International Hearing Voices Projects (known as ‘Intervoice’) is a registered charity and, as such, convenes an annual AGM at which its trustee board are elected.
All full members have voting rights and are welcome to stand for election. This page details the process of standing as, or voting for, a board member. If you have any questions about this process, please contact [email protected]
Who Can Stand for Election as a Board Member?
Any full member is welcome to stand for election to the board. A full member is someone who has joined (either online or by filling in a form) and paid their fees. If you would like to stand for election but have not yet joined as a full member, please make sure you have completed your membership application and paid you fees before submitting your nomination form.
See: Join Us – become a member for more information on becoming a full member.
How Many Places Are There on the Board?
There are a total of 8 places on the board.
How Do I Stand for Election?
Nominations are closed for the current year, and will re-open in advance of next year’s AGM. If you are interested in becoming a trustee of Intervoice, please read the essential documents (below). We will add information on how to gain a nomination in advance of next year’s AGM.
Trustee Information (find out what being a Trustee at Intervoice involves))
Intervoice Articles of Association for a Charitable Company (the Constitution)
The Essential Trustee – Charity Commission Guidance (inc your legal responsibilites)