In consultation with our members, QCOSS has made a submission to the Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs on its ‘Growing Child Safe [...]
Below you will find a list of all posts that have been categorised as "Service Type: Early Childhood and Care"
QCOSS does not support the Queensland Government’s proposed amendments to the Youth Justice Act. Our position is clearly articulated in a joint media release that [...]
Listen in: Queensland’s underwhelming budget misses a once in a generation opportunity to build back better
QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh joined Craig Zonca and Loretta Ryan on ABC Radio Brisbane to talk about Queensland's state budget, released on 1 December. Aimee [...]
Julie French is the Manager at Innisfail’s Community Support Centre, which provides a broad range of family and community support services, including counselling, parenting and educational [...]
It has been five years since Commissioner Tim Carmody QC handed down his findings into the child protection system in Queensland and set out a [...]
‘Staying the course’ has been the Treasurer’s catch cry for the 2019-20 budget, and it’s true we see few new ideas in this spend. QCOSS [...]
To inform the Investment Management Strategy process for Neighbourhood Centres in Queensland, the Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) and Queensland Families and Communities Association (QFCA) facilitated five consultation forums across the state – in Brisbane, Toowoomba, Rockhampton, Cairns, and one teleconference session. 82 per cent of the 122 funded neighbourhood centres in Queensland engaged in the consultation and participation was proportionately well distributed in terms of number of funded sites, regions and localities.
Website offering practical, cutting edge resources including books and training resources that have been developed by leaders in Early Childhood Intervention and Inclusion Support.
The Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) is pleased to release this report revealing the interrelated nature of poverty and disadvantage, highlighting key areas in Queensland which need to be addressed with better targeted programs, policies and investment.