Working for Queenslanders is a movement that is focused on the best way to deliver services to the community, and ensuring that people can have a say on these issues.
As a member of the community, you can have your say at one of the "Community Forums" being organised by the Treasurer for regions across the state.
The next forum available for registration is starting on Tuesday 15 April, so if you would like to go to have a voice in these important discussions, you should register for one now.
Registering to attend is no guarantee that you will be permitted entry, but the government says it wants to hear from people “from all walks of life” – so it is important that as a person who cares about the community and services, you have your chance to have a say.
You can register using the government’s online form here.
Polls suggest that over 90% of Queenslanders oppose privatisation, and our Working for Queenslanders petition against privatisation has secured over 80,000 signatures. It’s clear that any government that presents privatisation and selloffs as “the only option” is not serious about listening to Queenslanders.