General Assembly

The General Assembly is the highest decision making forum of the APA and is held every three years in an indigenous community. It represents the total membership of the organization where at least one member of each APA unit and the Executive Committee are required to be present when an Assembly is being held.

The Assembly, among other things, analyses reports by its members, decides on the general work plan for the organisation for a three year period and elects the members of the Executive Committee. The Assembly is the only forum where changes to the APA constitution can be made.

Photos from our 2011 General Assembly

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