Motions 2019

Discover the motions/Volle Gas 2019 and the voting results:




Motions with their background explanation:

Motion 1: Elderly as distinctly vulnerable population - Approved

Motion 2: Misuse of counter terrorism laws - Approved

Motion 3: Climate Change - Approved

Motion 4: Critical Reflection on Operational Decisions Adversely Impacting MSF Identity - Approved

Motion 5: Legally Empower OC Boards to keep them more Accountable - Not approved

Motion 6: No Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation – To Be Included in MSF Charter - Approved 

Motion 7: Improvement of our clinical quality of care - Approved

Volle Gas
(A Volle Gas is presented to the Gathering as a strong expression but it is not voted as motion). 

Volle Gas 1: Long-term commitment to Survivors of Torture

Volle Gas 2: Mental health guidelines

 

Motions the OCB proposes to the IGA 2019 end of June:

Motion: Misuse of counter terrorism laws

Motion: Critical Reflection on Operational Decisions Adversely Impacting MSF Identity 

Motion: No Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation – To Be Included in MSF Charter 

Motion: Climate Change 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By: Sophie Guillaumie