Strategic Plan 2022-2026: Improve social and economic outcomes
Improve social and economic outcomes for Queenslanders across the state.
- Partner organisations are actively engaged in delivering services.
- Services meet the needs of customers through grants and assistance schemes.
- Increased utilisation of, and visitation to cultural facilities.
- Engagement in Queensland’s arts and cultural activities.
- Place communities and Neighbourhood Community Centres at the centre of the design and delivery of frontline services.
- Provide support to vulnerable Queenslanders through the Care Army, the development of a social isolation and loneliness strategy, community support and transport, emergency relief services and community recovery following disasters or community trauma.
- Champion place-based and community led solutions to social disadvantage.
- Promote and preserve the Queensland State Archive collection and make it accessible for the benefit of current and future generations.
- Grow housing and support for Queenslanders and transform the way housing services are delivered through the Housing and Homelessness Action Plan 2021-25.
- Create jobs, increase the supply of social and affordable homes through new investment, partnering with the community housing sector and private industry.
- Drive new supply to support current and future housing need across Queensland through the Housing Investment Fund.
- Deliver essential services for Queenslanders, including people experiencing homelessness, women and families experiencing domestic and family violence, and dedicated responses for vulnerable young people.
- Partner with communities across Queensland, to strengthen the digital economy, improve connectivity and availability, enable economic participation, and support jobs creation.
- Provide simpler and faster pathways for business, particularly small business, to deliver digital services.
- Invest in Queensland’s arts, cultural and creative sector to support job growth, secure the state’s creative talent pipeline, and create quality arts experiences that enhance liveability, drive regional growth and engage Queenslanders and their communities.
- Invest in accessible cultural infrastructure across the state to support local industry, enlivening communities, creating employment, and delivering improved economic and social outcomes.
- Last updated:
- 1 July 2022