Apply to SYL’s General Assembly Delegation or to candidacy for the SYL Board!

The National Union of University Students in Finland SYL represents university students in national decision-making. The plan of work and policy paper guiding SYL’s advocacy work will be approved at the General Assembly, where the Board of the Union will also be elected. The 2022 General Assembly will be held on 18ꟷ19 Nov 2022 at Korpilampi.
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Some AYY delegates at the General Assembly in 2021

The National Union of University Students in Finland SYL represents university students in national decision-making. The plan of work and policy paper guiding SYL’s advocacy work will be approved at the General Assembly, where the Board of the Union will also be elected. The 2022 General Assembly will be held on 18ꟷ19 Nov 2022 at Korpilampi. SYL’s General Assembly offers an excellent view into the student movement and national advocacy improving the students’ daily lives.

At the General Assembly, AYY will be represented by a delegation of 16 General Assembly representatives and their deputies entitled to vote on behalf of the Student Union. The Representative Council appoints the delegation on the proposal of the Board. Those elected to the delegation are expected to attend the related pre-meetings: 3.10. 5.00pm – 7:00pm, 12.10. 5.00pm-7.00pm, 5.11. 5.00pm – 7.00pm, 10.11. 3.00pm – 7.00pm and 23.11. 5.00pm – 7.00pm.

You can apply for the delegation until 11.59pm on 8 September 2022 through this form.  

You can read about the rules of procedure of the General Assembly Delegation here.

You can also apply as AYY’s candidate for the SYL Board!

According to AYY’s General Assembly regulation, the Student Union Board nominates candidates to the SYL Board after consulting the delegation or the Representative Council groups. The Chair and members of the SYL Board appointed at the 2022 general assembly will work in their position for the calendar year 2023. The work in the SYL Board is a full-time position of trust, where you can contribute to creating a better future for every university student. AYY’s chair or board member candidates are required to commit to the position for the entire year and to have understanding of student advocacy and great motivation for the job.

Applications and resumés can be sent to [email protected] by 11.59pm on 6 Sept 2022.

Further information: Laura Luoto, Advocacy and Communications Manager, tel. 040 575 9092, [email protected]
 

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