In October 2000, AICCM publicly declared its commitment to Reconciliation in the following statement
AICCM has made the following statements and submissions on various issues affecting Australian conservation and cultural heritage.
The aim of the standing committee was to “address all issues regarding conservation education as it relates to the business of the AICCM” and to respond to the closure of the University of Canberra Materials Conservation course in 2003.
Formerly the Environmental Guidelines Committee, The Environmental Guidelines Taskforce was established at the 2009 National Conference to look at international movements in changing environmental guidelines for cultural collections, and what this might mean for collections in Australia.
The AICCM Development Committee was established in 2015 to identify, secure and manage financial and in-kind support for AICCM activities that contribute to the development of the profession, the capacity of its members and the preservation of cultural materials.
The Mould Remediation working group was formed in 2011. The working group wanted to research and address a number of mould related fallacies and facts.