© Asia Pacific Forum, 2018

2018 Asia Pacific Forum Meeting

2018 Asia Pacific Forum Meeting

February 26 – March 1, 2018, Bangkok Thailand

 

Where & When

 

The 2018 Asia Pacific Forum meeting will be held from Monday the 26th of February to Thursday the 1st of March. The venue is The Rembrandt Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand.


 

Hotel Bookings

The Admin Committee will make hotel bookings on behalf of all Delegates and APF trusted servants.

For all other visitors: We have negotiated a preferred room rate for any additional visitors, observers or attendees wishing to attend or to stay on for the convention.  You can book your room here: http://www.rembrandtbkk.com/  Please mention APF when booking rooms.

The Thailand Regional Convention of NA (TRCNA 11) will follow the APF meeting, from Friday the 2nd to Sunday the 4th of March, also at the Rembrandt Hotel.  We hope you can join us!

For more information visit here:  http://www.na-thailand.org/

Participants Information

 

We are working through the participation request information and will be in contact with participants to finalise arrangements for funding, visas, flights and airport transfers.

We will be sending this out via the APF list to all RDs, RD Alts and Trusted Servants.   The Delegate Participant Request Form can be found here: https://goo.gl/forms/FXGxHhIPZrPVzrIo2

Agenda

 

The 2018 agenda is available for download here.

Elections

 

Elections for the following positions will be held at the 2018 APF meeting:

  • Chair

  • Secretary

  • Webservant

 

If you are interested in serving APF in any of these roles, please download the service resume form (as pdf file) (as docx file) and email to apfadmin@nzna.org.

Reports

 

We are requesting that all Community, Workgroup and Trusted Servant reports be emailed no later than one month before the start of the Feb 26th meeting – so by the 25th of January. The community reporting template can be downloaded here:

apf_community_reporting_template.doc

At the 2014 APF meeting, we agreed by consensus to allow all delegates the opportunity to have read reports in preparation for the meeting, as pre-reading reports keeps all participants up to date and informed, and this practice improves communications.

We also agreed at that time that we could reduce waste, and so is not necessary to bring hard copies of reports to the APF meeting, since delegates will have the report electronically, or if required can print and bring their own copy.

Local General & Logistics Information

 

For information on NA meetings, climate, visa requirements, money exchange, local SIM cards, emergency info, transport to/from the airport, restaurants and printing, please see this information