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Reconciliation Australia has released its landmark report, The State of Reconciliation in Australia, the first report of its kind since the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation handed its final report to Parliament in 2000. The Report offers a strong vision and shared language from which to...
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Queensland Government media release An innovative new trial supporting vulnerable Ipswich families is proving a success, just seven months after starting. Child Safety Minister Shannon Fentiman said the trial, which embeds a dedicated domestic violence worker in the local Child Safety Service...
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Queensland Government media release It’s even easier for Queenslanders to have their say on how we can shape our state’s future for people with disability, with a shorter, simpler survey now available until February 24. Disability Services Minister Coralee O’Rourke encouraged all Queenslanders to...
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The National Disability Services has produced a short animated video as part of their Human Rights and You Training. The free training package is designed for frontline disability workers and supervisors to help them understand human rights and why they are important in their work with people with...
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Each year grants valued between $5,000 - $50,000 are available to local government, non-government organisations and community groups to support Queensland communities affected by adversity associated with drought, disaster and other crises to build community resilience. The grants are available as...
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Queensland Government media release Young Queenslanders wanting to create real change and develop leadership skills are being encouraged to apply for the 2017 YMCA Queensland Youth Parliament. Minister for Youth Shannon Fentiman said nominations for the 22nd YMCA Queensland Youth Parliament are now...
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The Queensland Mental Health Commission are holding consultation forums on the Queensland Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Strategic Plan 2014-2019. They are seeking the views of the community, people with lived experience, their families, carers and supporters as well as frontline service providers...
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From 1 July 2017, early childhood education and care (ECEC) professionals will be mandated by law to report child safety concerns to the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (DCCSDS). ECEC professionals will need to report when they have a reasonable suspicion that a...
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Nominations are now open for the 2017 Queensland Training Awards — celebrating everyday Queenslanders who have achieved success, best practice and innovation through vocational education and training. Celebrating its 56th year, the prestigious awards recognise those involved in training, including...
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The Salvation Army has launched its Switched on Communities education program to help people under financial pressure find savings on their electricity bills, including an electricity saving advice hotline on 1300 221 993. The telephone line is open to any electricity consumer who is looking for...

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