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The Queensland Family and Child Commission is working with government and non-government workforce innovators to co-design a Career and Capability Framework for child and family support services. The framework is a sector-wide approach to workforce planning and development that will: identify key...
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Queensland Government media release Women and girls will be encouraged to get more active through round three of the Queensland Government’s Get Out, Get Active program. Sport Minister Mick de Brenni and Commonwealth Games Minister Kate Jones today invited submissions for the program, with a total...
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NAPCAN is running a two-day course for professionals who want to a run respectful relationships programs for high school age young people. Love Bites is a Respectful Relationships Education Program for 15 – 17 year olds. It consists of two interactive workshops - one on Relationship Violence and...
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Queensland Government media release Applications are now open for the second round of the Palaszczuk Government’s $2.5 million Dignity First Fund. Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni said the fund was seeking proposals for innovative projects that will meet immediate needs of...
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If your not-for-profit organisation is in need of financial guidance and has an annual turnover of under $250,000, you can sign up to the Mentor the Treasurer program . In partnership with Pro Bono Australia, CPA Australia assists not for profits by connecting them with qualified CPA Australia...
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The Department of Communities, in partnership with Glencore, are calling for applications for the Queensland Indigenous Youth Leadership Program held from 24 June to 30 June 2017 at Parliament House, Brisbane. If you know an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslander aged 18 to 25 who shows...
The Queensland Government has introduced a Bill into Parliament that impacts upon how vulnerable Queenslanders interact with State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER). The major change that this Bill introduces is Work Development Orders which enables SPER debtors to pay their debt through non-...
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On 21 September 2016 the Premier of Queensland requested the Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) undertake a review of the blue card system, the approval and monitoring processes for foster carers (including kinship carers and provisionally approved carers) and pressure points in child...
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Queensland Government media release Hundreds of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander newborns will be tucked safely into bed with funding for more safe co-sleeping spaces. Mothers in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities will be provided with a Pēpi-Pod for their babies to sleep safely...
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Access to suitable, accessible housing is one of the greatest challenges for the aged and people with disability. Spinal Life Australia is seeking feedback on mandating accessible housing by 2020 and making communities more inclusive for people with disabilities. The feedback will shape the...

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