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ACCOs called to co-design Breaking Cycles 2023-25 Action Plan

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community controlled organisations (ACCOs) are called to collaborate with QATSICPP, Family Matters Queensland and the Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs (DCYJMA) in the co-design of the Breaking Cycles 2023-25 Action Plan. Expressions of Interest are sought from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community-controlled organisations to lead community engagement activities to identify local community needs, aspirations and priorities. Support will also be provided for two community representatives from each site to participate in a follow-up statewide forum to be held in Brisbane. The closing date for EOIs to be a collaborative ACCO has been extended to 5pm, Monday 13th June. View the guidelines for more information, or download the EOI form. Enquiries can be directed to Lisa Hillan, Director of Policy, Research and Evaluation by email to grants@qatsicpp.com.au.

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