Vote in the RJC's 2016 trustee election
Voting is now open in the 2016 election for the RJC’s board of trustees. The board is the RJC's governing body and plays a vital role in guiding our work. The elections are our members’ chance to have a say in who carries out these important roles.
The RJC board is made up of a maximum of seven membership trustees elected from and by the membership and six council trustees appointed for their specialist skills and experience.
There are two vacancies this year for membership trustees and four members standing for election. They are Maggie Donnelly, Richard Monkhouse, Brian Neale and Garry Shewan. More information on each candidate is included in the Trustee nomination brochure.
In addition, Radhika Chadwick has completed her first term as a council trustee and we are delighted that she is putting herself forward for a second term. You are invited to ratify her reappointment, which has the unanimous support of the RJC’s board.
To find out more about the candidates please download the Trustee nomination brochure, available below. You can also find out more about our existing trustees here.
Only RJC members can vote in the election. To vote, please download and complete the voting form – available below – and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or return it by post to Jon Collins at Restorative Justice Council, Unit CC3.114, 1-3 Brixton Road, Oval, London SW9 6DE, to arrive no later than 12 noon on Friday 18 November 2016.
Alternatively you can vote at the RJC’s AGM on 22 November 2016. You can find out more about the event and register to attend here.