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We are Queensland’s peak body for the social service sector.

Our vision is to achieve equality, opportunity and wellbeing for every person, in every community.

We believe that every person in Queensland – regardless of where they come from, who they pray to, their gender, who they love, how or where they live – deserves to live a life of equality, opportunity and wellbeing.

We are a conduit for change. We bring people together to help solve the big social issues faced by people in Queensland, building strength in numbers to amplify our voice.

We create positive social change through our work in advocacy, policy development, engaging and empowering our members, the social service sector and communities. We’re committed to self-determination and opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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Latest News

Member Profile: Caxton Legal Centre

19 January 2021|Comments Off on Member Profile: Caxton Legal Centre

Cybele Koning is the CEO of Caxton Legal Centre, a community legal centre which has been operating for more than 40 years, and provides legal assistance and social work supports to thousands of vulnerable Queenslanders. [...]

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Submission on Child Protection Amendment Bill

15 January 2021|Comments Off on Submission on Child Protection Amendment Bill

QCOSS has made a submission to the Community Support and Services Committee on the Child Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020. Signatories from the Queensland Family and Child Commission, Australian Human Rights Commission, Queensland [...]

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Aimee’s update – 24 December 2020

24 December 2020|Comments Off on Aimee’s update – 24 December 2020

In this week's video update, QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh wishes everyone a happy holidays and outlines some areas of focus for QCOSS as we move into 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjnHCdFu1iY&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=CommunityDoor   TRANSCRIPT As the year draws to [...]

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Upcoming QCOSS Events

Recent Cases in Energy Disconnection and Hardship: Understanding Customers’ Rights

18 February 2021 to 18 February 2021

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Learn from three recent cases of energy retailers breaching their legal customer obligations across customer hardship and disconnections.

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Our strengths and focus lie in these areas

The work we do relies on these areas being connected. Together they enable us to truly create a movement for change; a movement that will create
equality, opportunity and wellbeing for all people in all communities.

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