Voluntary Code of Good Governance
- Integrity: Acting as guardians of the sport, recreation, activity or area
- Defining and evaluating the role of the board
- Delivery of vision, mission and purpose
- Objectivity: Balanced, inclusive and skilled board
- Standards, systems and controls
- Accountability and transparency
- Understanding and engaging with the sporting landscape
What is the Welsh JudoMemberCharter?
The Welsh JudoMember Charter is a set of 7 Promises that outline what our customers can expect from us and what we will strive to always deliver. At Welsh Judo our goal is to ensure judo is
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Our mission is to continue the journey that Jigoro Kano started by creating and maintaining safe environemnts for our judoka to develop as well rounded, courteous and respectful members of society. We are commited to providing our members with a platform for personal growth, where everyone is able to improve their physical and mental abilities whilst strengthening their character and moral values.
Our Vision for 2022
We will be a recognised sport in Wales as a result of our successes of Commonwealth, European, World and Olympic events. We will have a proud, diverse group of judoka spanning all age groups and abilities, supported by a network of technically profiecent coaches, officals and parents.
The role of the Welsh Judo Board
The key decision making body for the Company
The Welsh Judo Board consists of nine Directors comprising:
- Up to 5 Elected Directors.
- Up to 4 Appointed Directors.
Elected Directors are appointed for a term of four years, Appointed Directors for
Board Diversity Statement
Welsh Judo are committed to increasing the diversity of its Board. We feel that greater diversity of backgrounds, experiences and ideas from people from under-represented groups will help we deliver on our mission.
To better represent the diverse nation we serve and increase the effectiveness of our decision making, we want to attract and particularly encourage applications from women, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ people, black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates, neurodiverseand socially mobile candidates.
Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a meeting held once a year for all the Company Member clubs.
During the meeting, the Annual Report and the Financial Reports and Accounts are submitted for approval. Any changes to Articles of the Company are also agreed.
Anyone is welcome to attend the AGM and can ask a question at the meeting, however this needs to be submitted before hand to the Office Administrator. During the voting section, only Company Members are entitled to participate.