The Hon Jackie Trad, Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships has been invited to speak and share with us the impact that the budget will have on Queenslanders experiencing poverty and disadvantage.
The Treasurer’s presentation will be followed by a panel discussion including: Professor Anne Tiernan, Dean (Engagement), Griffith Business School; Neil Willmett, Chief Executive Officer, Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council; and Anita Veivers, Executive Director, Centacare FNQ.
HESTA is once again our principal sponsor of the breakfast.
This year we partner with Council on the Ageing (COTA) Queensland, Q Shelter, PeakCare, National Disability Services (NDS), Queensland Alliance for Mental Health, Community Legal Centres Queensland, Child Protection Peak, Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA), Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN), Volunteering Queensland, Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland (ECCQ), Tenants Queensland Inc.
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Thanks to HESTA, our principal partner for the 2019 QCOSS State Budget Breakfast.
Thanks also to the Queensland Community Service Peaks.
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