How can you best protect data, both your firm’s and your clients’? Join Lawyers Weekly and a panel of professionals for a live, free webcast where we will discuss regulatory and legislative updates that are impacting how lawyers can and must protect data, current threats on the horizon, specific cyber security solutions and services, governance frameworks, red teaming, and much more.
Community legal centres are frequently creating and using content and resources as part of their work, whether that’s producing community legal education resources and fact sheets, PowerPoints for training and agency visits, marketing collateral for the organisation or other kinds of material. As content creators and users, it is important for centres to be aware of their intellectual property rights and obligations.
Community, health and education workers are invited to attend a free webinar about meeting the access requirements for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in Queensland.
This webinar is for community, health and education workers with a basic understanding of the NDIS. The webinar will be delivered by Loretta Kreet, senior civil lawyer, in our Civil Justice Services team at Legal Aid Queensland (LAQ) and will cover:
Although the majority of our clients present with a history of trauma and ongoing symptoms of traumatic stress, it is typically not discussed or acknowledged as a significant factor in someone’s mental health and/substance use difficulties. In this ‘National Blue Knot Week’ presentation we will explore what trauma informed care is - and what it is not - and how you can become trauma informed as a clinician.
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder as an Indigenous Human Rights Issue
For Indigenous Australians the developmental origins of health and disease provides an evidence-based perspective to unravel the historical reality of foetal programming well beyond the social determinants of health. Can the tragic reality of historical events be implicated as constituting biological genocide?
Domestic Violence and its relationship with Alcohol and Drug Abuse: Findings from the Queensland Death and Homicide Review Board
Running a charity - being efficient and effective: Collaboration, mergers and aspects to efficient operation
Charity efficiency and effectiveness can go hand-in-hand. The Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission's (ACNC) final webinar of 2018 will examine issues like collaboration and mergers, as well as other actions charities can take to operate efficiently.
Fundraising - good practice: Ensuring a charity's fundraising is effective and adheres to good practice
Fundraising is a key charity activity, with effective fundraising playing a vital role in charities' ongoing viability and success. This Australian Charities and Not-for-Prifit (ACNC) webinar will take charities through various aspects of fundraising good practice.
Welcome to the board - advice for new charity board members: Board member responsibilities and duties, and the importance of good governance
Just joined a charity's board? Join the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission (ACNC) to learn more about the responsibilities and duties of charity board members and the importance of good governance.
Holding the Annual General Meeting - obligations, tips and advice: How a charity can plan and stage an effective AGM
With many charities preparing for their Annual General Meetings, the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission's (ACNC) August webinar will provide practical advice on ensuring this important event runs smoothly and covers everything it needs to.