How you can get involved

Child and family


  • Queensland Youth Week is an opportunity for young people to celebrate by attending events and getting involved in other activities.
  • As a member of the YMCA Queensland Youth Parliament program, young people will learn about government, politics and the political process, and find out how they can have their say.
  • The Queensland Youth Engagement Panel provides young Queenslanders with opportunities to influence and inform decisions that affect their lives.
  • The Queensland Indigenous Youth Leadership Program supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders to develop their leadership and self-development skills.
  • Find out how you can get involved through the Queensland Youth Strategy.
  • Engage online with projects and actions linked with the Queensland Youth Strategy on eHub. You'll find a range of tools including forums, surveys, ideas walls, events, polls and social media feeds.
  • If you’re aged 8 to 21 and having trouble with any aspect of your life, such as housing or education, find out where you can get support.
  • Get in touch and let us know how we can help you by emailing
  • Follow Queensland Youth on Facebook and Twitter for news, stories and information relevant to young people in Queensland.


  • The Queensland Women's Strategy Community Implementation Plan includes a list of initiatives which outline how the government, business and community sectors are working together to achieve the collective vision for gender equality in Queensland. New initiatives and new actions will be added to the plan as work progresses, and as new ideas are generated and resources are identified. All Queenslanders are invited and encouraged to think about how they can help us to progress gender equality and to add to the plan. Achieving gender equality will require all Queenslanders to work together.
  • We are committed to increasing the number of women on boards in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Visit our Women on Boards website to find resources to assist in making a positive difference for gender parity in Queensland.
  • Queensland Women’s Week happens each year in March to recognise and celebrate the achievements of Queensland’s women and girls.
  • Find information for women including where to find a support service.
  • Women’s Infolink provides Queensland women and girls with resources, information and links to services and organisations across the state.
  • To receive email communications from the Office for Women with news, events and other information relevant to Queensland women and girls, please join our mailing list. We also invite you to submit ideas for newsletter content to
  • Follow the Queensland Women page on Facebook for the latest news, stories and information.

Violence prevention

More information

  • Visit the Queensland Government Get Involved website to have your say on government consultations.