Welcome to Stronger Places, Stronger People.

Stronger Places, Stronger People is an initiative being stewarded by the Australian Government in partnership with states and territories and communities to demonstrate whether Collective Impact can interrupt disadvantage and create better futures for children and their families.
Collective Impact is a community led movement for change, informed continuously by inclusive community engagement, which provides a framework and resources to focus on complex issues, people and place.
It is informed by a shared agenda for change and a locally developed Strategy and actions, with an emphasis on data, evidence-informed decision making, and measurement, evaluation and learning.

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Logan Together is a long term, whole of community movement to create the best life opportunities for every child in Logan.

4. Scaling Up

Bourke has worked for many years to develop a model for improving outcomes and creating better-coordinated support for vulnerable families and children through the true empowerment of the local Aborig…

5. Achieving Transformation

Burnie Works is a place based Collective Impact initiative on the North West Coast of Tasmania tackling issues stemming from long-term unemployment.

4. Scaling Up

Gladstone is situated between the Calliope and Boyne Rivers, north of Brisbane and south-east of Rockhampton.

1. Readiness Runway

The Rockhampton Region includes three main urban centres being Rockhampton, Gracemere and Mount Morgan and the smaller townships of Bajool, Bouldercombe, Kabra, Marmor, Stanwell, Gogango and Westwood…

1. Readiness Runway

In the Barkly region in the Northern Territory, all three levels of government have committed to working closely with the Barkly community to support the community’s vision and aspiration.

2. Building the Foundations

The Far West Aboriginal Communities Leaders Group advocates across the Far West region to improve the social and economic status of Aboriginal families and communities, taking a regional approach.

2. Building the Foundations