APTLD Board Meeting Communiqué (22 March 2019)< back to list
On 22 March 2019, the APTLD Board held its regular
teleconference and considered a range of matters. A summary of the
meeting is published in this Communiqué.
in Preparations for APTLD76
The Board received a GM’s update on the matter and noted that the
Meeting Agenda has passed through the public comments period and is now
available online. The Board suggested GM and Secretariat alert members and
ensure early registrations for the Meeting and Members volunteering for its
sessions as panellists and moderators.
in Preparations for APTLD77
The Board received a GM’s update on the matter and thanked the .LK team
for its commitment and assistance in logistics and administrative preparations
for the Meeting.
Potential Host/Venue for APTLD78 and APTLD79
The Board considered a GM’s Memorandum on the matter
and options there in and resolved to hold APTLD78 in Taiwan in September 2020 and
APTLD79 in Fiji in February 2021.
of Outcomes of the Discussion on the Strategic Plan for 2019-2021
The Board received a GM’s update on the matter and noted with much
satisfaction that the Working Group has been formed successfully and its
members represent all the APTLD sub-regions. The Board looks forward to WG’s
The State and Execution of the
2019 APTLD Budget and Update on the 2019 Membership Fee Collection Campaign
The Board received GM’s update on the matter
and noted with satisfaction that the budget is executed in line with the
of a Board Working Group on Amendment of the APTLD By-Laws
The Board recognizes the need to update the
By-laws and ruled to create a Board Working Group to look into the matter, as
follows: Gihan Dias (.LK), Hasnul B. Hasan (.MY), and Erhan Karabardak (.AU).
of an APTLD Repository for Good-Practice Papers and Publication of a Respective
Collection of Papers
The Board discussed
the possibility for the APTLD members to share their rich experience with the
industry and suggested GM develop an action plan to promote the initiative
across the APTLD community.
The Board also
considered a number of other administrative matters.