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QShelter panel discussion on COVID-19 economic impacts

QShelter is hosting an online panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities presented by COVID-19 economic impacts, in particular for community organisations, housing providers and homelessness services. The discussion will address role of housing supply in economic stimulus and recovery. Panellists include leading economist Saul Eslake, UNSW Professor of Urban Policy and Strategy Hal Pawson, with discussion to be facilitated by ABC Brisbane journalist Lexy Hamilton-Smith. The online panel will be held Thursday, 21st May 4pm to 6pm with discounted rates for QShelter members. Find out more and register.

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

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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…

Read More

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…

Read More

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…

Read More