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Changes To The Constitution Of The National Association Of Disc Jockeys (NADJ)
Changes To The Constitution Of The National Association Of Disc Jockeys (NADJ)
All Associations are bound by rules that are outlined in their Constitution.  As organisations like the National Association of Disc Jockeys (NADJ) evolve or there are changes to working practices, such as by law, it is necessary to keep on top of those developments by amending our Constitution.

The current National Executive Committee (NEC), have highlighted some areas in which they feel the Constitution requires some amendments, primarily to continue the on-going development of the Association and to future-proof the NADJ as we move forward. 
 
The NEC feel that the changes will be instrumental in the following ways:
  • To develop the association ensuring we remain relevant.
  • To communicate our objectives in clear and modern language.
  • To be more transparent to our membership.
  • To grow the membership by expanding our marketplace.
  • To ensure we are recognised as leaders in our industry. 
 
The NADJ Committee also feels that there are some minor changes that would help clarify some of the aspects of the organisation and its running.  The Constitution of the National Association of Disc Jockeys was last amended and approved in accordance with the rules of the Constitution at an Extraordinary General Meeting of the NADJ on Sunday 26th April 2015.  It was ratified and signed by Alan Marshall and Fabio Capozzi. The proposals were put forward at the NADJ EGM on Monday 22nd September 2017 at the London Branch meetinginChiswick, London.
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