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The vision for Family Matters Week of Action campaign is that all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people grow up safely in their home, receive a good education, and grow up healthy and proud of who they are. The theme for the 2018 Family Matters National Week of Action is...
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Family Matters Queensland will be holding a community screening of Cherbourg Women - My Struggle, My Fight on 19 May 2018. The event will be part of Family Matters National Week of Action, 14-20 May, 2018. It will commence with a Welcome to Country and Traditional Dancers and will conclude with a Q...
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Australia's leading social enterprise development organisation, Social Traders, has launched a certification mark for Australian social enterprises. The new certification is designed to provide social enterprises with brand credibility and enhance their prospects of winning commercial procurement...
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The Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council has released it's progress report for the period from 1 December 2016 and 30 November 2017. The report provides an overview of the Council's activities and progress in implementing the recommendations of the Not Now, Not Ever report. The full...
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Queensland Government media release Forty community celebrations will be funded by the Palaszczuk Government through the new Celebrating Reconciliation Small Grants Program. Deputy Premier and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Jackie Trad today announced the first...
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Funding is available for young Queenslanders, aged 15-21, who are or have been living in out-of-home care (OOHC). The What's Next OOHC fund provides financial support to young people living in OOHC to allow them to enrol in vocational education and training courses (VET). Once registered, young...
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Neighbourhood Centres across Queensland can share in $550,000 of Palaszczuk Government funding for one-off grants to run events, deliver projects, or to purchase equipment to help make their communities thrive. Minister for Communities Coralee O'Rourke today (9 May) announced that the new Thriving...
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This public forum brings together all those with an interest in social enterprise including social entrepreneurs, non-governmental agencies, policy makers, academics, students and funders. The key focus of the forum will be to explore the potential and to chart a new direction towards developing...
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Queensland Government media release Queensland’s resources industry has reaffirmed its support for efforts to prevent family and domestic violence with the launch of the Palaszczuk Government’s #bystander campaign. Minister for Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence Di Farmer said workplaces...
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Consumer leases and payday loans are often targeted at the most vulnerable members of society. Community legal centres and consumer groups frequently assist victims of this predatory behaviour, that ignores or hinders the borrower’s ability to repay the debt. There has been some progress in terms...

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