ALMOST $1.5 million in justice grants aims support some of Queensland's most vulnerable people.
The state's Attorney-General Cameron Dick said last week that 19 local community justice initiatives will benefit from the funding, which will support Indigenous people, people with disabilities, the financially-disadvantaged, and refugees and vulnerable groups throughout Queensland.
The grants, which range from $15,000 to $149,200, will enhance legal services and education, Dick said.
"The community legal centres receiving these grants are advocates for a fair, humane and non-discriminatory justice system. Their work helps to empower people to understand their rights and seek legal help when they need it."