McCabe Centre for Law & Cancer – Strategic Plan 2018-2022

A joint initiative of Cancer Council Victoria (CCV), the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) and Cancer Council Australia (CCA), the McCabe Centre exists to contribute to the effective use of the law for the prevention and control of cancer and other NCDs by building knowledge, expertise, capacity and networks at global, regional and domestic levels. It is based at CCV in Melbourne, Australia, where it was established in 2012.

Following its first five years of operation, a strategic review was undertaken to help shape the Centre’s next phase of work in alignment with current global cancer and NCD targets and ambitions. The review included over 30 stakeholder interviews covering key international organisations, governments, funders, and participants in the McCabe Centre’s training and capacity-building programs.

This Strategic Plan has been developed based upon the key findings of the strategic review, to articulate a vision and direction for the Centre over the next five years and to maximise the opportunities for the Centre to have positive and lasting impact.

Resource Information
Type of Resource: 
McCabe Centre for Law & Cancer
Publish Date: 
19 April 2018
Last update: 
Friday 7 June 2019