Below you will find a list of all posts that have been categorised as "Domain: Family and connectedness"

The QCOSS 2020 State Election Scorecard

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 with our member organisations, lays out seven tangible policies that would support the wellbeing [...]

21 October 2020|Post

Aimee’s update – 4 September 2020

In her latest video update, QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh talks about the need for smart stimulus in social housing - including our energy efficiency proposal, and our partnership with the Property Council pushing for 53,000 [...]

4 September 2020|Post

Aimee’s update – 21 August 2020

In her latest video update, QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh talks about the Queensland Government's upcoming COVID-19 Fiscal and Economic Review, and our online event in mid-September which will examine the impacts of the statement on [...]

21 August 2020|Post

Aimee’s update – 17 July 2020

In this week’s video update, QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh talks about our upcoming members-only webinar examining the looming ‘fiscal cliff’. To find out more about "The cliff? What it means for Queensland's Social Service Sector" webinar, click here. Aimee [...]

17 July 2020|Post

Aimee’s update – 3 July 2020

In this week’s video update, QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh talks about the need to #RaisetheRateforGood, and our relaunch of the Community Door website featuring a fresh new look and all new resources. Visit the new [...]

3 July 2020|Post

Aimee’s update – 8 May 2020

In this week’s video update, QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh talks about the careful and deliberate path back to normality across Queensland, May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month, and the very first LGBTI Domestic [...]

8 May 2020|Post

Aimee’s update – 1 May 2020

In this week’s video update, QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh talks JobKeeper and welcome changes made to not-for-profit eligibility, the Senate Inquiry report into the adequacy of JobSeeker payments, and movement in Queensland’s Care Army. To [...]

1 May 2020|Post