- Vice-Chancellor vs CEO Carnival Challenge Launched 19 September 2013
16 September 2013
USQ Vice-Chancellor Professor Jan Thomas and Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Greg Johnson today launched their annual Vice-Chancellor vs CEO Carnival Challenge.
This is the second year of the Challenge and it will see both the Vice-Chancellor and CEO wear brightly coloured tropical shirts on each day of the 2013 Carnival of ...
- Unitywater partners the Lions Emergency Accommodation Centre (LEAC) in Nambour 18 September 2013
Unitywater media release
The Lions Emergency Accommodation Centre (LEAC) in Nambour is to receive a helping hand from Unitywater under the banner of national charity Australia’s CEO Challenge.
Australia’s CEO Challenge aims to prevent and alleviate the effects of domestic violence. As a result of its involvement, Unitywater has signed up to a three year partnership with ...
- International Women’s Day Press Release 8 March 2013Media Release
Workplaces key to protecting women’s safety
International Women’s Day 2013
Australia’s CEO Challenge (ACEOC) Executive Director Wendy Reid has today challenged the Australian business sector to take on the tough issue of domestic violence as International Women’s Day is marked across the globe.
Internationally violence against women and girls is a problem of pandemic proportions according to the United Nations ...
- QLD Police and Partners ensure White Ribbon Message Sticks 13 November 2012The Queensland Police Service (QPS) has again joined forces with fellow emergency services departments and other organisations in support of this year’s White Ribbon Day campaign.
Following on from the success of the 2011 White Ribbon Sticker Campaign, the QPS will display white ribbon stickers on their company vehicles from November 1 to help raise awareness ...
- Community grants now open for Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month activities 9 November 2012Minister for Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services
The Honourable Tracy Davis
Community grants now open for Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month activities
Community organisations can now apply for small one-off grants of up to $3000 to stage awareness-raising activities during Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in May next year.
The Queensland Government is offering $65,000 for ...