In accordance with the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 (Vic) (the AIR Act), UMGSA operates under a set of rules that it calls a Constitution. The purpose of this document is to provide GSA members (including GSA Board, Representative Council Members and Faculty Council Members) with an overview of the key provisions of the Constitution as well as their general duties and responsibilities.
The GSA Electoral Regulations are made by the Electoral Tribunal in accordance with rule 13.5(a) of the Constitution.
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An honorarium is an honorary payment made to someone in recognition of their professional service. It is typically a good will payment made as an indication of appreciation and to honour an individual for their service. The GSA constitution at clauses 7.2 & 9.2 specifies that recipients of honorarium payments are not employees of the Association and are not entitled to benefits resulting from employment.
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GSA Regulations for Representative Council and Faculty Council
The purpose of this document is to outline the regulations and responsibilities of the Representative Council and Faculty Council of the University of Melbourne Graduate Student Association Inc. It specifies the composition, eligibility, election process, and duties of council members, as well as rules regarding meetings, cessation, and filling of vacancies.
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GSA Governance Charter
Environmental Sustainability Management Plan Policy
Customer Service Charter Policy