Making a submission

The ALRC released a short Consultation Paper with law reform proposals on 27 January 2023.

Stakeholders are invited to make formal submissions to the four propositions and/or the 14 technical proposals raised in the Consultation Paper.

Submissions close on 24 February 2023.

In addition to accepting formal written submissions from organisations and individuals on specific law reform proposals contained in the Consultation Paper, the ALRC has also provided a confidential survey for members of the public to share their views and experiences on some key questions relevant to the Inquiry. Completion of the confidential survey does not preclude making a formal written submission on the propositions and technical proposals contained in the Consultation Paper – it is possible to do both.

Public submissions will be posted on the ALRC website.

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The ALRC prefers to receive submissions via the above online submission form, however we also accept written submissions by post to Religious Educational Institutions and Anti-Discrimination Laws, Australian Law Reform Commission, PO Box 12953, George Street Post Shop, Queensland 4003; or via email to antidiscriminationlaw@alrc.gov.au.