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Community Legal Centres shortlisted for Australian Law Awards 2020

July 28, 2020
Community Legal Centres Queensland Sector Sustainability Coordinator Carly Hanson has been named as a finalist for Read more

National Legal Assistance Partnership announced

July 1, 2020
The National Legal Assistance Partnership 2020-25 (NLAP) has been announced by the Attorney-General Christian Porter, which will see $2 billion distributed between all states and territories for Co Read more

I am an Aboriginal woman, and my people are hurting.

June 3, 2020
Opinion piece by Samantha Cooper, Sector Sustainability Coordinator, Community Legal Centres Queensland Read more
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Continuing funding allocated to Caxton Legal Centre

June 2, 2020
Caxton Legal Centre Inc is Queensland’s oldest community legal centre, providing general and specialist legal assistance to vulnerable persons throughout the State. Read more

TASC National Welcomes Five-Year Legal Funding Boost

June 1, 2020
One of Queensland’s largest regional community legal services, TASC National, has warmly welcomed a five-year funding boost for its essential supports. Read more

Funding for LGBTI Legal Service welcomed

May 28, 2020
LGBTI Legal Service welcomed the Queensland Attorney General, Yvette D’Ath announcement last Monday that $1.3 million has been allocated to their community legal centre for the 2020-2025 period.  Read more

New beds to come online at Brisbane Youth Detention Centre

May 25, 2020
Construction of a $27 million 16-bed facility at the Brisbane Youth Detention Centre is complete, increasing youth detention centre bed capacity across the state. Read more

Queensland Community Services Peaks (including Community Legal Centres Queensland) – Joint COVID-19 Advocacy Statement

May 25, 2020
People experiencing vulnerability and disadvantage must not be left behind. The following issues should be addressed: Federal issues Read more

Funding for Bayside Community Legal Service– more needs to be done 

May 22, 2020
Bayside Community Legal Service was disappointed in Queensland Attorney General, Yvette D’Ath’s announcement this week that they would only receive one-year of funding for the next financial year. Read more