In addition to normal decisions of the committee, the committee can introduce society policies aside the society constitutions, that will dictate the conduct of the society. Policy introduced needs a simple majority of committee members to pass, and can be overturned by 2/3 majority of society members present at a Society meeting. Constitutional amendments require a 2/3 majority of committee members and approval of the UEASU Union Council.
Signed 1 September, 2012
The constitution outlines the founding principles and rules pertaining to the functions of the society. The signature of this document by our Founder and first President, Louise Wiggins, marked the beginning of our society.
The constitution is based on the standard Students' Union constitution for societies.
Policy I - Committee Roles
Last Amended 22 March, 2016
The first policy enacted by the society established standardised roles of the committee. Committees have amended the original document based on trial and error. The original proposal was introduced by former President Alex George.
September, 2018 - Comprehensive Amendment
March, 2016 - Minor Amendment
October, 2016 - Comprehensive Amendment
March 2015 - Comprehensive Amendment
April 2014 - Original
Policy II - Conference Policy
Passed 5 October, 2015
The second policy enacted by the society committee determines the rules guiding the organisation of UEAMUN delegations to conferences. Outlined is the conduct of head delegates, committee members attending conferences, and society members participating in the delegation. Introduced by former President Michal Wichowski, and was applied to the organisation of delegations that academic year.