With more than $2.9 billion committed towards social housing in today’s state budget, QCOSS welcomes the government’s commitment to addressing Queensland’s housing crisis.
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Queensland’s current housing crisis is now affecting a population larger than 96% of the state’s towns. Today, tens of thousands of people don’t have [...]
As the state’s peak body for the community sector QCOSS is uniquely positioned to support and enable place-based approaches across Queensland. We recognise that [...]
The Queensland government is proposing new rape and sexual assault laws. The proposed changes sparked heated debate from organisations, academics and individuals who work [...]
QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh has called on the government to take advantage of the current economic climate to make the substantial investments in public [...]
While all politicians may speak of benefitting all Queenslanders, people experiencing vulnerability in our state need sustained commitment. QCOSS’ election priorities statement, drafted in consultation [...]
We were delighted to host Labor's Minister for Communities, Disability Services and Seniors, The Honourable Coralee O'Rourke and LNP's Shadow Minister for Communities, Disability Services [...]
Are you joining us for a special online event? – Queensland’s economic response during COVID-19: what it means for the sector
Do you have a question for the Treasurer? Register now for an exclusive online event on Monday 14 September with Queensland Treasurer the Hon. [...]
For a long time QCOSS and the Councils of Social Service (COSS) network have been advocating strongly for a permanent increase to JobSeeker and [...]
The needs of people experiencing vulnerability and disadvantage during and after the crisis People experiencing vulnerability and disadvantage must not be left behind. The [...]