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Wednesday, 29 May | 12:25-13:55 | Session Room 201

Invitation to the SETAC Europe vzw General Assembly

Dear SETAC Europe vzw member,

You are cordially invited to the SETAC Europe vzw General Assembly.

During the SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting at the Messukeskus Helsinki, Expo and Conference Centre, Messuaukio 1, 00520, Helsinki, Finland, the General Assembly will convene from 12:25 to 13:55 on Wednesday, 29 May 2019  in Session Room 201. Lunch will be served in the room.

The General assembly will be asked to vote for the approval of the minutes of the General Assembly held in Rome 2018, the financial statement 2018 and the budget for 2019, and to elect new members into SETAC Europe council for the 2019-2022 term.

Please note that only SETAC Europe VZW members registered as a voting member are entitled to vote. To manage your profile and voting status, please log in at www.setac.org with your username and password. Go to ‘manage profile’ -> Edit Bio -> scroll down to ‘Additional information’ and change your voting status and save the changes.

Have you forgotten your password and/or username, please contact Ann Goubert at the Brussels office.

The agenda and all relevant meeting documents, including the list of candidates for SETAC Europe council elections, the SETAC Annual Report 2018, the SETAC Europe financial statement 2018 and budget 2019, the minutes of the Rome 2018 General Assembly and a template for a proxy form will be made available in due time.

Any questions or concerns? Please feel free to contact the Brussels office at setaceu@setac.org.

Yours sincerely,

Karel De Schamphelaere, SETAC Europe President

SETAC Europe Council

SETAC Europe is governed by a Council of 20 members, elected by the general membership at the Annual General Assembly (AGA) which convenes every year during the SETAC Europe Annual Meeting. If you are a SETAC member from Europe, you are strongly encouraged to attend the assembly. Lunch will be provided.

SETAC is the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Our vision is “Environmental Quality Through Science®“.

It is a global not-for-profit scientific society of more than 5,300 individuals across the world. Our members are scientists working in academia, government, industry, consultancy, or NGO’s.  Science-based, multidisciplinary and multisector are the founding principles of SETAC. Our mission is to support the development of principles and practices for protection, enhancement and management of sustainable environmental quality and ecosystem integrity.

SETAC Europe is one of five Geographic Units of the global society, formally established in 1989 to promote and further the mission of SETAC in Europe, the Middle East and Russia.