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Sustainable Leadership in CLCs

This webinar will be presented by Joan Wilson-Jones from JwJ Consulting Brisbane. Joan’s previous sessions, presented at the 2021 CLCQ Leadership Forum and 2022 CLCQ State Conference, were very well received, offering practical strategies and ideas to support leaders embed excellence across their teams. Sustainable […]

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How Legal Aid Queensland can help support workers and their clients

Join us for a free legal information webinar to learn about Legal Aid Queensland’s services and how to access them for your clients. This webinar will include Auslan and live captions. This webinar will be presented by Legal Aid Queensland Information and Advice Services Director […]

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Demand Management and Power BI in the QLD CLC sector

Community Legal Centres Queensland (CLCQ) was funded by the Department of Justice and Attorney-General to lead the development of a demand management framework to support Queensland CLCs to implement and/or improve existing intake and triage, and demand management systems, in an environment in which demand […]

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News

2022 State Budget Wrap Up

The State budget was handed down on Tuesday, June 21. In the budget there was increased funding of $12.2 million over 4 years and $2.8 million ongoing to support Seniors in Queensland including expanding elder abuse services provided under the Seniors Legal And Support Services […]

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2022 State Conference Success

The Community Legal Centres Queensland 2022 State Conference saw more than 200 delegates come together for two days of challenging, inspiring and thought-provoking discussions around the theme: “Champions, Allies & Advocates”. The conference attracted not only those working in the community legal sector but also delegates from […]

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2022-2025 Budget proposal

Queensland community legal centres make a significant impact on their communities, including the lives of their clients, their community partners, the justice system and their volunteers.  Late last year we launched the 2021 Impact Report that tells these important stories. The recent flood events in […]

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Success Stories

High pressure sales

Betty* was pressured into signing up to a funeral plan costing more than $7000. At the time of agreeing to sign the contract, Betty was alone and emotionally vulnerable as it was the anniversary of a significant date for her and her late husband. The […]

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Free from violence

Sonya*, a young Aboriginal women went to her local community centre after her ex-partner had assaulted her and taken the two young children. Sonya was distraught as she did not know where the children were and if they were safe.  Sonya and the children had […]

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Ben’s live turns around thanks to Basic Rights Queensland

Ben* was living in his car, had no money and couldn’t access income support. After an injury at work, he had lost the ability to use his hands. He could no longer do the things he loved, such as painting and playing the guitar. Ben […]

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