FECCA is pleased to announce the release of their guide to establishing and running successful and sustainable community organisations. This manual aims to improve participation by new and emerging community members in Australian society and strengthen their ability to better support their communities. It provides information on how to set up, manage, gain funding for and sustain a not-for-profit community organisation in Australia. There is also material on the regulatory requirements, hints and tips, as well as links on where to get more information for each topic covered.
The Multicultural Council of Tasmania is committed to the highest standards of governance and transparency. The Board’s objective is to abide by the Australian Institute of Company Directors guiding principles of good governance and the Governance Institute of Australia whole-of-organisation governance guidelines.
The Multicultural Council of Tasmania is also committed to continuous improvement and welcomes feedback and suggestions from members to ensure our policies and governance framework are open to scrutiny and represent leading, best practice. We are currently reviewing all of our policies and governance documents and seek your feedback, suggestions or recommendations in relation to the policies below. Please feel free to contact our CEO, Mr Ron Franks at email@example.com to share your feedback.