Queenslanders were invited to contribute to the Queensland Plan by answering the following six questions:
• In the context of living in the community, how do we move our focus from me to we?
• How do we create and foster an education culture that teaches skills and values to meet global challenges and optimise regional strengths?
• How do we empower and educate individuals, communities and institutions to embrace responsibility for an active and healthy lifestyle?
• How do we structure our economy to ensure our children inherit a resilient future?
• How do we strengthen our economic future and achieve sustainable landscapes?
• How do we attract and retain the brightest minds and ideas where they are most needed and capitalise on global opportunities?
The questions in fact, have a vision ‘embedded’ in them, which is something like the following:
‘Queensland has become a very community-minded state with an education culture that teaches skill and values to meet global challenges and optimise regional strengths. Queenslanders are empowered and educated to adopt an active and healthy lifestyle. Our economy is structured to create a resilient future for our children, with a strong economy and sustainable landscapes. Queensland attracts the brightest minds and ideas where they are most needed and is able to capitalise on global opportunities’.