Adam Klaproth is one of our QCOSS conference scholarship winners and is our latest member profile
The National COSS (Councils of Social Service) Network is working towards a just, inclusive and sustainable Australia where everyone can exercise their inalienable human rights, has equal access to resources and opportunity to participate in and benefit from social and economic life. With this in mind we are deeply disturbed that the Australian Government is abandoning investment to address the critical housing need for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote communities.
Applications are now open for rebates on washing machines, refrigerators or air-conditioners under the Energy Affordable Plan.
Alan Le May is General Manager of The Smith Family's Queensland branch.
Water Literacy Forum | Victoria Point | 13 Mar
If you are a frontline worker for a community organisation that assists people with financial issues, including water bills, this forum is for you.
Movement for change - play your... | Brisbane | 16 May
The stories we tell ourselves now will predict the future. How can we change these stories to create the future we want? How do we move our communities closer to creating greater wellbeing by challenging how we talk about the world?
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