Research and knowledge building

We value research-driven projects. We’re passionate about policy and practice developed with the voices of Queensland’s culturally diverse communities at the forefront.

 This is what drives ECCQ’s involvement in research projects. When deciding on our involvement in research projects we make sure they align with our values and support the development of evidence-based advocacy and service delivery.

Some of our recent research partnerships included:

  • Central Queensland University on Reducing the impact of chronic hepatitis B (CHB)in seasonal workers in regional Queensland
  • University of Queensland on Sexual and reproductive health literacy of young culturally and lingustically diverse Queenslanders
  • Queensland University of Technology to Codesign of a health Literacy Framework: supporting sexual health providers meet the needs of CALD young people
If you’d like to partner with us on your research project, email us at