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Celebrating Multicultural Queensland grants now open
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.
Queensland Budget 2016-17: Women’s outcomes statement
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.
A new multicultural policy and action plan for Queensland
Have your say about how Queensland can support equitable opportunity for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and create a more inclusive, welcoming and harmonious community.
Queensland Multicultural Month 2016
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.
Family and Child Connect now open in Mackay and Cairns
Family and Child Connect services have now opened their doors to families at risk in Mackay and Cairns, giving parents access to the help they need to safely care for their children at home.
There's no excuse for elder abuse
Elder abuse is often hidden away—people aren’t willing to talk about it, or make excuses to justify abusive behaviour. This needs to change. Everyone needs to know there’s no excuse for elder abuse.
Take up the Not Now, Not Ever challenge
All over Queensland, people are taking up the challenge to put an end to domestic and family violence. See what others have done and share how you’re taking up the challenge.
Become an accredited Triple P provider
Free training is now available for individuals and organisations that work with families and parents to become accredited providers of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program to Queensland mums, dads and carers.
Stay connected during storm and cyclone season
Wherever you are in our great state, access up-to-date disaster information by following @RecoveryQld on Twitter, downloading the Self Recovery App, and visiting the Queensland Government’s disasters and emergencies website.
Trust your instinct
Domestic and family violence takes many forms and can sometimes have fatal consequences. If you are concerned someone you know is being abused, don’t let your concern become regret. Trust your instinct – call DV Connect on 1800 811 811.