The Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) considers that the following key principles inform the delivery of social services in Queensland:

  • Inclusive social and economic policy
  • Human rights instruments as key reference points for policy and practice
  • Practice informed by evidence and lived experience
  • Focus on prevention and early intervention
  • Focus on person-centred policy and practice
  • People who use services actively informing the policy decisions that impact on their lives
  • Communities actively informing local responses to need
  • Timely access to data for planning and measuring impact
Outcomes Working Group A successful Outcomes Working Group meeting was held on the last Friday of January 2015, co-facilitated by Valmae Rose from QCOSS and Judith Rowell from the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services. QCOSS is excited to be leading the work on behalf of...
An Oxford University study that followed 3000 children from early childhood to age 16 has found that a child is more likely to have better grades and earn higher wages if they attended preschool. The results of the Effective Pre-School, Primary and Secondary project found that the effect of a...


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