The Queensland Multicultural Festival is organised each year by the Department of Communities and attracts approximately 50,000 people of all ages.
The October festival celebrates Queensland’s cultural diversity through music, dance, food, art, craft and traditional activities, all showcased at Brisbane’s Roma St Parklands.
More than 500 visitors were welcomed by staff at the Commission’s booth where information on its role in helping to create better life outcomes for Queensland’s children, particularly those who are at risk and most vulnerable, was available.
The Commission promoted its complaints service as part of the "It’s OK to Complain" program, which is a collaborative initiative of some of Queensland’s independent agencies that handle complaints from the community about services. These agencies include the Queensland Ombudsman, Health Quality and Complaints Commission, Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland and Crime and Misconduct Commission.
More information about the "Its Ok to Complain" initiative can be found here.
Find out more about the Festival.
Last Updated: November 24, 2011