理事會決議摘要
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2023年5月及7月


2022-23年度國際扶輪理事會於2023年5月25日舉行會議,審查了6個委員會的報告並記錄了28項決議。2023-24年度理事會於7月1日就職前,於2023年6月2日召開會議,通過了多項營運的決議,這些決議僅於7月1日生效。

行政管理

理事會

  • 對扶輪研習會的有關政策做出多項修改,以提高該學習活動的整體效能,並提供區域上的彈性,俾最能滿足當地扶輪研習會的需求;
  • 同意國際扶輪社長提名委員會確定的前6名社長候選人將獲得資助前往國際扶輪總部One Rotary Center現場面試;
  • 修改了「不遵守規定」(non-compliant)扶輪社的相關政策,將有30%或超過30%社員不付費訂閱扶輪雜誌的扶輪社列入「不遵守規定」;
  • 核准每期國際扶輪英文月刊Rotary雜誌的訂閱費上漲0.50 美元;
  • 鑒於一致的(扶輪)品牌訊息及視覺識別對於提高扶輪的認識與瞭解至關重要,
  • 敦促「視覺識別」(visual identity)成為扶輪社社長、地區總監和公共形象協調人訓練的一部分;
  • 同意扶輪公共形象協調人及總監對維護地區/區域內的品牌忠誠度負責(responsible and accountable);
  • 鼓勵在扶輪社領導人中培養擁護(扶輪)品牌的文化;
  • 將扶輪形象及遵守扶輪品牌的目標加入扶輪社中央系統(Rotary Club Central)的目標中心(Goal Center),以促進扶輪社領導人對遵守扶輪品牌負責;
  • 要求只有遵守品牌規定的扶輪社(或扶輪附屬實體)才能在扶輪媒體上刊登文章;
  • 同意一切扶輪活動均「遵守品牌」(on brand)規定,並要求秘書長強制執行此一遵守品牌規定。

扶輪社及地區

理事會

  • 將白俄羅斯的扶輪社置於非地區(non-districted)狀態,並將「額外支持」(additionally-supported)狀態擴展到2232地區(烏克蘭);
  • 鼓勵各地區為新社員組織全區「潛在社員」(prospective member)資訊會議及說明會議。

會議

理事會

  • 提醒2025年立法會議代表考慮在立法會議提出的任何建議立法案可能對扶青產生的影響。

財務

理事會

  • 核准了2023-24年度預算,總收入為125,346,000美元,總支出為128,073,000美元,以及從準備金提用2,895,000美元。
  • 核准將非限定用途捐獻中的123,952,000 美元供2023-24年度扶輪基金會計畫預算使用;
  • 核准了2024-26年「根除小兒麻痺等疾病溝通」(PolioPlus Communication)支出計劃,總計200萬美元,其中50%將分配給扶輪基金會。


2023-24
年度理事會第一次會議的決議

理事會

  • 核准理事梅瑞威瑟-阿濟茲Pat Merryweather-Arges 擔任2023-24年度國際扶輪副社長;
  • 核准理事凱斯勒 Drew Kessler 擔任2023-24年度國際扶輪財務;
  • 同意1A、3、14、18、22、29、32 及34 地帶應在2023-24年度選出提名委員會委員, 以提名將在2026年7月1日起任職於理事會的國際扶輪理事;
  • 為國際扶輪及扶輪基金會制定了以下的2024-25年度目標:

優先事項1目標增加我們的影響

1. 根除小兒麻痺、突顯扶輪的作用、並為一個小兒麻痺絕跡的世界做好規劃。

2. 增加對扶輪基金會的捐獻總額,並在2025年之前將永久基金增加至20.25億美元。

3. 鼓勵對扶輪社、地區及國際層級的服務專案與計劃進行社區評估及衡量。

優先事項2的目標擴展我們的觸及

4. 推動各項行動在我們的扶輪社及扶輪大家庭中培養多元、平等及包容。

5. 加強現有的關係並發展與我們行動計畫一致的新夥伴關係。

6. 建立及培養創新的扶輪社及新加入者的參與管道。

7. 增進人們認識與瞭解扶輪及扶輪社員對當地與全球社區的影響。

優先事項3目標促使參與者投入

8. 增強社員參與的工具,支援扶輪社滿足社員的需求並提高社員的續留率。

9. 增強參與者之間的合作與連結,特別是扶輪社與扶青社。

10. 強調扶輪提供的培養專業人士連結人脈及培養領導技能的機會。

優先事項4目標——增強我們的適應能力

11. 藉由測試創新的方法來支援因應不同區域的適應能力,以促進更大的合作與營運效率。

12. 支援在我們領導與治理方面的多元、平等及包容。


Board Decisions

May and "July" 2023


The 2022–23 RI Board of Directors met on 25 May 2023 and reviewed six committee reports and recorded 28 decisions. The 2023–24 Board met on 2 June 2023 to adopt various operational decisions before taking office on 1 July, with such decisions being effective only on 1 July.

Administration

The Board


  • made several amendments to its policy regarding Rotary institutes to increase their overall effectiveness as learning events and to provide for regional flexibility to best meet local Rotarian needs;
  • agreed that the top six candidates for president identified by the Nominating Committee for RI President will be funded to travel to One Rotary Center for in-person interviews;
  • amended its policy regarding “non-compliant” clubs to include any club where 30 percent or more of its members are not paid subscribers to a Rotary magazine;
  • approved a US$0.50 subscription price increase per issue of Rotary magazine;
  • in recognizing that consistent brand messaging and visual identity are critical to improving awareness and understanding of Rotary,


o  urged that “visual identity” be part of Rotary training for club presidents, district governors, and public image coordinators;

o   agreed that Rotary public image coordinators and district governors are responsible and accountable for maintaining brand fidelity in their districts/regions;

o    encouraged a culture of brand champions among club leaders;

o  added Rotary image and brand compliance goals to the Goal Center on Rotary Club Central to foster brand compliance accountability among Rotary club leaders;

o   requested that only those clubs (or Rotary-affiliated entities) that are brand compliant be featured in Rotary media outlets;

o  agreed that all Rotary events be “on brand” compliant and requested the general secretary to enforce this brand compliance.

Clubs and Districts

The Board


  • placed the clubs in Belarus into non-districted status and extended “additionally-supported” status to District 2232 (Ukraine);
  • encouraged districts to organize district-wide “prospective member” information meetings and orientation events for new members.


Meetings

The Board

·       reminded 2025 Council representatives to consider the impact any proposed legislation at the Council may have on Rotaract.

Finances

The Board


  • approved a 2023–24 budget of US$125,346,000 total revenue, $128,073,000 total expenses, and funding from reserves of $2,895,00.
  • approved use of $123,952,000 from unrestricted contribution for the 2023–24 Rotary Foundation programs budget;
  • approved the 2024–26 PolioPlus Communications spending plan, totaling $2 million, of which 50 percent shall be allocated to The Rotary Foundation.


Decisions from the first meeting of the 2023–24 Board

The Board


  • approved director Pat Merryweather-Arges as the 2023–24 Rotary International vice president;
  • approved director Drew Kessler as the 2023–24 Rotary International treasurer;
  • agreed that Zones 1A, 3, 14, 18, 22, 29, 32, and 34 shall select committees in 2023–24 to nominate RI directors to serve on the Board beginning 1 July 2026
  • adopted the following 2024–25 annual goals for Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation:


GOALS FOR PRIORITY 1 – INCREASE OUR IMPACT

1.    Eradicate polio, highlight Rotary's role, and plan for a polio-free world.

2.   Increase the overall giving to The Rotary Foundation and build the Endowment Fund to $2.025 billion by 2025.

3.   Encourage community assessments and measurement of projects and programs at the club, district, and international level.

GOALS FOR PRIORITY 2 – EXPAND OUR REACH

4.   Advance actions to cultivate diversity, equity, and inclusion in our clubs and the family of Rotary.

5.  Strengthen existing relationships and develop new partnerships that align with our Action Plan.

6.   Establish and nurture innovative clubs and new participant engagement channels.

7. Increase awareness and understanding of Rotary and our members' impact in communities locally and globally.

GOALS FOR PRIORITY 3 – ENHANCE PARTICIPANT ENGAGEMENT

8.  Enhance member engagement tools that support clubs in meeting their members' needs and increasing member retention.

9.  Increase collaboration and connection among participants, particularly Rotary and Rotaract clubs.

10.  Highlight opportunities offered through Rotary to foster professional connections and build leadership skills.

GOALS FOR PRIORITY 4 – INCREASE OUR ABILITY TO ADAPT

11. Support regional adaptability by testing innovative approaches to foster greater collaboration and operating efficiencies.

12.   Support diversity, equity, and inclusion in our leadership and governance.


台灣扶輪月刊 譯  2023-7-28

資料來源:Board Decisions May and "July" 2023

https://my.rotary.org/en/learning-reference/about-rotary/board-decisions


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