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The Community Legal Education Collaboration Fund was launched in 2011 as part of our CLE strategy. 

Community Legal Centres and Regional Legal Assistance Forums can apply for a grant to deliver CLE projects that help vulnerable people identify legal problems early, understand their legal rights and responsibilities and how to access legal help. Applications are assessed against strict criteria and should be collaborative, client focused and responsive to community need.

Tips for writing your grant application

Watch the video to learn how to prepare your grant application and give it the best chance of success.


Past projects

View some of the CLE resources  which have been produced as part of the fund.

Past projects have covered areas such as:

  • child protection
  • relationships and separation
  • Australia's legal system
  • domestic and family violence
  • elder abuse and Queensland's guardianship framework
  • money and debt
  • cyber bullying and sexting
  • human rights and anti-discrimination
  • neighbourhood issues and disputes
  • personal injuries
  • youth justice and dealing with the police
  • other common legal issues.

Examples of Community Legal Education projects  

Email the Community Legal Education team for more information about the collaboration fund.

Last updated 19 January 2021

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