Moved by the need to create change, the Brisbane tech and business community are hosting a Homelessness Hackathon. A weekend-long hackathon with the tech, social, design and business communities aimed at solving issues identified by people experiencing homelessness. Whether you work in the housing/...
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Approximately $1 million is available for projects that focus on innovative processes, workforce utilisation and participant-led models, in the second round of funding of the national Innovative Workforce Fund. The Fund is open to any organisation, business or individual in Australia with original...
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Each year National Reconciliation Week (#NRW2017) celebrates achievements in our journey towards reconciliation with events held nationwide. Held annually, from 27 May to 3 June, NRW is bookended by important milestones: 50 years the 1967 referendum and 25 years since the Mabo decision. This year's...
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Minister Shannon Fentiman has released this statement on funding contracts The Palaszczuk Government is committed to working in genuine partnership with community based organisations delivering services to Queensland families. Already we have created more than 220 additional jobs in the community...
The Cultural and Linguistic Diversity program of Carers Queensland delivers training and awareness on CALD specific issues to service providers to become more culturally aware employees. Working with people with disability and their carers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (...
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Queensland Government media release Local community groups are set for a welcome cash boost, thanks to the Palaszczuk Government’s Gold Coast Light Rail Stage 2 Community Fund. Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport Jackie Trad said ahead of Stage 2 taking its first passengers in 2018, the...
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The Queensland Government Office for Youth is calling for applications for the Queensland Youth Reference Group (QYRG). The QYRG will comprise eight young people who represent the diversity of Queensland’s youth and four sector representatives that have expertise in the issues that impact young...
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The NDIS Essential Briefing, one-day conference, is back and registrations are now open for 2017. A key focus of this year’s NDIS Essential Briefing series will be next steps to get the Scheme on track. NDS will present you with our plan for the way forward to ensure a strong and sustainable...
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Poverty and severe hardship affect more than a million Australians. Around the world more than a billion people are desperately poor. The main aims of Anti-Poverty Week are to: strengthen public understanding of the causes and consequences of poverty and hardship around the world and within...
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The Institute of Child Protection Studies at the Australian Catholic University has released an animation presenting the findings of the study Safe and Sound: the Safety of Young People in Residential Care. The study builds on the Children’s Safety Study and explored the experiences of young people...

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