In a year that the tenacity and resilience of the sector was so evident, it’s been humbling to collaborate with and advocate for the organisations who are there for Queenslanders when things get tough. In that vein, 2022-23 was a year where QCOSS celebrated the work, and workers, of our sector.
Below you will find a list of all posts that have been categorised as "Service Type: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse"
Key political milestones saw 2021-22 finish strongly for QCOSS and our members, with the federal election in May 2022 and Queensland Budget in June 2022 driving extensive advocacy for more social housing investment, increases to income support payments and cost of living relief.
Queensland’s community sector works to improve the quality of life of people accessing their services, as well as the wider community, holding crucial keys to unlocking the state’s full potential for growth and prosperity.
The amendments to the Social Services Legislation Bill will increase waiting periods for new migrants accessing income support payments.
All of us have a role in stepping up and speaking out to ensure that ourstate is a place of respect and equality, regardless of our ethnic, racial, religious or cultural backgrounds and beliefs.
The framework found in Queensland’s Human Rights Act should be applied to strategies to designed to improve the safety of women, including responding to coercive control.
A guide for engaging and working with interpreters in cases of domestic and family violence, and sexual assault
This QCOSS guide provides an outline on how to engage and work with interpreters in cases of domestic and family violence, and sexual assault. [...]