With 2020 behind us, I look forward to 2021 with great expectation and hope for a healthier and more equitable future for all.
The challenges of COVID-19 have been many, including increases in racism and a loss of support networks for vulnerable communities.
With this, we are proud to see all those in our communities who stepped up to support those in need, and fight against injustice where it arises.
ECCQ will continue to advocate for social change, and we welcome discussions with those who might have new ideas to move towards a more socially just and cohesive Queensland.
This coming Monday, I will be speaking at Logan Interagency Network (LIN) about racial vilification law reform and our work as a part of a cohesive communities coalition. Click here to read more about the importance of this proposed law reform.
The ECCQ Women Ethnic Network is now up and running and will soon announce some key focus areas for the months to come.