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Queensland Government media release People experiencing domestic and family violence in Mossman/Port Douglas, Cairns and Mareeba can look forward to more support with more than $5m over five years for new services. Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence Di Farmer said the...
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Queensland Social Enterprise Council has announced a new series of workshops on the essentials of planning, starting and running a social business . They will cover everything from vital 'need to know' factors, strategic planning models and learning from social enterprises local and overseas to...
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Dovetail has used the material in it's good practice guide Working with families and significant others to develop an online self-paced training package designed to improve family responsive practice for workers who are engaging with young people. The package includes information on approaches to...
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The Queensland Age-friendly Report Card 2016-17 has been released which highlights some of the key deliverables from the Queensland: an age-friendly community action plan 2016-17. The highlights include: The launch of the Advancing Queensland: an age-friendly community grants program 200,000...
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Organisations are continuing to campaign to the Queensland Government to develop a Queensland human rights act. High-profile organisations such as the Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS), Micah Projects, the Mamre Association, and many more, are calling for a human rights act. At the 2016...
Did you know community based organisations can apply for funding to employ a trainee within your organisation? Funding is still available under the First Start program in 2017-18 for not-for-profit organisations to offer opportunities to young people and disadvantaged job seekers to gain nationally...
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The Office for Youth has announced that the inaugural Queensland Youth Week will be held from 6 to 15 April 2018 . The week aims to celebrate the achievements, vitality and strength of young Queenslanders aged 12 to 25 years old. It will acknowledge the positive social, cultural and economic...
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The ACNC this week released the Charity Compliance Report 2017, which found that concerns about Australian charities rose by 42 per cent in 2017. Almost 1,700 concerns were raised in 2017, up from 1,192 in 2016 - continuing a steady increase in the number of concerns raised about the activities and...
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Queensland Government media release Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander families are set to benefit from the opening of a new round of Queensland Government funding. Child Safety Minister Di Farmer said the second round of the Empowering Families Innovation Grants (EFIG) aimed at achieving better...
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Join ECCQ for Harmony Day breakfast at Parliament House to hear from the new Minister for Multicultural Affairs and hear his priorities for the portfolio. Event details Where: Premier's and Speaker's Hall, Parliamentary Annexe, Alice St, Brisbane When: 21 March 2018, 7-9am Cost: $45 members, $55...

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