Broad-based alliance says drawn out election results are a wake-up call for Queensland politicians; and an opportunity to work together for the common good
BRISBANE 28 November 2017: The Queensland Community Alliance says that politicians should take this election as a wake-up call to work together, and with civil society, on the issues that matter to ordinary Queenslanders such as better-quality care, vocational training and secure employment.Read more
A growing list of candidates from all parties pledge to support community efforts around local and state-wide issues including the NDIS roll-out in Queensland, worker exploitation, quality aged care and vocational training.Read more
We came together to get better public transport in Logan, now the DRT (demand response trial) is on and it's up to us to make it a success.
Here's how you can make it permanent!Read more
Media Release: Community leaders unite to demand an end to worker exploitation as labour-hire bill hits parliament
Community leaders unite to demand an end to worker exploitation as labour-hire bill hits parliament