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
The Queensland Productivity Commission has been tasked with undertaking an inquiry into service delivery in remote and discrete Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and is inviting submissions from interested parties. Investments by governments, the private sector and not-for-profit...
Queensland Government media release The Palaszczuk Government will ensure Queenslanders’ power bills are pegged to average inflation over the next two years and cut $50 a year from bills as part of a $2 billion Affordable Energy Plan to provide cost of living relief. The move will see all the...
Queensland Government media release The Palaszczuk Government has passed new laws delivering certainty and security for Queensland seniors in retirement. Minister for Housing and Public Works Mick de Brenni said the new laws strengthen protections for Queensland seniors looking at retirement...
Queensland Government media release Greater stability and forever homes for some of the state’s most vulnerable children and young people are a step closer to reality, with new legislation passed in Parliament today. Child Safety Minister Shannon Fentiman said the Child Protection Reform Amendment...
The Healing Foundation is offering grants to assist communities to mark 10 years since the Stolen Generations apology. On 13 February 2018 it will be a decade since the national apology to the Stolen Generations and Indigenous people of Australia. The Healing Foundation will be commemorating the...
The Australian Government has asked the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to investigate home, contents and strata insurance in northern Australia. The inquiry will help to address concerns about insurance affordability, promote more informed and more competitive insurance...
ECCQ is pleased to invite you to a free community event - Communities Sharing & Network Session. The session is all about getting together and learning from each other's experience while enjoying lunch. Four associations will be at the event to share their experiences on different areas of...
Elections are exciting and offer opportunities for real positive change, but how do you position your organisation to take advantage of these opportunities and avoid the risks? This webinar will discuss campaign and communications case studies from Australia and the UK and help you identify the...
All Australians should be able to live with dignity in their community of choice. Australia’s fourteenth annual Anti-Poverty Week, runs from 15 October through to 21 October 2017. To align with the United Nations’ International Day to Eradicate Poverty, 17 October, you are invited to a public forum...
Embracing technology, encouraging innovation and skilling workers for the jobs of the future are some of the priorities for action targeted in a newly released strategy for Queensland’s community services industry. Developed jointly by industry members and the Queensland Government, Partnering for...


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