On Demand Webinars

Human rights at the Mental Health Review Tribunal: Advising and assisting people under involuntary orders

Webinar Date: October 28, 2020

The Human Rights Act 2019 (Qld) (HRA 2019) contains a number of rights relevant for clients experiencing mental health issues, particularly those who may be subject to involuntary treatment, and in light of COVID-19, which has amplified existing systemic rights. Given the breadth of issues […]

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Practicing healthy boundaries for relationships at home and work

Webinar Date: October 22, 2020

Boundaries are the dividing lines between us and others, symbolising where we end and someone else begins. This webinar will explore how healthy boundaries – within your personal and professional life – can enhance your relationships and create a sense of personal empowerment and resilience. […]

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Nailing the basics – A guide to social media and community management

Webinar Date: September 29, 2020

Social media is such a key part of marketing and awareness raising for many organisations, including community legal centres. But how do you know if you’re hitting the mark? In this webinar, Anastasia Symons, Brand & Communications Manager for R U OK? talks us through […]

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Risks, considerations and conversations about safety when domestic and family violence comes to work

Webinar Date: September 02, 2020

Domestic and family violence (DFV) affects a wide range of people in not only their home and personal lives, but can also have far-reaching impacts on their social and economic participation, including at work. This presentation, jointly hosted by Community Legal Centres Queensland and The Services Union, provides […]

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Data Governance: A framework for Community Legal Centres

Webinar Date: August 27, 2020

In a world where the volume of data is perpetually increasing, there is little room for any organisation, including not-for-profit community organisations, to be complacent when it comes to data governance. In the context of increasing cyber-attacks, which by their very nature compromise data security […]

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Keeping calm while others carry on: Dealing with emotionally dysregulated clients

Webinar Date: August 12, 2020

Emotional dysregulation is strongly associated with mental health and neurodevelopmental disorders and is often found in clients who have suffered childhood trauma, abuse and neglect. These disorders are also associated with social and financial disadvantage, making it likely that CLC staff will encounter clients who […]

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