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Young people: from surviving to thriving – QFCC regional speakers series

The Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) is holding a free Regional Speakers Series event at Mt Isa on Thursday, 17th October. The Regional Speakers Series is designed to bring respected speakers to the regions so we can take another step forward in improving the wellbeing of Queensland children and young people. Highly regarded clinical psychologist, researcher and author, Andrew Fuller, will be the keynote speaker, discussing the topic Young People: From Surviving to ThrivingGumbaynggirr man and QFCC principal advisor John Gibson will talk about the Families are First initiative which celebrates and explores Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parenting wisdom, and Principal Commissioner Cheryl Vardon will present on what over 7000 Queensland children and young people have told QFCC about their communities. Find out more and register.

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  1. Angela Sammon on October 17, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    Is it possible to attend the event today if not registered?

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