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2020 STOP Domestic Violence Conference abstract submissions open

The 2020 STOP Domestic Violence Conference will be held 2nd to 4th December at the RACV Royal Pines Resort, Gold Coast. The conference aims to provide a platform for a unified national voice to break the cycle of domestic and family violence. Acquire new skills, examine the latest research and connect with others dedicated to ending domestic and family violence. Abstract submissions are now open across five areas: Primary Prevention, Early Intervention, Response, Healing and Recovery, and Workforce Development and Systems Improvement. Early bird registration is also open until September, with hundreds purchasing tickets already.

Care experienced Youth Advisory Group to be appointed in Queensland

Youth Advisory Group to be appointed as key outcome of Queensland’s Residential Care Review, updated HSQF soon applicable, PeakCare’s new…

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DCSSDS Motor Vehicle Safety Guidelines – FAQs and Clarifications

In late 2023, the Department of Child Safety, Seniors and Disability Services released the Motor Vehicle Safety – Guidelines for Child…

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Universities Accord Final Report released, legislative changes, and foster carer engagement

The Universities Accord Final Report has been released, containing recommendations to reform Australia’s higher education system. It’s also Queensland Women’s…

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Care experienced Youth Advisory Group to be appointed in Queensland

Youth Advisory Group to be appointed as key outcome of Queensland’s Residential Care Review, updated HSQF soon applicable, PeakCare’s new…

Read More

DCSSDS Motor Vehicle Safety Guidelines – FAQs and Clarifications

In late 2023, the Department of Child Safety, Seniors and Disability Services released the Motor Vehicle Safety – Guidelines for Child…

Read More

Universities Accord Final Report released, legislative changes, and foster carer engagement

The Universities Accord Final Report has been released, containing recommendations to reform Australia’s higher education system. It’s also Queensland Women’s…

Read More