The Gender impact analysis of the Queensland Budget 2021-2022 report from QCOSS shows the Queensland Government must do more if the gender pay gap is to […]
From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Wuchopperen Health Service swung into action to protect the community. Within weeks, health workers at the Cairns-based […]
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.
Twenty-four hours out from the state budget, the Ai-Group has joined other high profile industry voices, the Property Council, Master Builders and QCOSS in calling for greater social […]
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 […]
Youth programs which connect First Nations children to their culture have had long-term benefits on improving mental health and wellbeing.
Greater investment in social housing will pull Queensland out of its current housing crisis and contribute to a stronger post-COVID economy, say QCOSS, Master Builders and the Property Council.
Alongside 12 leading community organisations, QCOSS is running the Town of Nowhere campaign, calling on the Queensland Labor Government to invest $4 Billion in building 14,700 social housing dwellings.
Billboards have gone live with QCOSS’ Town of Nowhere campaign in the regional centres of Townsville, Rockhampton, Cairns, and Gladstone, and in the Brisbane suburbs of Mt Gravatt and Moorooka.
A new project led by WorkUP Queensland is helping disability service workers recognise and respond to domestic and family violence.