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Partnering for the future—the Queensland Government and community services industry working together

Read about priorities and actions for ensuring Queensland has a progressive, high-performing community services industry, now and into the future.

Queensland Women’s Week grants

Apply for grants of up to $3,000 to deliver events and activities that recognise and celebrate the achievements of Queensland women and girls.

2017 Queensland Community Recovery Forum

Participate in our forum, on 25 October 2017, to discuss challenges and identify opportunities for building resilience in communities following natural disasters.

Multicultural Queensland Charter

Read the Multicultural Queensland Charter, which aims to promote Queensland as a unified, harmonious and inclusive community. We are developing strategies to promote the Charter broadly throughout the community and across the state to turn its principles into reality.

Changing Queensland's child protection laws

The Child Protection Reform Amendment Bill 2017 has been introduced to Parliament proposing changes to the Child Protection Act to keep children safe, protected and supported to reach their full potential.

$5.35M boost for positive parenting

Triple P—Positive Parenting Program will continue to help Queensland mums and dads be the best parents they can be with free access to the program extended for another 3 years. Register today for a session near you.

Everybody has a role to play – All Abilities Queensland

Watch our video about the barriers people with disability face when they are seeking employment, hear from Queenslanders with disability, share your own story, and find out how you can create a more inclusive Queensland.

Is your feedback

Please submit your comments on the department's Compliments and Complaints section.

Please submit your comments on the Queensland Government website Contacts form.