Peter's Principles (Peter Herman)|
Transformation? CETA to JTPA (Muriel Roberts)
Reapportionment Update (Peter Herman)
What is the Ed Fund? (Carol Whitesell)
Statehood Project Approved (Anne Lee)
Legislative Workship Success
What Does the Future Hold for League? (Carol Whitesell)
What Does the Future Hold for League?
The 1982 LWVUS Convention directed the formation of a Long Range Planning Committee to produce a comprehensive plan for the long-term development of the League. The committee, composed of national board members and other league leaders, presented an interim report at the National Council in May 1983. A full report with recommendations will be forwarded to Local Leagues prior to the 1984 Convention, where it will be presented for final adoption.
Problems facing the League were illustrated in studies, polls and surveys conducted by the committee since the 1982 Convention. These datum show that:
The Honolulu League of the Women Voters will conduct a "Long Range Planning Workshop" on January 28, 1983 at Halekoa to consider its future directions and strategies.
The Long Range Planning Workshop, to be chaired by national board member Pat Shutt, will be a lively and productive session devoted to charting future directions and strategies for the League in the 1980's.
The workshop comes in the wake of a growing sense of urgency and caution among league leaders in Hawaii and nationwide as to the future of the League. Concerns being voiced by leaders center on future league activities, leadership and whether there could actually someday be a demise of the LWV.
The Kauai County League's Board has also recently discussed long range planning issues in response to a survey conducted by the Long Range Plan Committee of the LWVUS.
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