FAI Hang Gliding and Paragliding Commission (CIVL)
CIVL Plenary Agenda
CIVL Plenary 2021 Agenda with its Annexes (Reports and Proposals) are published just under. Click on the blue title "PLENARY 2021 VIDEOCONFERENCE" - it will open a documents folder and you will see all related subfolders and files. Plenary Programme and Agenda are on top. Reports and Proposals are located in Annexes folder.
2021 CIVL Plenary
The 2021 CIVL Plenary will be held online, using Zoom platforms from February 1 to 7, 2021. Secret voting will be secured by using the electionrunner platform.
Experience shows that online discussion when many people are participating can be confusing, frustrating, not very efficient. This is why all issues, including proposals and bids, will be published and discussed beforehand in dedicated Basecamp platforms for the CIVL Delegates. Our plenary will be successful if we anticipate and work throughout December and January.
All Zoom session will take part from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., Lausanne time.
Back-up sessions may be programmed as needed from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Delegates in faraway time zone are welcome to comment on our time choices.
The programme may be adjusted. It will be finalised on Monday, January 25.
Monday, February 1 – Open meetings
- Joint Hang Gliding and Paragliding
Tuesday, February 2 – Open meetings
- Hang Gliding
Wednesday, February 3 – Open meetings
Thursday, February 4 – Plenary session 1
- Reports – 2020 Budget – Proposals
Friday, February 5 – Plenary session 2
Saturday, February 6 – Plenary session 3
- Provisional budget
- Bids presentation
- Nominations for CIVL President and Bureau members
- Nominations for Chairs of the Hang Gliding, Paragliding, Accuracy and Aerobatic Committee
Sunday, February 7 – Plenary session 4
- Any other matters
- Votes on bids
- Votes on awards
- Election of the CIVL President and Bureau members
- Election of the Chairs of the Hang Gliding, Paragliding, Accuracy and Aerobatic Committees.
If a Delegate or their Alternate of a Member cannot attend a meeting, the Member may give a proxy to another Delegate. (BL 3.3.2)
Proxies must be:
• given in writing to the FAI Head Office before the meeting. (Statutes 188.8.131.52.4)
• acknowledged by the Member accepting them (Statutes 184.108.40.206.4)
• signed by the President or Secretary General of the FAI Member concerned (BL 3.3.2)
A Member can have only one proxy at any one time (Statutes 1.12.4)
Proxies are not valid when voting for FAI Awards (Statutes 220.127.116.11)
Commission Presidents may not carry proxies (By-Laws 3.3.2)
If you wish to use a proxy, a copy of the notification has to be sent in advance to the FAI HO (email: firstname.lastname@example.org / fax : +41 21 345 10 77) by the Member issuing the proxy.
Such a proxy delegation of voting rights shall require prior acknowledgement by the NAC accepting the proxy.
You can use the text form by this link. Please remember that only proxies signed by the President or Secretary-General of the FAI Member concerned are acceptable.
The list of FAI Member organisations is available at https://www.fai.org/members