2022 Draft constitution
The changes proposed in the 2022 Draft Constitution create a new Board composition, made up of Veterans with a range of skills and experience to ensure that our organisation is appropriately governed, with a majority of directors elected by members. These changes also require some new wording in the constitution regarding the State Council of District Presidents.
View the 2022 Draft Constitution
your guide to knowing and understanding the proposed changes
We will provide regular updates to members on the changes being proposed, why they’re needed and where to send any comments or questions. The topics are derived from the changes proposed and feedback from members.
Member Updates - Read some of our past member updates
- March 31: Getting to know the proposed amendments to the RSL Queensland Constitution
- April 13: Good governance - What is conflict of interest and why does it matter?
- April 27: A change for the better
- May 11: Effective Governance Builds Trust
If you are not receiving the fortnightly Member Update email, please contact your District Secretary to ensure your email address is updated.
The RSL Queensland Constitution is our set of principles and structures used to direct, enable, and protect our organisation.
The Terms of Reference provides the State Council of District Presidents with a common understanding of objectives and processes as well as any specific legislative requirements to successfully govern our organisation.
The Skills Matrix identifies the essential skills and experience required to direct the operations of RSL Queensland.
The Transitional Election Process is a one-off process to facilitate RSL Queensland's transition to a skills-based board.
For members' convenience, the following document shows a comparison between the current RSL Queensland Constitution and the proposed 2022 RSL Queensland Draft Constitution.
Members are invited to submit questions and feedback via email to firstname.lastname@example.org