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* The potluck worked and keeps improving. Let's keep doing this and it will then become part of our "pirate culture". --[[User:Valerie|Valerie]] ([[User talk:Valerie|talk]]) 09:58, 10 August 2014 (CEST)
 
* The potluck worked and keeps improving. Let's keep doing this and it will then become part of our "pirate culture". --[[User:Valerie|Valerie]] ([[User talk:Valerie|talk]]) 09:58, 10 August 2014 (CEST)

Revision as of 09:00, 10 August 2014

Introduction

The Pirate Party is in perpetual evolution. It's time for a new General Assembly cycle.

It will start in May, 31th and will end with the actual General Assembly on August 9th.

We will follow a new protocol, voted during the last General Assembly:

Motion 2 (Statutes), point 14 of the following document: http://wiki.pirateparty.be/images/c/c4/EGA14-01_voting_document.pdf

Approved by the General Assembly of January 2014: Events/EGA:2014-01/voting-day1

Planning

Before we begin

"The Coreteam meets to define questions for Pirates. The questions should be simply worded, unambiguous and as open as possible"

Subject will be:

  How can we improve the internal functioning of the Pirate Party in the coming years, 
  based on the experiences of the past years?

Contribution (5 weeks) | May, 31st to July, 5th at 23h59

" All the Pirates have the opportunity to make any response (s) to the question (s) asked. The duration of this period is five weeks. After two weeks, then every week, the Coreteam send an email to motivate all members. The texts are published on the website as and when they arrive, and assigned a number that identifies it. At the end of five weeks, no further contributions will be accepted, the list of contributions is stopped. "

Read the contributions

Amendments (3 weeks) | July, 6th to July 26th at 23h59

"All the Pirates have the opportunity to modify, edit, delete, correct, translate contributions. The duration of this period is three weeks. At the end of three weeks, all amended texts become the " raw material " from which will be drawn up proposals to vote. "

Read the amendments

Proposals to vote ( 2 weeks) | July 26th to August 8th at 12h00 (noon)

"All Pirates have the opportunity to build from the "raw material" proposals to vote . The duration of this period is two weeks."

Read the proposals

General Assembly | 9/8/2014

Agenda of the day: http://wiki.pirateparty.be/index.php/Events/EGA:2014-08/Assembly

Presentation of the morning: http://wiki.pirateparty.be/index.php/File:Presentation_EGA.pdf

Results

All results are available here.

Feedback and Follow-up

We used this protocol for the following GA's : Louvain-la-Neuve (December 2012), Strombeek-Bever (March 2013) & Gent (June 2013).

It can certainly be improved. Let's learn together.

Follow-up on proposals

Proposals that were rejected or suspended and could be re-worked:

New ideas that came out from the discussions:

  • We need to think about how we want the party to be financed (e.g. if crowdfunding, how?) cf. vote 1
  • The mediation commission should motivate its decision
  • What about the link between press squad, crews and local press? (cf. vote 45)

Your feedback on the protocol

  • Better advertising on the opening of the submssions/amendments etc. should be done + discussions within crews, to make sure all pirates are aware and take part in the process.

Your feedback on the organisation

  • The potluck worked and keeps improving. Let's keep doing this and it will then become part of our "pirate culture". --Valerie (talk) 09:58, 10 August 2014 (CEST)