We were delighted to present our first 3 Accreditation Certificates to TEAR Australia, Anglican Aid and FEBC Australia at the very successful CMA Conference held in Melbourne in June. Our Media Release can be found at http://www.cma.net.au/media/CMASC_Media_Release_July2017.pdf. Each of TEAR Australia, Anglican Aid and FEBC Australia is to be congratulated for demonstrating to the Christian and secular worlds that they are organisations whose leaders can be trusted to act ethically and with integrity.
Steve Kerr, the CMA Standards Council’s Executive Director, is excited that the other participants in the Pilot Program are also getting nearer to accreditation, in time for the formal launch of the CMA Standards Council later this year. “Once these high quality organisations have also been accredited and recognised for their commitment to good governance, transparency and accountability, we will be able to accept applications for accreditation from all comers”, he said. To ensure you receive priority in getting your accreditation, please register your interest at http://www.cmasc.net.au/contact.