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The Society’s Research Groups usually hold their Annual General Meetings during the Annual Conference. But this year, with the conference postponed to August 2021, the Research Groups will be holding their AGMs online.
The AGMs allow the Research Groups to come together as communities, report to their members on activity in the preceding year and set priorities and plan for the coming months.If you are interested in hearing more about a Group’s work, or getting involved, these will be a great opportunity to find out more.
You can find details here about days and times of specific AGMs, along with information about how to sign up to attend. If you have any questions please do get in touch.
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