhe, Germany with Compromise Amendment Sessions taking place online on 20 May 2022 and 23 May 2022.  

The General Assembly is the most important decision-making event that takes place each year. It is the occasion to reflect on our work, elect our leadership and decide on our future plans. The General Assembly will be combined with a spring conference on imagining the future and alternatives to the non-functioning current system we live in. 

We are very happy to host the General Assembly with Grüne Jugend - German Young Greens.

Registration of delegates

FYEG encourages you to start choosing your two delegates and preparing them for GA already.

Here is the registration form for the delegates. Please fill it in as soon as possible. Deadline for registering delegates and observers is April 14th Thursday 23:59 CET. 

Important: All participants should be fully vaccinated in order to attend FYEG General Assembly and they are required to bring proof of a negative PCR test done 48 hours before their arrival to FYEG event. Read more on the Practical Information page.

 

Selection of delegates and observers

  • Each Full Member Organisation has a right to nominate up to two delegates. 

    • Travel costs, accommodation and lodging costs of the first delegate is covered by FYEG. First delegates do not pay a participation fee.

    • Travel costs, accommodation and lodging costs of the second delegate is covered by FYEG. Participation fee for second delegate is 70 euros if at least one delegate self-identifies as woman, trans or genderqueer. (or 140 euros if no delegate identifies as woman, trans or genderqueer).

  • Each Candidate or Associate Member Organisation has a right to nominate up to two delegates. 

    • Travel costs, accommodation and lodging costs of the first delegate can be covered by FYEG upon requests. First delegates do not pay a participation fee.

    • Travel costs, accommodation and lodging costs of the second delegate can be covered by FYEG upon request. Participation fee for second delegate is 70 euros if at least one delegate self-identifies as woman, trans or genderqueer. (or 140 euros if no delegate identifies as woman, trans or genderqueer). 

    • Reimbursement of travel for delegates from Candidate or Associate MOs will be decided on a case by case basis, only after approval by the FYEG Treasurer

  • Each Full Member Organisation has two voting rights at the General Assembly if the membership fee is paid. Candidate and Associate Member Organisations do not have a voting right. Working Group delegates do not have a voting right.

  • Other members of FYEG Member Organisations (Full, Candidate, Observer) and Working Group members can register as Observers. Observers will be able to follow the discussions as participants. There is no limit to the number of Observers. The travel costs of Observers are not covered by FYEG. 

  • Full participation fee for Observers is 300 euros. It covers the accommodation cost and the meal costs.

  • Basic participation fee for Observers is 100 euros. It covers meals. 

  • It's good practice to have one experienced delegate (who has been to previous GAs or MO forum) and one less experienced delegate (to ensure transfer of knowledge).

  • Member Organisations should strive to send delegations to the General Assembly that are gender-balanced and consist of delegates maximum aged 30 years old. If the organisation is unable to find delegates within the age limit, they can send older delegates aged 31-35.

 

Programme:

 

The General Assembly will take place in Karlsruhe, Germany between 25th and 29th of May 2022 with two Compromise Amendment Sessions taking place online on 20 May 2022 and 23 May 2022. Please see the Program for more information.

 

Registration in person is open from Wednesday, 25th of May. That’s the day when we expect delegates to arrive in Karlsruhe. The General Assembly Programme will start on 26th of May in the morning (full days on 26th, 27th and 28th of May). Delegates are expected to depart on Sunday, 29th of May.