The Multifaith Advisory Group (MAG) to the Multicultural Affairs Commission of the Victorian Government has prepared a statement for NAIDOC week, signed by diverse faith groups and including the Victorian Council of Churches.

Announcement of new VCC Executive Officer, Rev Sandy Boyce (commencing 19th April, 2022). Rev Ian Smith concludes his ministry of 10 years as the VCC Executive Officer, and 30 years of engagement with VCC. He continues as Chair of VCCEM.

Rev Sandy Boyce, new Executive Officer for VCC, and Rev Ian Smith, outgoing VCC EO

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