The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse identified Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities as a sub-group of Australia’s population that we know very little about. To help heed the call on building knowledge and capacity in the services sector, a...
Brisbane City Council is seeking community feedback on their draft plan for creating an inclusive Brisbane, entitled A City for Everyone: Draft Inclusive Brisbane Plan 2019-2029. The draft plan builds on Council's past achievements, focusing on the issues highlighted by residents, community groups...
Registrations are now open for the 2019 Community Legal Centres Queensland Annual Conference. A premier event on the community legal centre calendar, the conference is being held at the Grand Chancellor Hotel in Brisbane on 21 and 22 March. The conference is a fantastic opportunity to meet with a...
Established in the 1960s, the Lord Mayor's Charitable Trust supports charities servicing Brisbane that assist people suffering from disability, homelessness, mental illness, drug or alcohol addiction, trauma, abuse and neglect - aiming to improve the wellbeing of the most marginalised or vulnerable...
The third Australian Digital Inclusion Index report, developed by Roy Morgan, has taken a look at digital inclusion across Australia. The ongoing research reveals there are still substantial access gaps in sectors of the community - in general, Australians with low levels of income, education and...
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Businesses, community organisations, educational institutions and government agencies working to foster reconciliation and pave the way for a better future for our state are encouraged to nominate for the 2019 Queensland Reconciliation Awards. The awards recognise inspirational initiatives that are...
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The Energy Savvy Families Program helps give Queenslanders the power to manage their electricity bills. Participating families can learn more about their energy use and simple ways to manage their electricity costs. It’s free, it’s fun and participants will be in the running to win rewards, such as...
At a time where many people are assessing their goals for 2019, and potentially throwing away some resolutions in the process, perhaps you could start off the new year on the right foot with some professional development? The Community Door eTraining platform has hundreds of free courses available...
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Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is calling on Queenslanders to nominate outstanding people or organisations who have helped shape and strengthen our State, for the 2019 Queensland Greats Awards. T he annual awards recognise the efforts and achievements of remarkable individuals and institutions...
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We will be closed from 5pm on 21 December and will reopen on 2 January 2019. If you have any inquiries please email these to [email protected] and we will respond to you on our return.

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