May 2022 Edition

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Moving Forward - All Young People Safely Housed

Access to housing for young people in Queensland is at an all time low. At our recent QYHC SYHS meeting many organisations around Queensland shared similar experiences across regions:
  • There is increased demand for housing for young people and no supply;
  • The service system is blocked as there are no exit options to transition young people into;
  • More young people are sleeping rough
  • Tent cities are popping up in many regions
  • There is an increase in young parents who are living in tents & couch surfing with their kids.
When young people are in private rentals, after a significant amount of work getting there and being approved for rental properties, these properties are now being sold from underneath them or the costs are increasing so significantly that even SYHS are being locked out of rental properties needed to deliver their programs.

Young people are consistently being overlooked for professionals as tenants and unable to afford the ever-increasing rent. We’re looking forward to exploring solutions at the upcoming Integrated Framework of Housing with Support for Young People Forum at the end of this week. This event comes at a time when the issues that the sector has been facing for years are tenfold due to COVID-19 and floods.

A reminder to all SYHS that the deadline on feedback to Queensland Moving Forward – All Young People Safely Housed DRAFT for COMMENT is 10th June.

Calling All Young People

Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy is joining with QYHC to talk with young people across the state with lived experiences of homelessness. We’re keen to hear their thoughts about what services or additional supports could improve the service system.

If you have young people who are willing to chat with us and share their stories, please get in touch. We are wanting to ensure that young peoples’ voices are front and centre in our ‘Queensland Moving Forward – All Young People Safely Housed’ report when it is released as well as informing Queensland’s Youth Housing and Homelessness Policy and Framework.

We can be flexible in how the engagement occurs including face-to-face, zoom or sending questions to SYHS staff for them to ask young people directly.

We look forward to connecting with you soon to ensure young peoples’ perspectives are heard.

Changes to National Approach to Housing

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Congratulations to incoming Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and to all elected Senators and MPs following the recent Federal election. A great win for climate change, young people and those in need of housing with Labor, Greens and Independents changing the direction of priorities in Australia. Change in Government makes way for changes to national approach to housing.

The housing affordability crisis is a major challenge for the new government. After leaving housing to the states for so many years, the expected federal housing minister has promised to re-establish the Commonwealth’s leadership role. During the election campaign Labor’s housing policy commitments included the construction of 30,000 social and affordable homes through the the development of a
national housing and homelessness strategy, establishing the National Housing Supply and Affordability Council, and restoring funding for First Nations housing.

It will be important to ensure that there are targeted strategies for specific groups of people – especially young people that are at-risk. Anglicare Australia’s Rental Affordability Snapshot shows that young people on youth allowance payments are being left behind and face being locked out of the private rental market. This year’s data highlights how fierce the private rental market is for young people on Centrelink payments and that young people are at the bottom of a competitive and brutal market. Leadership from the Australian government on housing affordability has never been more essential than the times we are currently living in.

Free Flu Jab for Every Queenslander

All Queenslanders are being offered a free flu vaccination as the state faces a severe outbreak of Influenza A. COVID-19 measures had reduced flu cases to almost nil since 2020 but more than 4,000 cases have already been reported in 2022. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said she had taken the unprecedented decision to protect Queenslanders because:
  • Influenza A is predominantly a virus impacting young and old age groups more than others
  • Vaccine rates and immunity levels are low
  • Case numbers are climbing faster and earlier than expected
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The free vaccines will be available to all Queenslanders aged 6 months and over. To access your vaccine, talk to your local pharmacy or GP. For more information, click here and here.

June Celebrations

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In June, we celebrate two milestones – Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second Platinum Jubilee and Queensland Day.

This year, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second will become the first Australian Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service.
There will be many events and activities commemorating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in Australia. Events and activities will take place from Thursday 2nd June to Sunday 5th June 2022 to acknowledge this significant anniversary.

To find out more about the events that are happening, click here.
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This Queensland Day, Monday 6th June 2022, marks 163 years since Queensland separated from New South Wales to become an independent colony on the 6th June 1859.

Commemorated annually, Queensland Day is an important celebration of our state’s culture and heritage and an opportunity to reflect on what Queensland means to you. It is an opportunity for businesses, community groups, organisations, schools, sporting teams and families to come together and share their state pride.

To find out more about how to get involved and
celebrate, click here.

Greater Say for
Young People in Care

Changes passed in QLD parliament will amplify the voices of children and young people in decisions that affect them. The Child Protection Reform and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2021 will:
  • strengthen the Act to ensure children will be genuinely empowered and supported to participate in decisions about their lives within the child protection system;
  • reinforce children’s rights in the legislative framework;
  • strengthen children’s voices in decisions that affect them;
  • amend the definition of kin so that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children can be placed with people who are regarded as kin if they have a legitimate cultural connection to the child; and
  • streamline, clarify and improve the regulation of care.
Throughout the consultation phase, children and young people spoke about the importance of knowing their rights. They identified the rights that they wanted to see protected, including the right to be treated with respect and the right to be treated fairly. The government believes that this bill provides significant new rights to children in the protection system.
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Co-responder Teams
Queensland Mark
Two Years
in Operation

A crime prevention initiative that has brought together dedicated teams of police and youth justice workers to patrol the streets of Queensland has marked two years of operation in Cairns, Moreton, Rockhampton and Townsville.

The Queensland Government began rolling out the joint police and youth justice co-responder program in May 2020 as part of a commitment to reduce youth crime. The program has experienced success across the state as it considers the causes of youth crime and ensures that agencies are working together to engage at-risk young people.

All programs have had 1000s of interactions with young people over the last two years and as a result, are diverting young people from the criminal justice system. Due to the success of the initiative, the Queensland government has continued to support the program by investing a further $11.9 million.

National Reconciliation Week 2022

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The National Reconciliation Week 2022 theme, “Be Brave, Make Change” is a challenge to all Australians – individuals, families, communities, organisations and government – to be brave and tackle the unfinished business of reconciliation so we can make change for the benefit of all Australians. This year everyone is being asked to make change starting with brave actions in their daily lives where they live, work and play. National Reconciliation Week is held from 27 May to 3 June and is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures and achievements. To learn more or find an event in your area, click here.

2022 National NAIDOC Week Poster Winner

The National NAIDOC Committee is proud to announce that the 2022 National NAIDOC Week Poster Competition winner is Ryhia Dank, a young Gudanji/Wakaja artist who grew up in a remote community in the Northern Territory.

Ryhia's artwork, Stronger, eloquently captured the spirit of this year’s NAIDOC Week theme – Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!

“Gudanji/Wakaja people told stories through pattern and design and that is what I am doing. I call my storying Nardurna. It means woman in my language. I am so excited to be this year’s NAIDOC Poster Competition Winner.” said Ryhia.

To download your copy of the poster, click here.
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LGBTIQA+ Social Meet Up

Headspace Indooroorilly is hosting a social meet up for any LGBTIQA+ young people and their friends. Come along to celebrate pride with lots of activities, chats and snacks. The group is being held on Monday 20 June 2022 from 3pm to 5pm. It will be held at 17 Station Road, Indooroopilly.

RSVP at headspace.indooroopilly@openminds.org.au
call 3157 1555 or click here.
To access the group poster, click here.
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Vinnies Youth Programs on Offer

Vinnies Youth offer various programs in Brisbane for young people between 8-17 years old. The programs aim to connect young people with positive role models as well as build and develop friendships between young people. These programs also provide respite for parents and families, and empower young people to grow through positive experiences in fun, safe, caring, and supportive environments. The programs include Soccer Stars, Buddies Day, Sense Youth Mentoring, and camps.

To access a programs flyer, click here.
To access a referral form, click here.
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Drive For Life Program

The Drive for Life program offers disadvantaged young people the opportunity to achieve the mandatory hours necessary to obtain their P1 provisional driver licence in a safe and positive environment. Drive for Life offers the skills necessary to drive safely, responsibly and defensively for life.

The program is available to young people aged between 16 and 25 years. There is no cost involved unless the young person does not attend their booked appointment – this incurs a fee of $50. The program assists young people to obtain their learners permit, if needed and provides them with 10 hours of driving lessons with a qualified instructor. A volunteer mentor then takes over and provides driving supervision until they accrue their required 100 hours. Offices are based in Stafford and Lawnton.

To find out more about the program, click here.
To access the program flyer, click here.
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QDN Y Online Peer Support Group is on!

Queensland Disability Network is inviting young people with a disability living in Queensland to participate in their QDN Y online peer support group. This support group will be held on the first Tuesday of the month from 4pm to 5:30pm on zoom – with the next group being held on 7 June 2022.

RSVP on 1300 363 783 or peersupport@qdn.org.au.
For the QDN Y flyer, click here.
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Nature Freedom Programs

Nature Freedom is all about inclusion, creating positive and meaningful access and opportunities for participation in the natural environment and employment for young people living with a disability and/or mental health issues.

All of Nature Freedom’s programs are designed with a focus on the lived experiences of young people with disabilities and/or mental health issues, co-design, accessibility, and inclusiveness. Various events and activities are offered both indoors and outdoors in locations around Brisbane City, Moreton Bay and Logan. The programs are all about getting together to help each other experience the joys and benefits of being in nature.

To find out more and to register for upcoming events, click here.
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NDIS Early Childhood Approach Community Info Sessions

The NDIS early childhood approach supports families to help children with a disability or developmental delays to build the skills they need to take part in daily activities and achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their lives. The Benevolent Society is the NDIS Partner in the community who is delivering the early childhood approach across Moreton Bay, Brisbane, Logan and the Redlands.

An online information sessions for people living and working in these regions are being held on Tuesday 21 June 2022 at 10am. This session is free but places are limited.

To register for the info session, click here.
For the program flyer, click here.

Work at New BABI
Community Youth Space

BABI Youth & Family Service has secured funding to deliver a Community Youth Space in the Wynnum/Manly area. The Youth Space will be designed to provide a safe space for young people to belong, explore opportunities and build their personal and social skills. It will provide free weekly activities and workshops designed to be both fun and promote physical, social and mental well-being.

BABI is seeking motivated, energetic and skilled staff to be part of this exciting project. An opportunity is available for a number of Youth Workers (YWs), who will work under the guidance of the Youth Development Coordinator (YDC).

Applications for the Youth Worker position close at 12pm Thursday 2nd June 2022. To find out more information about how to apply, click here.

Employment Opportunities

Garden City Woolworths in Upper Mt Gravatt is hiring! They multiple casual roles available on the check out, click and collect packaging and night fill. This Woolworths store sponsors the Garden City Safe Space every fortnight and would love to give the opportunity to young people and the community who use this space. If you know any young people who would be interested in this opportunity, direct them to drop their resume off at the Garden City Woolworths customer service counter, with attention to Sarah Gibson – Store Manager.
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Seeking Adventure-based
Youth Workers

Due to rapid expansion, Youth Flourish Outdoors is seeking more adventure-based youth workers in the Logan, Sunshine Coast and North Brisbane regions. Programs are run throughout the year in outdoor locations, spanning from sequenced 1:1 sessions to larger expedition groups.

The ideal candidate for this position will require a Certificate IV in Outdoor Leadership, with a degree in a human-services related field of study or equivalent skill sets. Employment is casual but consistently scheduled, with remuneration based upon your skill set aligned with the SCHADS Award 2010.

To apply, send your resume and cover letter to jaimee@yfo.org.au.

To find out more about YFO, click here.

Salon Assistant Course Commencing

YMCA Kingston are currently recruiting for the second round of their Certificate II Salon Assistant Course. This round will commence on Monday 20 June 2022. It is a 16 week course that runs 3 days per week on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9am – 2:30pm.

It is a pre-apprenticeship course that couples quality training with employability skills workshops to ensure that participants have a real opportunity at finding sustainable and meaningful employment. This course is also a great first step into a career in Barbering as well as Hairdressing!

Please note that participants need to be 15 years and over - this course is NOT designed for students who are currently enrolled in school.

To access the course flyer, click here.
To access an EOI form, click here.

Skilling Queenslanders for
Work Program

Jabiru are starting a pilot program – Skilling Queenslanders for Work - in Redland Bay. It is Government funded, so it has no cost to participants. It is open to all individuals seeking training and employment support that have a passion for working with children as it focuses on a Certificate 3 in Early Childhood Education and Care. It also includes work experience and individual support to develop life and employment skills to overcome barriers and build connection with a network of potential employers.

Enrolments are currently open and there are still places available. There will also be a second round commencing on 5 September 2022.

To access the program flyer and find out more about how to enrol, click here.
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Enterprise Skills for Youth Project

The Back to Work Enterprise Skills for Youth Project (ESYP) is providing a unique opportunity for young people aged between 15 and 24 years to access additional fully funded short courses and support services for eligible youth applicants.

Young people will be supported to obtain:
  • Work Ready Checklist
  • Machinery ticket
  • Short courses aligned to job requirements
  • Driving lessons
  • White Card
  • National Police Check
  • Construction Tickets
  • IELTS testing
  • Non accredited short courses relevant to employment opportunities
To find out more about this program, click here.

oneplace Community Services Directory moving to AskIzzy

Oneplace Community Services Directory is closing on 30 June 2022. After oneplace closes, Queensland families can continue to access details of community services through Infoxchange’s national online directory, Ask Izzy. All services currently listed on oneplace already appear in Ask Izzy.

What do you need to do?
Check your current oneplace listing:
  • If the oneplace listing is correct, your service will appear in Ask Izzy and you don’t need to do anything further.
  • To update your listing, contact database@infoxchange.org before 30th June 2022.
What is Ask Izzy?
The Ask Izzy website is powered by Infoxchange’s national database, which includes more than 400,000 support services across Australia. Ask Izzy is free to use and its search feature functions similarly to oneplace’s. Ask Izzy is used by the public, as well as professionals in the community services sector to connect people in need with support.

To access AskIzzy, click here.

What Insight Has to Offer

Insight is the leading provider of drug and alcohol training and workforce development services. There are a range of drug and alcohol brochures, pamphlets, tools and resources that are available to be downloaded from their website. Additionally, there are toolkits available to assist professionals with their direct practice. Insight also offers free workshops, eLearning modules and a weekly webinar program each semester.

To explore the resources and upcoming training opportunities that Insight has available, click here.

New Referral Form for BDVS

The BDVS Safer Lives team has faced increasing referrals and demand for service in 2022. Their support has focussed on imminent and high risk cases while other teams have worked with moderate, standard risk cases. The referral form on the BDVS website has been upgraded to include the safety plan guide and high risk indicators to allow better triage of incoming referrals.

To access the new referral form, click here.
To access the safety plan guide, click here.
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Updates to Victims Assist

In response to feedback from clients, Victims Assist has made significant changes to their website and application processes. Updates have been made to the website to include clear instructions about how to submit financial assistance applications.
These instructions include:
  • How to claim specific types of expenses, including information about what supporting documents need to be provided.
  • How to prepare to complete the application form, how to fill in the form and specific information making applications for people who have impaired capacity or child victim.
Changes to application processes
  • From Monday 16 May 2022, clients only need to provide photocopies, scanned copies or photographs of their identity document(s).
  • There is now a simple report form that can be completed on a computer, tablet, smartphone or by hand for service providers completing special primary victim reports.
An online sector briefing is being held via Teams to answer any questions about the changes. There is no need to register. Click this link to join the discussion at 1:30PM on Wednesday 25th May 2022.
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Resources on Listening to
Young People’s Voices

We know that listening to children and young people’s voices and empowering their participation in decisions that affect them is a consistent priority for the child and family sector. CFCA have collected a selection of resources on the topic. These include articles about listening to young people’s voices in organisations and the best practice in having young people participate in research. A webinar that discusses practices that can contribute to practitioners creating genuine partnerships with children and their families.

To read these articles, click here and here.
To watch the webinar, click here.
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Global Day of Parents Free Event

Join Family Inclusion Network in recognising United Nations Global Day for Parents 2022. Families are a fundamental unit of society and parents are charting the course towards their inclusion and rights in the child protection system. The free forum will be held in-person and will also be streamed online on Wednesday 1st June 2022 from 10:30am to 1:00pm.

In-person event:
Queensland Multicultural Centre
120 Main Street, Kangaroo Point 4169
Registrations are essential – to register, click here.

Online event:
Link to the live stream will be sent via email.
Registrations are essential – to register, click here.
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Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Taskforce Community Info Sessions

The Truth, Healing and Reconciliation Taskforce was established as part of the Queensland Government response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. One of the functions of the Taskforce is to raise community awareness of the Royal Commission, institutional child abuse and its impacts, and the National Redress Scheme.

The Taskforce will be holding a series of community information sessions across the state for people with lived experience of institutional child abuse, their supports and service providers. Feedback provided by service providers, support services and people with lived experience will inform the Taskforce’s advice to the Queensland Government.

Upcoming information sessions will be held on:
  • Tuesday 7th June 2022 in Longreach
  • Thursday 9th June 2022 in Emerald
To access the Longreach invitation, click here.
To access the Emerald invitation, click here.
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Logan Youth Foyer –
Info Session for Professionals

The Logan Youth Foyer is hosting an online information session aimed at stakeholders and referrers.

This webinar will cover:
  • Program Information and Service Offers
  • Eligibility and Readiness- how to assist a young person to get 'Foyer Ready'
  • Hear from a young person with lived experience of Foyer
  • How to make a referral
  • Q & A session
It is being held on Wednesday 1st June 2022 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm.

To register for this webinar, click here.

QCOSS 2022 State Budget Breakfast

The Honourable Cameron Dick MP, Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Investment, will join QCOSS CEO for a special In Conversation event to discuss the 2022 State Budget. The Budget Breakfast is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a sector to find out how the budget will impact your organisation, the social service sector and your community.

It is being held on Thursday 23rd June 2022 from 7am to 9am at the Victoria Park Function Centre.

Cost: QCOSS Members
  • Individuals - $77 inc GST
  • Table of 10 - $730 inc GST
Cost: Non-members
  • Individuals - $99 inc GST
  • Table of 10 - $940 inc GST
To register for this event, click here.
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Register for 2022 QCOSS Conference

Registrations have opened for the 2022 Conference: Power and Politics of the Care Economy. It will commence with a welcome event on 6th September 2022. Then the main event will be held at Sofitel Brisbane Central on 7th and 8th September 2022.

With dynamic presenters and special networking events planned, book now for some thought-provoking sessions.

To register for this event, click here.
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Homeless Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction Project (HIDRR)

Service providers and their staff are invited by Department of Communities, Housing & Digital Economy and The University of Sydney to participate in vital research.

HAVE YOUR SAY NOW until Tuesday 31 May 2022.

Organisations are invited to take:
Emergency Preparedness Survey of Housing and Homelessness Service Organisations

Staff and volunteers are invited to take:
Emergency Preparedness Survey of Individual Service Providers (Staff or Volunteers)
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Q Shelter Learning Exchange

You are invited to register for QShelter’s learning exchange. This series will be held online on the first Tuesday of every month – the next one being on 7th June 2022. These sessions provide a space for housing and homelessness and other support services to discuss challenges, exchange ideas and find out about resources. Click here to register.

Domestic and Family Violence
& Tenancies Series

This free online training will increase your confidence and capacity to recognise and respond to domestic and family violence in tenancies. Domestic and family violence (DFV) and housing and homelessness are intricately linked. Housing can be the reason women stay in abusive relationships, or the reason they return. This training will provide you with the opportunity to:
  • Build confidence in responding to tenants impacted by DFV
  • Develop an approach to safely sustaining tenancies impacted by DFV
  • Understand best practice when starting or ending a tenancy impacted by DFV.
This training has limited spaces available. It is being held on Tuesday 14th June 2022 at 10am.

To register for this event, click here.
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Qld Children’s Gender Service
PD Opportunity

A two day workshop is being offered on the topic of ‘Optimising mental health with young people diverse in gender and/or sexuality.’ The training is designed for mental health professionals, guidance officers and youth workers who wish to provide evidence-based, positive support for young people diverse in gender and/or sexuality. The training is interactive with numerous opportunities to join in activities, reflect on current and future practice and practice new skills. It will be led by experienced QCGS mental health clinicians in collaboration with young trans people and parents of trans young people.

This workshop will be held in person at Queensland Children’s Hospital on Wednesday 30th November and Thursday 1st December 2022. Register here.
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For the Students Conference – Book Now!

Calling all educators, youth and social workers, guidance officers, health and mental health professionals, innovators, leaders and change-makers who are committed to a radical reimagining of education. Arethusa College is proud to launch their second ‘For The Students’ conference being held on 14th and 15th July 2022 at Cloudland, Brisbane.

Join Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, one of Australia’s best known Adolescent and Child Psychologists and other expert speakers to deepen your understanding, knowledge and practices around having all young people valued and successful.

To book, click here.
To find out more information, click here.
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LawRight’s Online Training Workshops

LawRight is offering training from Wednesday 8 June to Friday 10 June 2022. The training will take place over three afternoons, and each afternoon will feature a series of workshops delivered remotely via videoconference.

Entry to this training will be free, and you can register for any or all of the sessions that you find useful. The topics being covered include:
  • Wed 8 June 2022: Accessing support for survivors of violent crime, including responses to family and domestic violence;
  • Thurs 9 June 2022: Dealing with financial issues, fines and infringement notices, debts, and consumer disputes;
  • Fri 10 June 2022: Mental health law and accessing entitlements (including NDIS and Centrelink).
Register for the sessions that interest you here.
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The Australian Association for Flexible and Inclusive Education (AAFIE) is delighted to present the Doing School Differently 2022 (DSD2022) in Adelaide this year.

DSD2022 is the pre-eminent Australian conference for all educators, youth workers, researchers, policy makers and young people who are committed to developing and sustaining successful educational opportunities and pathways for young people who have experienced barriers to education. DSD2022 is about connection, relationships, recharging and refreshing with like-minded humans and folk that get you and your work!

This event is being held at the Adelaide Convention Centre and will run on Thursday 30th June and Friday 1st July 2022. THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED!

To view the event program, click here.
To register to attend, click here.
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Register for National Housing Conference

The National Housing Conference is returning to being face-to-face in 2022. It is being held in Canberra from Monday 8 August to Wednesday 10 August 2022. There is also the option to join the conference online. There are many repercussions for the homeless and those at risk of homelessness to discuss after the pandemic and natural disasters have hit the nation. The topics to be covered include:
  • Are COVID responses the building blocks for a national plan to end homelessness?
  • Closing the Gap on housing outcomes for Indigenous Australians
  • Is the climate crisis an impending homelessness crisis?
  • Unhoused – a game changing media campaign
To register for the conference, click here.
To view the full program, click here.

Calling for Case Examples: Changes to the Queensland Criminal Code

New legislation requires every adult in Queensland to report information relating to child sexual offences committed by an adult in relation to a child under 16 years of age to the Queensland Police Service. Failure to do so is punishable by 3 years in prison. The Queensland Criminal Code (Child Sexual Offences Reform) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2020 received assent in Parliament on the 14 September 2020 and commenced in Queensland on the 5th July 2021.
Following information and practice forums across the Youth, Women’s and Sexual Assault sectors a Working Group has been formed to further assist organisations in implementing this legislation.

If anyone has feedback or case examples to share please contact the working group via Lorraine on: 0448 073 463 or Lorraine@qyhc.org.au.
To read more about the Laws targeting sexual offences against children, click here
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