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Social media for advocacy: A beginners guide

Social media is vital to the project of sharing knowledge, but it is also now increasingly important for grant funding and collaborations. Social work for social change can frequently involve some element of promotion, persuasion or education, knowledge of how to use social media tools. […]

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2022 Copywriting storytelling tactics for NFPs

Find your stories, show your impact – Storytelling strategies to curate and communicate what you do, and why you matter as an organisation! Copywriter and campaign story-teller Andrea Rowe helps you apply the narrative lens to your not for profit stories. She shares writing tips and […]

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State of Family Law Conference Brisbane

The 2022 State of Family Law Conference will be taking place in Brisbane on 17 February at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. The conference will welcome leaders from the family law sector to navigate the crucial changes that have come about due to the merger […]

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News

Launched: Community Legal Centres Queensland Impact Report 2021

The Community Legal Centres Queensland Impact Report 2021 was launched by the Queensland Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Shannon Fentiman MP at a Parliamentary event today. The 2021 report tells stories of change in our communities and presents evidence of the effect community legal centres […]

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Indigenous Literacy Day 2021

By Emitis Morsali, Community Legal Centres Queensland Volunteer Indigenous Literacy Day, which takes place annually on the first Wednesday in September, aims to raise awareness about the educational struggles faced by Australia’s First Nations communities. However, it is important to note that Indigenous Literacy Day […]

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National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day (Children’s Day) is a national day dedicated to celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. Children’s Day is celebrated across the country each year on 4 August. Children’s Day is a time Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander […]

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Success Stories

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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ADA Law assisted Margaret to regain autonomy

Fundamental to an older person’s autonomy is having the ability to make their own decisions about their life, including where and who they live with. Margaret*, 74, was admitted to hospital after a fall. Her husband of 40 years, who also held Margaret’s Power of […]

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Yolanda’s Volunteering Journey

Many thanks to Yolanda for volunteering on Caxton’s front desk. Here’s her story: “I have been volunteering as a Front Desk Student at Caxton Legal Centre since the beginning of 2017 and really enjoy the experience and value the learning opportunity. By assisting in administrative […]

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