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Volunteering Tasmania has developed a new calculator to help you work out the value that your organisation is delivering to the economy of your area through the work of volunteers. The calculator takes into account the number of volunteer hours, as well as the money invested through food, fuel and...
Farmer in drought
“You can’t live without hope things will change for the better”: Colin Hay: ‘Next Year People’ Published in Anti-Poverty Week 2015, this short report by Sandy Paton from CentacareCQ reprises “Drought and Poverty in Central Western Queensland: Regional Development Area Fitzroy Central West”...
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The Share our pride website is designed to give non-Indigenous people a glimpse into the lives and cultures of Australia’s First People. It was developed by Reconcilitation Australia in response to a request from industry for an introductory site for employees. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
oneplace
oneplace Community Services Directory will launch on 16 November 2015. oneplace will be an easily accessible directory of community services to help Queensland families to get to the right service at the right time. From mums and bubs groups to domestic and family violence support services,...
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A researcher using digital technology to support groups tackling domestic violence is among Queensland’s first Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions. Minister for Science and Innovation Leeanne Enoch has named 10 tech-savvy Queenslanders as advocates of digital technologies who are leading...
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Queensland’s frontline homelessness services, especially those assisting homeless young people and the victims of domestic violence, will benefit from around $115 million over the next two years in joint federal and state funding. The Commonwealth and Queensland Governments have signed the state’s...
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LGBTI people experience higher levels of social disadvantage than the general population in Australia. In spite of consistent evidence to show that many, though not all, people in this diverse population gain qualifications, the odds are often stacked against them. The myth of ‘pink privilege’ has...
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Ask Nola, or North Queensland Online Legal Access provides free, secure, online legal information for community workers in rural, remote or regional areas of Queensland, and who are responding to women with legal needs. Ask Nola is a project of the North Queensland Women's Legal Service (NQWLS)...
Funding
The Queensland Government will begin rolling out five-year funding agreements for non-government organisations and services, with the plan announced at today’s 2015 QCOSS State Conference. The Minister’s announcement was delivered during a video-message today to officially open QCOSS’ two-day...
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The Queensland Council of Social Service held a free energy literacy webinar on Tuesday 6 October 2015, covering topics such as: the energy industry in Queensland how to read an electricity bill how to avoid disconnection concessions available for low income earners how to reduce electricity costs...

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