On Thursday 23rd June, polls close for the 2016 elections to Unlock Democracy Council and the board of Rodell Properties Ltd.
We're owned and run by our members — our council is one of the ways our members can be involved in running the organisation, and sets our long term priorities. We're looking for committed people to take our work forward and achieve our ambitions for 2016 and beyond. Find out more about the role here.
Rodell Properties is owned by Unlock Democracy, and manages properties in central London, the profits of which help fund our campaigns and activities. The success of Rodell is vital to Unlock Democracy. Read more about what Rodell Directors do.
Any member of Unlock Democracy can stand for elections — you don't need anyone else to nominate you, just fill in the form. For more details see the timeline and guides below
This is your chance to explain to other members who you are, why you want to be on Council and why they should vote for you.
Unlock Democracy's constitution lays down the rules we follow in our members elections.
We have rules to ensure our Council reflects the gender, ethnic and regional diversity of the UK.
Rodell Properties exists to raise funds for Unlock Democracy by managing its property assets. The success of Rodell is vital to UD.
We seek committed people to stand for our elected Council, to take our work forward and achieve our ambitions for 2016 and beyond.