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North Queensland Law Association Conference

The 2022 North Queensland Law Association Conference will be held 26 – 28 May 2022 at the Ville Resort & Casino in Townsville. The NQLA Conference provides an opportunity for practitioners from across Queensland and Australia to come together to experience a first-class programme of […]

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Update on the Legal Assistance Service Data Project – delivery of quality data from the sector to the ABS under the NLAP Agreement

Under Schedule D of the NLAP Agreement Centres are required to deliver unit level data to the ABS in September 2022. This webinar will explain how the ABS will manage this data, what it will be used for and why quality data is so important […]

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Climate change and legal need: What do we know? Where are the gaps?

*Please note the new date for this webinar: Thursday 2 June 2022, 12pm-1pm* Every day civil law problems are likely to accelerate as a result of both slow onset climate change, as well as standalone extreme weather events like the recent Queensland floods. This webinar, […]

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News

Early bird conference registration

Early bird registrations are open for our 2021 State Conference. The Conference is taking place on 11 and 12 May at the Hotel Grand Chancellor’s Conference Centre. With the theme “Champions, Allies and Advocates”, the conference promises to inspire, challenge your thinking and develop your […]

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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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Reviewing the Anti-Discrimination Act – 10 point plan for a fairer Queensland

Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld) is under review to ensure it is keeping up to date with the changing needs of society. An alliance of Queensland lawyers and advocates with expertise using the Anti-Discrimination Act to advance human rights has developed a 10-point plan for a fairer Queensland.  Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination […]

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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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