Coastal Links SA constitution in the making
Coastal Links South Africa (CLSA) is preparing to adopt the organisation’s constitution. Currently, Masifundise staff and CLSA leadership are organising regional meetings to discuss the contents of the organisations’ constitution which will be adopted later this year at the MDT and CLSA Annual General Meeting.
The regional meetings are an important step for CLSA so to fully engage members at a grassroots level about the management and operations of CLSA. After regional meetings, the provincial executive committee will meet and discuss issues raised on a regional level before the constitution is taken to a national level.
The constitution will not be the only issue on the agenda of CLSA meeting – they are also due to discuss, the implementation of the small-scale fisheries policy, the policy handbook, Annual general meeting and the distribution of the latest MDT’s quarterly publication, Fishers Net.
Coastal Links has more than 4 000 members organised into 90 branches in four coastal provinces.