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Queensland Government media release The Palaszczuk Government has delivered on its target of fifty per cent women on government boards by 2020. Making the announcement in Parliament today, the Premier said that her government had made a concerted effort to push the boundaries for gender equality. “...
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Information sessions will be held in Brisbane to assist potential applicants for the Safe Places grants. The Safe Places program provides $60 million toward delivering new or expanded emergency and crisis accommodation to provide additional safe places for women and children experiencing domestic...
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Information sessions on Queensland's Human Rights Act, which commences on 1 January 2020, are to be held for non-government organisations across the state. The Queensland Government, in partnership with Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC) and QCOSS, will hold human rights information sessions...
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The National Indigenous Youth Empowerment Summit is a collaboration of knowledge sharing and discussions on the topics of child protection, social and emotional wellbeing and youth justice with the aim to improve services and outcomes for Indigenous children and their families. Supporting...
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Queensland Women's Week 2020 grants will close 31 October 2019, at 5pm. A total of $150,000 funding is available to support Queensland Women's Week 2020 (6-15 March) events, projects and activities throughout the state's urban, rural and remote communities that: offer opportunities for women of all...
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Queensland Alliance for Mental Health (QAMH) is holding it's 2019 conference Altering States - Evidence and Effect , in Cairns, next month. Be inspired by leading practitioners, peers and advocates to: create powerful messages to counter stigma use evidence to strategically drive reform and...
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The Queensland Human Rights Commission (QHRC) provides training and information for organisations on the introduction of the Human Rights Act in Queensland. The online course Introduction to the Queensland Human Rights Act 2019 provides an overview of the key elements of the act. Content includes:...
Automation, ethics and society is a public symposium hosted by the University of Queensland on 21 November 2019. Join thought leaders, educators, businesses and humanists to discuss the issues that will inform policy agendas for governments, universities, businesses and communities to navigate a...
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The Family Matters Report 2019, released today, sets out what governments are doing to turn the tide on over-representation and the outcomes for children and their families. Currently, there are 20,421 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in out-of-home care making them 37.3 per cent of...
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Queensland Government media release The path to treaty in Queensland takes another step forward this week, with statewide consultation sessions set to commence in Cairns today (Thursday 17 October). Cairns will host the first of 26 sessions to be held in every corner of the state to engage...

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