Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Engagement Strategy
The QATSIHS Coalition has developed a strategy to support the engagement of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander organisations and communities in the Homelessness Community Action Plan.
Download a copy of the engagement strategy here.
Better engagement between Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander organisations and other organisations
The QATSIHS Coalition developed and delivered a workshop on better engagement between Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander organisations and other organisations at the Compact Intersectoral Forum at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on 13 September 2010. A checklist was produced at the forum.
Download a copy of the checklist.
Symposium on service delivery reform to reduce Indigenous disadvantage
The QATSIHS Coalition convened the inaugural 'Symposium on service delivery reform to reduce Indigenous disadvantage' at the Dreamtime Centre in Rockhampton on 13-14 May 2010. The symposium brought together 102 delegates from across the State, representing 40 organisations from all parts of the health and human services system in Queensland. Three key themes were discussed:
- Context for reform
- Challenges for service delivery reform
- Models of integrated service delivery
Queensland State Election
The QATSIHS Coalition has put together a lobby kit to assist communities, individuals and agencies to call on government for sustainable investment and commitment to improve the lives of our most vulnerable families and children.
- Download the Covering Letter
- Download the Lobby Kit
Community Door Website
Community Door is a gateway for community-managed organisations in Queensland to access key information to assist in all aspects of the operation of the service
Community Door is managed and developed by the Queensland Council of Social Service in partnership with the Australian Centre for Philanthropic and Non-profit Studies. It is funded by the Queensland Department of Communities.
For more information see the Community Door website: http://www.communitydoor.org.au/