Saturday 25 November 2017 has been designated as “Orange Day” by the UN to raise awareness against violence towards women and girls. The overarching theme of ‘Orange Day’ is “Leave No One Behind: Ending Violence Against Women and Girls”. Orange being a vibrant and optimistic colour it represents a future free of violence.
Christmas is often a time to celebrate with family and friends, however many other families and individuals are often doing it tough and may need that extra support during this festive season.
Poor mental health in the workplace is currently costing Australian businesses $11 billion a year as revealed by researchers at the University of Tasmania. With approximately 45% of Australians experiencing some sort of mental health issue in their lifetime, it is likely that at some point, every worker will be affected by mental illness, either directly or indirectly.
International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD) is held on 3 December each year, and was founded on the principal of equality for all
Let's acknowledge and thank volunteers for the difference they make!
Let's recognise and celebrate the contribution of volunteer managers!
Volunteering Queensland is pleased to announce that the Hon. Shannon Fentiman MP, Minister for Communities, Women and Youth, Minister for Child Safety and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Family Violence has released the Partnering for the future: advancing Queensland’s community services industry 2017-25 and Action plan 2017-2018.