Have your say about the future of Queensland’s resources communities.
Following on from the success of our in-person Brisbane event, we have introduced an online, Queensland-wide event. Spaces are limited to 35 so register now!
QCOSS In Conversation with The Honourable Cameron Dick MP, Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Investment
In October, the Queensland Taskforce on Coercive Control and Women’s Experience in the Criminal Justice System will report on its findings and recommendations of how best to legislate against coercive control as a form of domestic and family violence.
Queensland is a multicultural state and home to many diverse ethnic and religious communities. QCOSS strongly supports the #BetterLaws4SafeQld campaign that seeks to improve legal protections for people subjected to serious vilification and hate crimes.
Making a decision or acting in a way that gives ‘proper consideration’ to human rights requires service providers to ask: which rights are relevant, what is the impact of my action or decision, and if a limitation is reasonable and justifiable?
Nicole Deen from Kasama Consulting will join us to talk about co-design and what it means for policymaking and service delivery.
The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission State Director, Fran Vicary, will join us as guest speaker.