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Join us online for the DDPI AGM, November 13, 2022

12 October 2022

The DDPI Board would like to invite everyone in our DDP community to our 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM).

We will be meeting online using Zoom on Sunday November 13, 2021. This year we have tried to make sure our attendees from time zones around Australia can join us at a more reasonable time. We will be meeting from 5-8am EST, 10am-1pm GMT, 8-11pm AEDT.

Our theme this year is Change and Transition. We’ll be discussing the DDP Worldwide transition, the ongoing work of the DDP Worldwide Board and Foundation working group, and our plans for the future.

You’ll hear updates from DDPI committees, working groups and operational teams including: Global Development, Certification and Renewal, Community Development, Racial Equity Social Justice, Training, Research, Communications, Professional Standards and Organization Certification. They will discuss their work since the last AGM, future plans and ongoing racial equity and social justice reflections.

This is your chance to hear directly from the people shaping DDPI and DDP globally.

As this is also Remembrance Sunday in the UK we will be including a time for reflection at 11am GMT.

To receive your invitation with Zoom access information please visit the AGM event page below:

Register – Online DDPI Annual General Meeting 2022

Registration closes on Thursday 10 November, at 12pm EST / 5pm GMT, and 5pm AEDT.

The AGM will be recorded and posted to the DDP Network website for those who cannot attend.

All times and time zones can be found below, and we very much look forward to seeing you there.

Sunday November 13, 2022

2-5am PST – Los Angeles, USA
5-8am EST – New York, USA & Toronto, Canada
10am-1pm GMT – London, United Kingdom
11am-2pm CET – Prague, Czechia
12 noon-3pm EET – Helsinki, Finland
6-9pm CST – Beijing, China
6-9pm SGT – Singapore, Singapore
8-11pm AEST – Brisbane, Australia
9pm-Midnight AEDT – Sydney, Australia
11pm-2am (Mon Nov, 14) NZDT – Wellington, New Zealand