Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of RSPH will be held at 28 Portland Place, London, W1B 1LY on Wednesday 11 September 2019 at 3:30pm, registration from 3:00pm, for the transaction of the following business:
- To confirm the minutes of the RSPH Annual General Meeting held on 13 September 2018
- Chairman’s report
- To receive the Audited Accounts of RSPH for the year ended 31 December 2018, the Trustees’ Report and the Auditors’ Report on those Accounts
- Re-appointment of Auditors
- New appointments to the RSPH Council
- Any other business
Papers for the AGM will be available to download in the members area from 15 August.
The shape of the public's health
Following on from our AGM we will be hosting a free two-part event which will include a debate around whether obesity 'Should be recognised as a disease?' at 4:30pm followed by a sculpture exhibition at 6:00pm. We would be delighted if you could join us, drinks and refreshments will be provided.
Part I: Should obesity be recognised as a disease?
By 2020 around 1 in 3 people in the UK could be obese. Obesity has been described as the new smoking in terms of the impact of our health. Should people living with obesity be labelled as having a disease? Join us for what will be a lively debate on the issue – we will have a panel of speakers representing both sides of the argument who will debate for and against recognising obesity as a disease.
Part II: Sculpture exhibiton
Each year we unveil a piece of artwork which is inspired by issues impacting the public’s health. This year we are delighted to be working with the Royal Society of Sculptors on a national competition which uses the medium of sculpture to reflect the main public health challenges of the day. Join us for the unveiling of the finalists.
All members and fellows of the Royal Society of Sculptors are invited to submit their existing work for a chance to be shortlisted as one of three prize winners. The three finalists which will be exhibited at the RSPH Shape of the Public’s Health event.
All winners will be invited to the event and the first place winning entry will receive a cash prize of £1000.
£300 towards delivery and collection of the artwork will be available to the first, second and third place winners.
For more information, please email Meghan.