Thriving Communities Partnership

Thriving Communities Partnership (TCP) is a charitable not for profit organisation that enables collaboration across multiple sectors including business, academia, government, NGOs and those with lived experience. Our goal is to see everybody have fair access to the modern essential services they need to thrive in contemporary Australia.

TCP recognises and celebrates the rich values of knowledge sharing, storytelling, connected ecosystems and human/community-centred thinking that has been a part of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures for thousands upon thousands of years. We also recognise the concept of Community, with a capital C, and through our connection and appreciation for lived experience and emphasis on true collaboration and unity, we aim to honour this tradition of Community.

 

KNOWLEDGE CENTRE

TCP offers an extensive resource library featuring the latest research, reports and information guides.

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Featured Projects

The partnership offers the community a range of quality projects
Fostering Financial Stability for People in Prison Project

Fostering Financial Stability for People in Prison Project

This project understands the various challenges, risks and success factors for existing prison programs across Australia that are designed to support the financial stability of people in prison.

2022 QLD & NSW Flood Disaster Response

2022 QLD & NSW Flood Disaster Response

The 2022 QLD & NSW Flood Disaster Response resource platform includes response packages, support and information available from TCP partners and other organisations across Australia. 

TCP Podcasts

TCP Podcasts

Various conversations exploring the inspiring work happening in our community, sharing guests' lessons, advice and ways of working so that we can all draw value from their experiences and learn to be better together.

Better Practice Guide Project

Better Practice Guide Project

This guide provides practical guidance for all organisations about current better practices for staff awareness and training. It should be used as a reference for key concepts and suggestions that can help to underpin better practice in action.

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