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  • signed Queensland's children can't wait 2017-04-18 21:03:35 +1000

    Queensland's children can't wait

    Child safety is everyone’s business, and as community members we recognise the role that we have to play. However, Child Safety Services have an important and particular role in keeping Queensland's children safe from harm.

    As a community, we believe our responsibility to ensure that our children have safe and healthy upbringings is one of the most important there is.

    Child Safety Services do an extremely difficult job with resources that do not match the community's needs. Child Safety Services is our last line of defence for harm against children, and we need to properly resource the department so that its workers can do their job to the best of their ability. We call upon you to listen to the workers that know best about how to support our at-risk children and families, and implement a funding model that supports them.

    Queensland's children can't wait.

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  • pledged support 2015-04-10 14:26:07 +1000

    Queensland's Bill Of Rights

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    Queensland is a big place. 

    Queenslanders are ready for a big conversation, a conversation that is worth having - a conversation for our rights. 

    It's time for a real review into a bill of rights in Queensland. We all have rights as people, it's time that our democracy recognised those rights and gave them legal protection against politicians that go too far. 

    Do you support a bill of rights in Queensland? 

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  • answered 2014-11-25 09:26:07 +1000
    Q: Should money in the public health budget go towards public health or go towards lining the pocket of private companies?
    A: Public health care matters and public money should go to access in this system.

  • signed up for will_flyer_local_area 2013-11-30 14:46:57 +1000

    Step up for a better Queensland!

    Working for Queenslanders is an organisation that creates positive change in Queensland through online and offline actions.

    Right now, we're facing threats to our public services that should be publicly owned, publicly funded, and available to all.

    What happens next is up to you. 

    Signing up to become a Working for Queenslanders volunteer means you can help spread our message in the community, targeting politicians and reminding them that we expect quality public services that deliver for everyone.

    Thousands of people across Queensland have already put up their hands to be involved. Will you join them?

    Become a volunteer