Alliance Events

This page includes upcoming training for our Alliance, as well as assemblies and other public actions.

  • Queensland Community Alliance Founding Assembly

    Since our humble beginnings in 2013, the Queensland Community Alliance has grown progressively. We have developed our capacity to act together and build relationships across our organisations, and won victories that have addressed pressures and improved our communities in Logan, Ipswich and Brisbane. 

    Now, it is time to for us to step out of the shadows, and claim our public role as organised civil society! We have shown we can achieve results in our local communities through unusual alliance of local community members.

    Now is the time to take ourselves to the next level, to be publicly recognised for what we can achieve and move to the State level. The united work of our faith, union, community and ethnic organisations is rebuilding Queensland’s civil society and we need to show that we can:

    • Hold decision makers in government and the market accountable
    • Advance the common good
    • Give meaning to our democracy by helping citizens take democratic action beyond the vote
    • Provide a forum for the grassroots members of our organisations to join together and influence decision makers

     Be a part of an historic night as we establish the Alliance and the power of civil society in Queensland!

    help promote the Founding Assembly to your community.

    Download posters and fliers here!

  • Foundations of Community Organising

    • Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 09:00 AM – September 13, 2017
    • TBC

    Foundations of Community Organising:

    The training is based on the philosophy and practices developed by the Industrial Areas Foundation in over 65 years of successful organising experience. 

    This 2 day training institute will be held  from 9am-4pm on two days, Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 September.  It is necessary for all attendees to commit to attending both days. 

    Topics at the 2 Day Foundations training include:

    • Community Organising:  based on the history and tradition of our religious, union and community organisations
    • Relational Organising:  individual relational meetings, listening assemblies, research, negotiation and action
    • Strengthening our Organisations: building a culture that is relational, action oriented and reflective/learning
    • Using Relational Power in the public sphere to take collaborative action on common issues

    There is no cost to attendees who are members of partner organisations in the Alliance, although we ask a $10 donation for lunch each day.