QCOSS recently responded to legislation before parliament and released our report on opportunities for red tape reduction.
The Queensland Government is currently formulating a 30 year vision for the state under the Queensland Plan process. This is an important opportunity to ensure that the interests of people facing or at risk of facing poverty and disadvantage are included in government strategies into the future.
LGAQ and QCOSS have submitted their final report, The recommissioning of youth services in Queensland to Minister Tracy Davis’ Office and Department of Communities, Child Safety and Community Services.
Nominations are now open for the HESTA Community Sector Awards
What can we do to embrace... | Lutwyche | 28 Mar
Due to popular demand another session has been organised - 28 March 2014 An invitation to discuss the question: What can we do to embrace disruption and respond differently to support our communities to thrive? Change in the community services sector is rapid and constant, and can seem overwhelming at times. A lot of change doesn’t always mean a lot of progress. A need is emerging to respond differently to ensure our communities are supported to thrive.