Our thoughts are with all centres located in areas hit by extreme weather events over the Christmas and New Year period. Queensland is now experiencing compounding and cascading climate events. The long tail of community recovery from disasters means there will likely be an influx […]
Community Legal Centres Queensland will be closed from Friday 22 December 2023 until Monday 8 January 2024. If you need to contact a community legal centre over the holiday period – you can search for your local centre here: https://www.communitylegalqld.org.au/find-legal-help/ Please note that many centres
Community Legal Centres Queensland is calling on the State Government to invest an additional $18.76 million in 2024-2025 budget to stem the flow of critical Community Legal Centre workers to better paid jobs and ensure the current suite of CLC services is maintained across Queensland.
We are honoured to introduce Bundjalung woman Amelia Otton. Amelia is a lawyer at the Institute of Urban Indigenous Health, a role she says changed her life on all fronts. The ability to work in a way which honours who she is as an Aboriginal
The National Legal Assistance Partnership Review Issues Paper has been released. The Issues Paper poses questions in 16 key areas related to the current NLAP and possible future arrangements, but also invites submissions and evidence on any areas raised more generally in the Review Terms
CLCQ staff and management committee have reviewed and refreshed the organisation’s Strategic Plan for the current financial year. The Strategic Plan outlines Community Legal Centres Queensland’s three main objectives: Objective 1: Work with Queensland community legal centres to continually improve organisational sustainability and service quality
After careful consideration, and talking to the Community Legal Centres Queensland First Nations reference group and our other First Nation colleagues, Community Legal Centres Queensland supports the YES campaign on the Voice to Parliament. Community Legal Centres Queensland recognises and respects the diversity of First
2023 CLCQ State Conference – Registration closes May 19 Time is running out to secure your registration for the 2023 Community Legal Centres Queensland State Conference. Registrations close on Friday, 19 May. This year’s conference is taking place in Meanjin/Brisbane on 31 May and