VVC annual reports and strategies

The VVC's annual reports provide a snapshot of its obligation and commitment to the work it does for veterans and their families. 

Annual reports

The annual reports provide a snapshot of Victorian Veterans Council's obligation and commitment to supporting veterans and their families, and reporting to the Minister for Veterans on current and emerging issues affecting each generation of our veteran community.

The annual report provides a record of the Council’s:

  • objectives
  • achievements and highlights
  • distribution of funds.

Victorian Veterans Council Annual Report 2021 - 2022


As an independent advisory body, the Victorian Veterans Council provides advice to the Minister for Veterans on matters relating to Victoria’s veteran sector.

Victorian Veteran Sector Studies

In 2021 the VVC will commission a third veteran sector study to improve understanding of the needs and issues faced by the sector. The study will include consultation with the veteran sector and identify gaps and/or barriers for veterans accessing welfare and other services and provide recommendations that improve policies and program delivery.

Studies conducted in 2008 and 2015External Link resulted in a number of recommendations that were accepted and implemented by the Victorian Government including the Veteran Richmond Accommodation Project and the Public Sector Veteran Employment Strategy.

Reviewed 08 November 2022

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