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Cityscape highlights by 54 Reasons (Save the Children) in support of 20 years of Anti-Poverty Week

Thank you to 54 Reasons (Save the Children) who, with the support of the Brisbane City Council have made sure that Brisbane bridges have been magnificently lit and adorned with Anti-Poverty Week banners. Pictures of this impressive display are below:

20 years of Anti-Poverty Week – act on child poverty

 

Adorned with banners 

 

Green for go – it’s everyone’s job to act on poverty

 

Anti-Poverty Week 2022 “Is Australia the lucky country for all?” panel discussion photo gallery

Anti-Poverty Week 2022 “Is Australia the lucky country for all?” panel discussion photo gallery Panel members Cath Bartolo AM, Sharon…

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The face of winter 2022 – don’t hate, vaccinate!

It increasingly seems that few of us are being spared from wearing the face of Winter 2022. Bouts of COVID…

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Mercy Community teams flex their creativity during COVID

With school holidays extended and Omicron roaming, our teams from Mercy Community who support young people in our Residential Care…

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Prioritisation of health services for children in care

Did you know that Queensland Health has an intention to prioritise provision of health services to children in care? Read…

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Queensland’s Residential Care Roadmap released – A new chapter for residential care in Queensland

The Queensland Government has today released the Roadmap for Residential Care in Queensland. Key focus areas for this roadmap include halving…

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Hundreds of Masterclass enrolments, youth justice news and initiatives and more in this week’s eNews

PeakCare is pleased to officially launch our first Hope & Healing Masterclass, with hundreds across the residential care sector already…

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