Webinars

YFS First Nations CLE Toolkit

First Nations CLE toolkit: engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to create meaningful access to justice

Webinar Date: November 29, 2022

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people often face barriers in accessing legal support. It is important that legal resources and services are culturally appropriate, and that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are consulted and have the opportunity to advise on areas of legal need that […]

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Motor vehicle accident

A ‘crash’ course in motor vehicle accidents: Legal and insurance avenues explained

Webinar Date: November 22, 2022

According to a survey by Budget Direct, 64% of adult Australians have been involved in at least one car accident, and the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics found there were 20.1 million registered motor vehicles in Australia. No matter how minor or […]

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Anti discrimination act review

Building Belonging Report – Outcomes of the Review of Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination Act

Webinar Date: November 15, 2022

In 1991, the introduction of the Anti-Discrimination Act offered the promise of equal and effective treatment against discrimination to a range of historically disadvantaged groups. Thirty years on, the Queensland Attorney-General has tabled Building Belonging: Review of Queensland’s Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 in the Queensland Parliament. […]

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Sisters inside

Government Supervision of Funding Agreements and the Sisters Inside Case

Webinar Date: October 20, 2022

Services provided by non-government organisations but funded by government are often provided on condition that the use of funding and performance of the services can be audited or reviewed. The organisations that provide these services are often also subject to other statutory or regulatory requirements, […]

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Queensland Ombudsman

The Queensland Ombudsman: An introduction to our services and investigations

Webinar Date: October 11, 2022

The Queensland Ombudsman gives people a timely, effective and independent way to have administrative actions of agencies investigated. The Ombudsman’s complaints investigation service is free and independent. The Ombudsman investigates complaints about the actions and decisions of state government departments and agencies, local councils and […]

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Mandatory reporting

PII session: Community legal centres and section 229BC mandatory reporting

Webinar Date: August 09, 2022

The new offences in section 229BB and 229BC of the Criminal Code Act 1899 (Qld) (the Criminal Code) commenced on 5 July 2021. Under section 229BC of the Criminal Code, an offence is created for any adult who fails to disclose information that causes the […]

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Reimagining work – transforming work culture through everyday leadership

Reimagining work – transforming work culture through everyday leadership

Webinar Date: July 28, 2022

Workers are often drawn to the community sector because of a belief in the mission and values of the organisation, but what happens when workload, stress, personality clashes or a pandemic starts to erode good workplace culture, leading to a ‘toxic’ work environment and decline […]

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Demand Management PowerBI

Demand Management and Power BI in the QLD CLC sector

Webinar Date: July 20, 2022

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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