Our Logan Our City Magazine – Respect the message

A campaign to promote respectful relationships and anti-violence message to 12-24 year olds has been launched in the City of Logan. What makes this campaign different to most is that it will be shaped and delivered by young people who live in the city.  

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Help fight poverty

Albert & Logan News More than 5000 calls were received from people who were homeless or at risk of becoming homeless last financial year by one of Logan’s leading services organisations. Youth and Family Services chief executive and co-chairwoman of anti-Poverty Week (October 11-17) gave Australians an opportunity to highlight issues of poverty and hardship […]

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Young people ask #RU4Respect?

R4Respect has partnered with Griffith University to raise awareness around domestic violence in Logan and surrounds. With these combined efforts, R4Respect Youth Ambassadors along with other guest speakers plan to encourage local residents to promote respectful relationships between young people in an event that will be held on Tuesday 27th October at Griffith University Logan […]

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Stop the Violence

Albert & Logan News The Chief Executive of a frontier Logan city support group has urged the community to work together to eradicate domestic violence. YFS’s Cath Bartolo said the violence had to stop. “There is a lot happening in Logan to combat DV. Our whole community is saying enough is enough,” she said. “We […]

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