People’s Question Time: Queensland’s future – education and skills
In the final People’s Question Time for 2011, you have a chance to share your ideas and put your questions to the Premier and Ministers about the education and skills needed for Queensland’s future.
How is education shaping the future of our state? What opportunities exist for skills development? How can we ensure all Queenslanders, not just those in the resources sector, benefit from the mining boom?
To be part of People’s Question Time:
- submit your question to the panel now
- join the studio audience in Brisbane on 6 December – this is a chance to put your question or idea directly to the panel (register early as spaces are limited), or
- return to this website on 6 December from 6-7pm to watch the live webcast.
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- Anna Bligh, Premier of Queensland and Minister for Reconstruction
- Cameron Dick, Minister for Education and Industrial Relations
- Stirling Hinchliffe, Minister for Employment, Skills and Mining
People’s Question Time is live and unedited. Panellists don’t see any questions before the session. The moderator, journalist Lisa Backhouse, chooses all questions to put to the panel.