Young women invited to take part in the Logan Girls Empowerment Project

Jimboomba Times, February 17,2017 Logan women are set to be inspired, cultivating their leadership skills, at an event designed to empower the next generation of thinkers. Young women, aged 15 to 21, have been invited to take part in the Logan Girls Empowerment Project, attending a one-day workshop in March. R4Respect Youth Ambassador Jennifer Uwineza said […]

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Key parental guidance

Albert & Logan News , February 16, 2017 A program helping parents of young children reenter the workforce has expanded in Yarrabilba. YFS’ ParentsNext program, which has already assisted nearly 400 mums and dads, is now available by appointment at the Yarrabilba Community Hub. Project manager Rachel Smith said the burgeoning suburb had been popular […]

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Logan young women to be empowered

On Thursday 9 March, at the Gould Adams Community Centre, Logan young women aged 15-21 will come together as a community to participate in the R4Respect’s Logan Girls Empowerment Project. R4Respect’s Logan Girls Empowerment Project was one of the recipients of a Queensland Government grant for activities and events to be held during Queensland Women’s […]

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Housing strategy gets thumbs up but calls for more jobs training

Courier Mail, February 1, 2017 Social service providers have welcomed a new public housing strategy but say support for education and training programs should also be bolstered. The State Government’s Better Neighbourhood’s Logan initiative aims to build 3000 new public and affordable dwellings and create 2400 jobs over the next 20 years. Adventist Development Relief […]

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