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Queensland Government media release More than 700 Queensland community groups, including 12 Rural Fire Brigades and SES Units, will benefit from $14.9 million worth of grants as part of Round 102 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF). Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath...
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The Australian Evaluation Society is running a one-day course which has been custom designed for people who want to commission better evaluations. It is for people with a role in planning, commissioning and managing evaluations. It is suitable for beginners through to those with a few years'...
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ACOSS (the Australian Council of Social Service) has partnered with UNSW Sydney to undertake a five year research and impact collaboration to sharpen the national focus on poverty and inequality in Australia. The partnership monitors trends in poverty and inequality over time, explores drivers, and...
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Queensland Government media release The Palaszczuk Government has launched a new $10 million Indigenous tourism fund to create economic opportunities and jobs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders. Tourism Minister Kate Jones said the Growing Indigenous Tourism in Queensland Fund...
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Queensland Government media release Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have established the first tranche of Local Housing Plans (LHPs) to build new and upgraded housing, as the Palaszczuk Government helps local communities to reduce overcrowding. Minister for Housing Mick de...
Join True Relationships and Reproductive Health and the Queensland Council for LGBTI Health for an evening platforming the voices and experiences of people who are Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and from migrant and refugee backgrounds as well as sexuality or gender diverse (LGBTIQ+). A panel...
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Queensland Government media release B usinesses, community groups and organisations working to advance reconciliation in Queensland are encouraged to nominate for 2020 Queensland Reconciliation Awards. Acting Treasurer and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Mick de...
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In Australia, limited awareness of dementia in people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds often results in delayed diagnosis, poorer prognosis, and a higher burden of care on families and health systems. Moving Pictures, an innovative multi-media project, aims to change...
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Do you have a disability that impacts your daily life activities, or do you know someone who does? The National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) invites people with disability, families and carers to attend a workshop with a focus on access to the Scheme. Happening across Queensland on dates in...
If you wish to support friends or family members affected by bushfires interstate, or donate to emergency services in some way but are unsure how you should go about it, ACOSS (Australian Council of Social Service) and the Australian Red Cross have developed a handy guide. It is full of resources...

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