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Let's Do Good, Better 1.4MB

e-Book / Connecting and Working Together / 01.09.2015

Promotional booklet that describes the history, purpose, membership and priorities of the Community Services Industry Alliance.

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Queensland Budget 2016/17 123.8KB

Fact Sheet / Connecting and Working Together / 15.06.2016

CSIA Analysis of Queensland 2016/2017 Budget

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Getting Started - Churches of Christ in Queensland 10.8MB

Presentation / Connecting and Working Together / 01/06/2016

Responding to domestic and family violence.

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Leadership in Action - UnitingCare Queensland 740.0KB

Presentation / Connecting and Working Together / 01/06/2016

A workplace policy to prevent and respond to domestic and family violence.

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The Services Union - domestic and family violence leave 5.8MB

Presentation / Connecting and Working Together / 01/06/2016

A campaign for domestic and family violence leave.

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Driving change ─ Public Service Commission 2.1MB

Presentation / Connecting and Working Together / 01/06/2016

Support for employees affected by domestic and family violence.

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Connecting Communities, Communities Connecting 39.1MB

Presentation / Connecting and Working Together / 01/06/2016

Queensland Rail has partnered with a number of community groups and government departments to deliver domestic and family violence prevention campaigns to challenge community attitudes and behaviours that allow domestic and family violence to occur.

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QFCC – CSIA joint project 47.7KB

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A joint project building an evidence base to inform an industry development approach in the child and family support sector.

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CEO Challenge 527.8KB

Presentation / Connecting and Working Together / 01/06/2016

Australia’s CEO Challenge works with the business sector to prevent domestic violence—because people affected by or who use violence are the same people employed in our workplaces and living in our community: they are our co-workers and employees, our customers and suppliers, and our friends, neighbours and family.

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Change for a better future - Deloitte Access Economics 3.0MB

Presentation / Connecting and Working Together / 01/06/2016

Addressing domestic and family violence together - the role of business.

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