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. 

39. Submission to the Inquiry Into A Better Family Law System – 19 April 2017.

As you see from the above list, 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 to be held in 2019.

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