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convenor

A person at an NHS trust in the UK who convenes a meeting, often to resolve a conflict.
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Jason Chiu, Convenor of the SME & Younger Generation Working Group and CEO of cherrypicks Ltd, said: "The working group will explore how to engage young professionals to take part in the Initiative, and support start-ups and SMEs to leverage Belt and Road business opportunities through e-commerce and promotion platforms.
George Hickman, chairman of the Communist Party's Industry, Services, Transport Advisory group, added: "Like Derek, and so many others, I was victimised as a convenor of a major workplace in the West Midlands, almost certainly as part of a concerted effort by right-wing forces in the establishment.
In conjunction with National Committee, the Convenor has been invited to attend regular meetings (via teleconference) with the PNC Chair and the Editor of The Dissector so that all PNC committees are better informed of the College's activities.
Union members at the Scottish oil refinery and adjoining petrochemical plant are due to stage a 48-hour strike from Sunday in a row over the treatment of the Unite convenor Stephen Deans.
The praise assumes significance as SAD patron and Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal is likely to be appointed as the new convenor of NDA, a post vacated by JD( U) leader Sharad Yadav after the party split from the NDA last month.
This minibus project was inspired by our deputy convenor Kenny Bell, who died a year ago, and who was an inspirational figure with a tremendous commitment to international solidarity and encouraging young members.
Terry Dillon, union convenor, said: "His heart is in Broughton and we will be sorry to see him go because he has been a good salesman for this site.
The convenor has also been suspended along with all union representatives at the plant.
Borders education convenor Catriona Bhatia, 42, will fight the Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale seat for the Liberal Democrats.
Mick Forbes, convenor at the Erdington driveshaft factory, said workers had been "disappointed" by the announcement that the group's forge facility in Great Barr is to close by the end of the year while its chassis factory in Aldridge will also shut by the end of 2010.
au> The convenor is Dr Joanne Scott and more information will be posted to the AHA website shortly.