The agenda will be available on the Congress website in early February.
Available online around six weeks before Congress, this information gives an unbiased, four-country perspective of the issue being debated. This information will also be printed in your Congress Guide, available when you arrive at Congress.
Find out the views and feelings of your branch, forum or representative committee.
to agree your voting strategy
It’s crucial that you’re familiar with the whole agenda, as Congress can decide to change the order order of debates during the event itself. This is to ensure Congress always reflects the most important issues of the day, and to make time for Emergency Resolutions to be debated.
There are areas set aside for all voting members, and there will be seating plans in your Congress Guide, and RCN staff available at the venue to help you find the correct seat. The delegate pack you receive in the weeks leading up to Congress will contain your voting cards. The Vice Chair of Congress will let you know when it’s time to vote.
Share your experiences of Congress with other members of your branch, forum or representative committee – for example, attend a branch committee meeting and talk about the issues raised in the debates.