Basic Rights Queensland Inc
Currently seeking volunteers: Yes
Basic Rights Queensland provides legal advice and in certain circumstances, advocacy, in two areas of law - Social Security which includes problems with Centrelink payments, debts, eligibility criteria, access to disability support pensions and extends to Employment Services. The second area is Disability Discrimination, a narrow area where a person is being discriminated against on the basis of their disability. Due to limited resources, our services are predominantly delivered over the telephone. People make contact with the service, often through our 1800 number. First Contact volunteers are simply that the first people our clients have contact with. It is essential that this first contact demonstrates the professionalism that our quality client focused service will provide.
Contact Details
Postal Address:
PO Box 293,
Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006

Phone: 07 3421 2510
Fax: 07 3421 2500
Email: brq at
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How volunteers can help:
  • Administrative duties
  • Research
  • Telephone intake
  • Helpful language skills :
    Other Helpful skills:
    Good communication skills and attention to detail.
    When volunteers can work:
    Applications for the January - June roster are accepted in November. Applications for the July - December roster are accepted in May. Full details can be found at
    How often are volunteers required to attend:
    Once a week for a three hour shift - 9.30am to 12.30pm or 1.00pm to 4.00pm.
    Is there a minimum commitment required:
    Volunteers are required to commit to a minimum of 6 months for a 3 hour shift once a week.
    Is there disability access at the Centre:
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