Submissions

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Our submissions to various Government inquiries from Andrew Thompson’s submission on 6 August 2003 to the present time are provided below. Please click onto the items in blue for further details:-

1. Submission by the Party Secretary, Andrew Thompson (NCPP) to the Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs – re Shared Parenting – 6 August 2003. (in pdf format).

Andy Thompson, Party Secretary

2. Submission by the Deputy Registered Officer, John Flanagan (FICS) to the Standing Committee on Family and Committee Affairs – re Shared Parenting – 7 August 2003  (in pdf format).

John Flanagan, Deputy Registered Officer

3.  Submission by Executive member, Alex Peniazev (NCPP) to the Standing Committee on Family and Community Affairs – re Shared Parenting – 8 August 2003  (in pdf format).

4. NCPP Submission to Attorney General’s Department – re. paramountcy principle – 30 June 2005. (in pdf format).

5.  NCPP Submission to Attorney-General’s Department – re. Issue of Relocation – 5 April 2006. (in pdf format).

6.  NCPP Submission to Senate Community Affairs Committee – re new child support legislation – Part 1 – 22 September 2006 (in pdf format).

7.  NCPP Submission to NSW Legislative Council – re. Impact of Family Law Act changes – 18 October 2006 (in pdf format).

8.  NCPP Submission to the Department of Human Services – re Access Card – 12 January 2007.(in pdf format).

9. NCPP Submission to Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee – re. proposed Access Card – 6 March 2007 (in pdf format).

10.  NCPP (EP) Submission to Senate Community Affairs Committee – re. new child support legislation – Part 2 – 20 April 2007  (in pdf format).

11. NCPP(EP) Submission to the Department of Human Services – re proposed Access Card – 22 August 2007. (in pdf format).

12. NCPP(EP) Submission to the NSW Child Protection Inquiry – into the NSW Department of Community Services – 26 May 2008 (in pdf format).

13.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee – re. the Sex Discrimination Act – 1 August 2008 (in pdf format).

14. NCPP(EP) Submission to the ALRC – re. Review of Secrecy Laws – Issues Paper 34 – 3 February 2009.  (in pdf format).

15.  NCPP(EP) Submission to Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee – re. Australia’s judicial system – 24 March 2009 (in pdf format).

16.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Senate Legal & Constitutional Affairs Committee – re. Australia’s Judicial System – 29 April 2009  (in pdf format).

17. NCPP(EP) Submission to the ALRC – re. Review of Secrecy Laws – Discussion Paper 74 -3 September 2009  (in pdf format).

18.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Family Courts Violence Review- 20 October 2009 to the Attorney-General’s Department (in pdf format).

19.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Evaluation of the Family Law Reforms – 20 October 2009 : to the Australian Institute of Family Studies (in pdf format).

20.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Family Violence Inquiry – 20 October 2009:- to the Australian Law Reform Commission (in pdf format).

21.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Inquiry into Suicide in Australia – 20 October 2009:– to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee (in pdf format).

22.NCPP(EP) Submission to the Inquiry into Access to Justice – 20 October 2009:- to the Attorney-General’s Department (in pdf format).

23.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Delivering Quality Outcomes Review – 20 October 2009:- to the Child Support Agency Inquiry (in pdf format).

24. NCPP(EP) Submission to the Family Violence Research Project – 20 October 2009:- to the University of South Australia, James Cook University and Monash University (in pdf format).

25.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Shared Parental Responsibility Research Project – 20 October 2009:- to the University of New South Wales (in pdf format).

26.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the ALRC (Family Violence) 1 June 2010 (in pdf format).

27. NCPP(EP) Submission to the Attorney-General’s Department – re. exposure draft Family Violence Bill – 11 January 2011. (in pdf format).

28.  NCPP(EP) Senate Inquiry to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee – re. Inquiry into the ALRC – 3 February 2011 (in pdf format).

29.  NCPP(EP) Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee – re Family Violence Bill – 28 March 2011 (in pdf format).

30. NCCP(EP) Submission to ALRC – re. Child Support and Family Violence and FTB’s – 21 April 2011  (in pdf format).

31.NCPPP(EP) Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Reference Committee Inquiry into International Child Abduction – 22 August 2011 (in pdf format).

32. NCPP(EP) Submission to the ALRC Inquiry into Family Violence – Commonwealth Laws – 30 September 2011  (in pdf format).

33. NCPP(EP) Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, into Child Support – 28 May 2014.

33A. NCPP(EP) Supplementary Submission to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, into Child Support – 28 August 2014.

34. Submission by the NCPP(EP)’s Party Secretary, Andrew Thompson, to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs, into Child Support – 10 June 2014.

Andy Thompson, Party Secretary

Andy Thompson, Party Secretary

35. Submission by the NCPP(EP) to the Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee Inquiry into Domestic Violence – 17 July 2014.

36. Submission by the NCPP(EP) to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee into the Family Law Amendment (Financial Agreements and Other Measures) Bill 2015 – 11 December 2015.

37  Submission to the Senate Finance and Public Administration Committee on Domestic Violence and Gender Inequality – 21 February 2016

38. Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters – 24 February 2016. 

 

 

 

 

As you see from the above, we have made many submissions to various Government inquiries over the years. Sadly most of these inquiries had their outcomes already pre-determined before we or anyone else had even made our or their submission.

This practice of pre-determining outcomes of inquiries needs to stop. This is another reason is why we need your vote at the next Federal Election in 2016.

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