Plenary 2022 Conclusions

Published: 21st Nov 2022 by Nick Buckenham

The CIVA Plenary Conference this year at the Hotel IIbis Crissier near Lausanne drew together 32 participants from 19 countries plus a total of 6 proxy votes, by common agreement this physical gathering providing an extremely welcome change for the better after two years of virtual meetings online.

A full agenda of items to work through at this central European venue with two full days of debate to exchange opinions and reach the best possible solutions for our sport led as usual to some unexpected conclusions. The usual Summary of Conclusions is now available on the 2022 Plenary web page with the key decisions and the vote counts in each case; a set of more comprehensive minutes will be released in due course.

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