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The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) has developed the Second action plan: Strengthening our sector 2017-19 , which details a way forward for building a more sustainable and responsive child and family support system in Queensland. The Second action plan complements the First action...
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Tickets are on sale for South Australia Council of Social Service's (SACOSS) Essential Services and Consumers Living with Disability Conference 2018 to be held on 14 May 2018. Everyone has a right to affordable and equitable access to essential services such as energy, water, telecommunications and...
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Legal Aid Queensland has released a new Get legal help (Easy English) booklet with information about accessing their services. The free booklet is easy to read and provides useful, step-by-step information to help people receive help with their legal issue. There is legal advice on the following...
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Queensland Government media release Queenslanders can jump online and apply for rebates of up to $300 on energy efficient appliances to save on their electricity bills. Energy Minister Dr Anthony Lynham said first rebates should be flowing back into the first applicants’ bank accounts by the end of...
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Queensland Government media release The 10th Closing the Gap Report has identified that Queensland is making progress on a number of targets including improved health and education outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders. Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Minister for...
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The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) has recently published a revised Evacuation Planning Handbook. This free resource is a valuable tool for anyone involved in community services, or who may advocate for the interests of marginalised individuals or groups in the event of an...
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Community-based organisations play a vital role in meeting community needs across Queensland. In times of disaster, they perform important roles at the frontline, responding to people in crisis. CSIA's Disaster Management and Recovery Workshop will focus on building the skills of the community...
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Queensland Seniors Week provides the opportunity for Queenslanders to explore programs and services available for seniors. The week, held from 18-26 August, helps to build and maintain strong communities by connecting people of all ages and backgrounds through the many events and activities. Funded...
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The Community Hubs and Partnerships (CHaPs) Breakfast Forum will explore the benefits and challenges of collaborative and place-based approaches, involving communities, schools, government (state and local), not-for-profit services, and industry in meeting these challenges. Hear about the renowned...
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The Closing the Gap Strategy released in 2008 says it will achieve equality in health and life expectancy between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Indigenous people by 2030. The 2018 progress report has revealed the government is still not on track to address gaps in life...

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