Nominations for Committee

OHRN Constitution – Rule 19.1.2: A candidate’s written nomination, accompanied by the written consent of the nominee (who must be a financial member) with a certificate that the nominee is not disqualified from being appointed or holding office as a Committee Member by these Rules or the Act, shall be received by the Secretary at least twenty-one clear days before the date of the Annual General Meeting.

To nominate a person for one of the following roles, complete the form below:  Chair, Deputy Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, Committee Member

For 2022, nominations needed to be lodged before 7th June.

Nomination

DD slash MM slash YYYY
Candidates may self-nominate
Must be a current member of OHRN. If self-nominating, this may be left blank
Role(s) nominated for:(Required)
Certification(Required)
If you are not already a Committee Member, please give a very brief (two-sentence) resume of your background relating to the work of OHRN.

By clicking the "Certify nomination" button below, the candidate certifies that all matters in this application are true.

This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Disqualification from appointment

The following persons are disqualified from being appointed or holding office as a Committee Member:

  • a person who is under 16 years of age,
  • a person who is an undischarged bankrupt,
  • a person who is prohibited from being a director or promoter of, or being concerned or taking part in the management of, an incorporated or unincorporated body under the Companies Act 1993, the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013, or the Takeovers Act 1993,
  • a person who is disqualified from being a member of the Committee of a charitable entity under section 31(4)(b) of the Charities Act 2005,
  • a person who has been convicted of any of the following, and has been sentenced for the offence, within the last 7 years:
    • an offence under subpart 6 of Part 4,
    • a crime involving dishonesty (within the meaning of section 2(1) of the Crimes Act 1961),
    • an offence under section 143B of the Tax Administration Act 1994,
    • an offence, in a country other than New Zealand, that is substantially similar to an offence specified above,
    • a money laundering offence or an offence relating to the financing of terrorism, whether in New Zealand or elsewhere,
  • a person subject to:
    • an order under section 108 of the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003; or
    • a forfeiture order under the Criminal Proceeds (Recovery) Act 2009; or
    • a property order made under the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988, or whose property is managed by a trustee corporation under section 32 of that Act.
  • a person who is disqualified from being a member of the Committee of a charitable entity under section 16 of the Charities Act 2005.