Welcome to Community Door's resources on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities.

Across key social and economic indicators Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Queensland consistently experience the highest level of disadvantage. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are over-represented in the justice and child protection systems, they experience lower educational and training attainment, have lower incomes and higher unemployment rates, and experience a higher burden of poor health and injury across all of the life-stages.

Find more information on mental health issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

This section of Community Door provides access to organisations working in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander space, along with useful information and resources.

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Supply Nation will be delivering a free briefing session on 22 November at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre to help organisations find out how to meet their Queensland Indigenous Procurement Policy target. Taking place after the briefing, the Brisbane Indigenous Trade Fair will...
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Legal Aid Queensland has published a series of captioned recordings about their services on their YouTube channel . Videos for community, health and education workers can be found here and include their published community legal education webinars. The next webinar is Child Protection - the law and...
The Queensland Productivity Commission has been tasked with undertaking an inquiry into service delivery in remote and discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and is inviting submissions from interested parties. Investments by governments, the private sector and not-for-profit...
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The Healing Foundation is offering grants to assist communities to mark 10 years since the Stolen Generations apology. On 13 February 2018 it will be a decade since the national apology to the Stolen Generations and Indigenous people of Australia. The Healing Foundation will be commemorating the...
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Queensland Government media release Townsville Elders will take Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander offenders and their parents out on country, as part of a new youth justice cultural mentoring program set to begin in October. Minister Assisting the Premier on North Queensland Coralee O’Rourke...
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The Queensland Multicultural Charter was jointly signed by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Multicultural Affairs Minister Grace Grace and Speaker Peter Wellington and it will be displayed at Parliament House. One of the purposes of the Multicultural Recognition Act 2016 is to promote Queensland as a...
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Family Matters Queensland and the State Government are seeking nominations for the Queensland First Children and Families Board. The Queensland First Children and Families Board (QFCFB) will provide leadership, guidance and advice to inform the implementation of Our Way and Changing Tracks - the...
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Queensland Government media release A new Family Wellbeing Service now underway in the Cairns region will strengthen support for vulnerable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities. Minister for Child Safety Fentiman visited the WuChopperen Health Service in Manoora today (11...
NAIDOC 2017 Our Languages Matter
Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) has explored Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages as part of NAIDOC Week 2017's theme Our Languages Matter . They have created a film featuring greetings in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages and they talk about the origins of...
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Each year, NAIDOC Week celebrations highlight the rich and diverse culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the First Australians. NAIDOC Week celebrations and community events are a great opportunity for all Queenslanders to come together and acknowledge the history, culture and...

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