APAY Executive Committee Meeting will be held through Zoom on 2nd and 3rd July

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Last Updated (Monday, 08 June 2020 14:59)

from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Hong Kong Time) respectively

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic unabated and prolonged, the Executive Committee Meeting of the APAY will be held, by the decision of the APAY Board, by online video conference (Zoom) on Thursday, 2nd July and Friday, 3rd July 2020 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Hong Kong time) respectively.

We expect that all members of the APAY Board, National Presidents and other Executive Committee Members, National General Secretaries and the members of various standing committees will be participating at the Executive Committee Meeting through Zoom. The ECM, as held in a limited time compared to previous in-person meetings, will have reduced agendas including the following:

  • Mission Review: Post-Covid19 World and YMCA Response
  • In Memoriam
  • Confirmation of the Minutes of the 2019 Executive Committee meeting
  • Adoption of new Standing Committee and Task Force members
  • Quadrennial Program Report
  • Reports and adoption of the standing committee minutes
  • Adoption of the QPP 2020~2023

As requested earlier through the circular, all the ECM members, NGSs and Standing Committee members are kindly required to register their participation through Google Registration Form attached to the circular by June 20, the latest. Then the APAY office will send the Zoom link to each participant separately for their connection to the virtual meeting on 2nd and 3rd July.

Also as informed earlier, all the Standing Committees of APAY will complete their first committee meetings before the ECM and get ready for reporting of the minutes. Some of the standing committees have already met by Zoom as you could see the outcomes of the meetings in the following articles.

APAY hope that all our leaders will understand the reason for holding the Executive Committee Meeting and Standing Committee meetings in such a limited fashion, as we are committed to continuing to work on fulfilling our mission, even during this time of the pandemic. The greater crisis we face, the more solidary and mutual support are called upon as the YMCA Bible passage reminds us, “that they all may be one”!