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The QCOSS Connect events, which have just wrapped up, were an opportunity for QCOSS to showcase some of the projects we're involved with in communities across Queensland.
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‘Changing the world’ has been Luke's top priority his entire career, and it is something he chips away at every moment of the day. As the Community Capacity Lead, Luke’s chief responsibility is supporting communities and the community sector to drive change at a local level. He is responsible for leading QCOSS's place-based activities to support community change and growth. Luke is also responsible for supporting much of QCOSS's work in building capacity and capability of the community services sector to respond to policy and local level need. By connecting this work with the policy and communications arms of QCOSS, Luke plays a valuable role in connecting local level learnings with strategy and policy across the three levels of government.
Every Child Central Queensland is an ambitious initiative seeking to make long term systemic change to a range of complex issues facing the children of Central Queensland.
QCOSS is inviting Queensland-based energy consumer advocates to express their interest in attending NEM training. Please complete this expression of interest form by Monday 10 September for the opportunity to be considered.
Changing Lives, Changing Communities - Townsville Presentation
Notice is given that the Queensland Council of Social Service Ltd (QCOSS) Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held at 7.30am on the Tuesday 6 November 2018 at Souths Leagues Club, Davies Park, 120 Jane Street, West End.
With the bill to introduce the cashless debit card to Hinkler not being passed in the Senate yesterday, we must continue the fight to stop this bill.
As reviewed on 1 August 2018, there are a total of 23 councils and four part council areas drought declared. These declarations represent 57.4 per cent of the land area of Queensland. There are also 85 Individually Drought Declared Properties in a further 11 shires. Eligible farmers and small businesses in these areas can access Federal and State assistance.

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