Area Activists’ Meetings

Areas Activists Meetings (AACs)

Arrangements are now in place for holding the Area Activists’ Meetings in your area. Please click here for more information.

Please click here to download the calling notice (note: UPDATED version here) to these Meeting, which includes the necessary forms for members to complete if they wish to attend and/or be nominated to their respective Area Activists’ Committee (AAC).

Below please find links to documentation/paperwork for the Conferences/Committees for Regional Officers & Staff & Reps. If members require a printed copy of the paperwork, please contact your local Unite Office who will be happy to assist.

Area Activists’ Meeting Standing Orders 2022 (includes Order of Business/Agenda)

Composition/make up of the Area Activists’s Committees (AACs)

Area Activists’ Committee (AAC) Model Agenda 1st Meeting of AAC 2022

Equalities Report

International Report – Irish Regional Conference 2022

EC Equality Statement on the importance of minimum proportionality

Unite Constitutional Schedule for planning meetings 2022

Breakdown of Delegates to the Irish Executive Committee 2022-2025

Breakdown of AAC delegates to the Irish Policy Conference

Unite Harassment Policy

Area Activists’ Meetings will decide on the Union’s engagement with the community in your area as well as electing the Area Activists’ Committee which will be the voice of the Union in your locality. Area Activists’ Meetings are open to all activists, retired members who are officers of retired members’ branches, retired members who are branch officers of workplace, local or national branches of the union and community members.

Please click here for Guidance for Fulltime Officers and Staff for the purpose of organising and running the events.

Please note that this page has been set up for access to information for reps/full-time officers/staff in Ireland. It will be updated over the coming weeks with guidance/agendas/standing orders/dates of meetings/elections to higher bodies etc.

Conference Unit

Ireland Region