Papers & Submissions

Nov 2016
The final report from the Transport 2 Court Project is available.
Nov 2016
You, your clients, colleagues and friends are invited to join us for a free sausage sizzle while learning how to save money on your energy costs. Bring along your electricity bill to find out all you need to know about your energy use, how to read your bill, solar power, find out whether you are eligible for a concession and how to shop around for a better deal on your energy costs.
Nov 2016
The Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) supports the Queensland Government’s position that the Australian Government needs to commit funding to address homelessness now.
Nov 2016
The Queensland Government has commissioned an Expert Panel to conduct a public inquiry to guide the development of a renewable energy strategy for Queensland. The objectives of the review are to investigate and report on the costs and benefits of adopting a target of 50% renewable energy in Queensland by 2030, and other complementary policies to drive the development of a renewable energy economy in Queensland.
Oct 2016
From 1 January 2017, when calculating eligibility for family assistance and youth income support payments, 100 per cent of reportable fringe benefits will be counted as income, instead of the current 51 per cent.
Sep 2016
We are planning a two-day exploration and idea-generation event in National Youth Week in 2017. Together we will explore the data and research and gain a deeper understanding of what is happening in our community. We will then explore what is possible and together develop responses that suit our community.
Sep 2016
You are invited to use your skills and networks to engage widely with your community to invite people to join us at our community session during National Youth Week in 2017.
Sep 2016
Access the presentation form our capability building sessions.
Sep 2016
QCOSS, in partnership with Tenants Queensland and QShelter, has secured funding from Energy Consumers Australia to undertake research into the energy issues for tenants in Queensland. The research will consider energy consumer issues for households living in a variety of rental tenure arrangements across Queensland. The purpose is to gather evidence to enable tenants to be adequately represented in national and state energy policy processes.
Sep 2016
These workshops, brought to you by Encircle as part of the Switched On Communities grants program, will help you understand your bill and give you a better understanding of how to save electricity and how to compare electricity providers.
Sep 2016
QCOSS is pleased to announce the successful community organisations who will receive Switched On Communities grants funding. These organisations will provide targeted programs to assist people who experience disadvantage or financial hardship to get better outcomes in the competitive energy market.
Sep 2016
At the end of the campaign more than 350 Queenslanders and their families have found appropriate, stable accommodation. In all, more than 4000 people have been surveyed. This includes children, partners, head of families and individuals.

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