M.A.P.

Manitoba Association of Parliamentarians is a volunteer non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage the study and use of parliamentary procedure.  Learning these procedures will help you to improve  your meetings, and M-A-P is here to help!

A parliamentarian is one who is knowledgeable about parliamentary procedure and the rules of order . Once these rules are adopted, this becomes the group’s parliamentary authority.

Our parliamentary authority is the current edition of Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised (RONR).*  It is the parliamentary authority we recommend.  *The current edition is now the 12th edition .

*This is the standard abbreviation parliamentarians use to cite Henry M. Robert III and others, Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised, 12th ed. (New York: PublicAffairs, 2020). 


What are MAP’s  goals and objectives?
Mentor our members so they learn more about Robert’s Rules;
Coach members so they can improve their own presiding skills;
Facilitate monthly study groups for members and guests;
Assist our members to acquire their parliamentary credentials;
Organize public workshops in November and April each year;
Help people locate technical resources on meeting procedures;
Provide details concerning any training conferences offered by the National Association of Parliamentarians .

MAP membership is your first step for professional development*
To join the Association, please complete this Membership Form.
Our annual dues are $25.00 (Provisional membership)
Are you interested in becoming a credentialed member?*
*Check out: Pathway to Learning using your local MAP!!

For further info on becoming a member, please contact:
info@parliamentarians-mb.ca  

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