Our Peak National Body – NACLC
Our peak national body, the National Asociation of Community Legal Centres (NACLC), was established for the public charitable purpose of assisting disadvantaged and marginalised people in the Australian community with obtaining access to legal services.
This includes, but is not limited to:
- supporting and assisting Community Legal Centres (CLCs) to provide these services;
- providing a national forum for CLCs;
- developing and coordinating national CLCs’ policy; and
- advancing the interests of CLCs within Australia.
Community Legal Centres Queensland
Community Legal Centres Queensland is the peak body for Queensland’s CLCs, and works with CLCs across the state for a fair and just Queensland.
AFLSSQ is one of 33 accredited independent CLCs operating in Queensland.
In line with the mandate of CLCs, AFLSSQ works towards the following objectives:
- to promote the development of CLCs;
- to enhance communication and cooperation between CLCs;
- to secure and develop funding for our organisation;
- to represent the interests and opinions of members;
- to advance equitable access to the justice system for our clients; and communities across Southern Queensland.
AFLSSQ is pleased to have a representative sitting as a Director of Community Legal Centres Queensland.
For further information contact us.