Submit a Congress agenda item

Having an item debated at Congress is a great opportunity to highlight important issues and influence the RCN's work.

Suggestions for potential agenda items can be submitted by RCN boards, branches, forums or representative committee members by completing the form below. The closing date for submissions is 6 January 2020.

If you have a bright idea or there is an issue you are passionate about but don't know who your board or committee members are then please email and we will put you in touch.

If you would like this form in a different format, for example as a Word document or large print, please email us at

E.g. Name of branch, forum or committee

Your details

Phone number during Congress

Authorising Person

Phone number during Congress

Proposed item

Your proposed wording should be no longer than 512 characters in length. If you go over this character limit the form will not submit. See our 'What makes a good Congress agenda item?' guidance for tips on how to word a resolution or matter for discussion

Explain in no more than 400 words why the Agenda Committee should consider your proposed agenda item for inclusion on the Congress agenda.

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What makes a good agenda item?

Read our tips on submitting an agenda item that is sure to engage delegates.

'Be brave'

Chair of RCN Congress BJ Waltho shares her advice on submitting Congress agenda items and emergency agenda items, and explains what the agenda committee is looking for.

Page last updated - 07/01/2020