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2018 Queensland Youth Justice Forum

The 2018 Queensland Youth Justice Forum is co-sponsored by Restorative Practices International (Queensland Chapter), Griffith University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the Griffith Criminology Institute. 

The forum will bring together key legal, justice, academic and policy professionals in a constructive dialogue around the future of youth justice in Queensland. 

Professor Elena Marchetti (Griffith Law School) and Magistrate Jacquie Payne (Brisbane Magistrates Court) will deliver keynotes on the day.

QCOSS State Budget Breakfast 2018

The QCOSS State Budget Breakfast will be held on Friday 15 June at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Hon Jackie Trad MP, Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships has been invited to address attendees on the effects that the State Budget will have on Queenslanders experiencing poverty and disadvantage.

Hesta are once again proud partners in this event.

The SCENE Event

The SCENE is the Social Change Education Network and Exchange. It's for individuals and organisations involved in activism, research, policy or practice, in education and community service arenas, providing a unique social opportunity for connection and inspiration, synergy and support.

Registration: by Tuesday 31 October - $30, low income - $20 (Includes delicious supper and non-alcoholic drinks. We have wine by donation or BYO).

Child protection and domestic violence: Meeting the challenges of collaboration

You are invited to contribute to the transfer of evidence to action on child protection and domestic violence policy and practice.

Join Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO for the national launch of two ANROWS research reports: the PATRICIA Project and the Domestic and Family Violence and Parenting Project; followed by a symposium for child protection practitioners and domestic and family violence service providers, to be officially opened by the Hon Shannon Fentiman MP, Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence.