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The latest issue of IIC's Annual Review, for 2016 - 2017, published at the 2018 Annual General Meeting, is available from the IIC web-site here. This was presented at the 2017 Annual General Meeting and is the first in a new series of reviews to present IIC's activities and engagement throughout the past year. We hope you enjoy this latest issue of the new way of conveying news about IIC's current activities and future plans.
This week IIC, the International Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, welcomes Sarah Stannage as the Institute’s first Executive Director. Sarah starts her new role, focussing on strategic development of IIC, on 1 January 2018 and will join the Institute’s present staff of three.
Sarah Stannage said: “It is an enormous honour to take on this new role within an organisation that plays such an important role in promoting conservation all around the world. The dedication of Fellows and members who commit their time to support the IIC is truly inspirational. I am looking forward very much to working with Council, Fellows, members of IIC and the team at the IIC Office as we lead the organisation on the next stage of its journey”.
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