Inspired by Jewish values, NCJWA (Vic) aspires to create a better world for women.
Multifaith Statement Against Homophobia, Biphobia and TransphobiaDavid Marlow, JCCV
The incredible violence against innocent LGBTI community members in Orlando is deplored in the strongest possible terms. There is no excuse for such appalling and evil actions, driven by hate and intolerance.
As faith leaders in the Victorian community, we recognise the sanctity of every human life. Every community member is entitled to live their lives free of fear, bullying, intimidation or violence.
Everyone, of any sexual orientation or gender identity should be treated with respect and dignity. The physical health, safety and mental health of all Victorian community members is of vital importance. To this end, we call for all faith communities and community members to take a strong stand against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia.
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Introducing our new CEOIt is with great pleasure that I announce, on behalf of the Board of NCJWA (Vic), our new CEO, Lee Ann Basser.
Lee Ann was previously Reader & Associate Professor in the La Trobe Law School. She has a strong commitment to improving the status of women and to social change for vulnerable populations. She has extensive experience in overseeing day-to-day operations and planning as well as effectively managing staff.
In her role as an academic, Lee Ann has proven to be an accomplished researcher. She has authored/edited 5 books and numerous articles and book chapters. She has been a chief investigator on a number of funded projects and has experience in grant applications, report writing, law reform submissions and program evaluation.
Lee Ann is also an experienced board member with a strong and practical understanding of governance. It is a very exciting time for Lee Ann to join our organization. NCJWA (Vic) is undergoing a period of renewal and development with exciting new programs planned that will add to the wonderful work we shall continue to undertake in both the local and wider community. Lee Ann will take a leadership role in this process. She began her employment on Monday, 23 May 2016.
I am very pleased to welcome Lee Ann to our team and look forward to introducing her to you at coming events.
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