New research article on Talking about Bullying
Paul O’Dea and Dr. Allyson Thomson have co-written an article on Talking about bullying. The article is published on the latest Intellectual Disability Australasia magazine. Well done Paul!
Five Social Science students from the University of Queensland have done up a research report on the lived experiences of NCEC members. Please click here for the full report.
The Nundah Village Passport is a Social Enterprise to connect disadvantaged youth with the ability to use meal vouchers for Social Worker meetings. They had the launch on 31/10/2016 at the Espresso Train cafe. Check out the photos on our facebook page –NVP photo album. There is also a great write up by Queensland Police Services.
Richard and Michael gave a speech at the recent Food Connect Hub event. Their speech started at the 15 minute mark. Enjoy!
Congratulations Jenifur Charne on successful presentation at Australian Capital Territory Assembly offices on Independent Youth Housing Group Co-op to an audience comprising ACT Housing Minister, Disability Minister, NDIA representatives and representatives of each sector. Jenifur made a wonderful presentation and received great applause. The meeting was co-hosted by Australian Business Councils of Mutuals,
A generous donor has made some money available to CLA that can be used to say “Thank you” to a parent or a carer who has supported a person with a disability. Some of the gifts given so far have been – Manicure package to a volunteer who helps with child minding when mum is unwell.
A great article written by Richard Warner, the coordinator of the Nundah Community Enterprises Cooperative Entrepreneurs, Co-ops and the Excluded: Ownership is the Key.
We have updated the “Meet CLA” page – lots of useful links and stories. Go and have a look!!