Constitutional Reform

For the past eight months the Woroni Board of Editors have run a series of consultations to review the ANU Student Media Constitution and discuss whether changes could and should be made. Having gathered and reviewed this information ourselves, the Board would like to recommend some changes to the Constitution to ensure it is up-to-date, consistent and highly functional. In order for these proposed changes to be passed, Woroni must host a General Meeting where members of the Association (i.e. ANU students) are able to vote on the proposed changes.

Download the ANUSM Constitution here.

Download our Standing Orders here.

Download the Proposed ANUSM Constitution here.

Download an Explanatory Memorandum of the proposed change here.

Notice is hereby given that a General Meeting of the Association will be held on Wednesday 29 March. Time and location will be announced soon.

A Facebook event for the General Meeting can be found here.

Members of the Association can add items to the agenda with two academic days notice. Requests for additional agenda items must be made in writing to the Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Finn Pedersen, at A complete agenda will be made available 24 hours prior to the General Meeting.

The provisional agenda for the General Meeting is:

– Acknowledgement of Country

– Editor’s Reports

– Constitutional Amendments (see documentation above)

– Other matters

If you have any questions about the proposed changes, please get in contact with Bronte McHenry, the Editor-in-Chief, at, or Finn Pedersen (details listed above).