Celebrate and recognise people creating more inclusive and harmonious communities at the Queensland Multicultural Awards luncheon at the Logan Entertainment Centre on Saturday 20 August. Tickets sold out early in 2015 so buy your tickets today!
The new Queensland Government Protocol for Joint Agency Response When a Child in Care is Missing outlines the steps to be taken to ensure there are no delays when a child living in out-of-home care is missing from school or home.
Community organisations are invited to apply for grants to host diverse cultural events that celebrate and promote Queensland’s multicultural identity, increase community awareness of benefits of multiculturalism and foster community cohesion.
Read how the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services will enable Queenslanders to participate in and contribute to a fair, resilient and prosperous Queensland.
The conference, on Wednesday 24 August, is a great opportunity for people to share information, create new connections, and encourage innovation around Queensland’s disability sector.
The Queensland Government values diversity and recognises the benefits to women, and to Queensland overall, of women’s achievement. Learn more about the Queensland Budget 2016-17 allocations to advance gender equality.
Find out how you can get involved in the first Queensland Multicultural Month, to be celebrated in August. With events and activities statewide, it will be Queensland’s largest celebration of our multiculturalism.
The revised complaints management policy and procedure has been updated and was released on 1 July. This revised information will be used by all staff who have a role in managing complaints on behalf of the department. More...
Expressions of interest are now open for community-controlled organisations to lead the design and delivery of new Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Family Wellbeing services in the Roma, Mackay, South Burnett and Moreton Bay catchments. More...