By making a submission you are providing important input into the work of the Parliament of Victoria.
This form is designed to assist you in making an electronic submission to a Parliamentary Committee. Please refer to advice on Making a written submission
for further information about the submission process.
Submissions that are accepted by a committee are protected by parliamentary privilege. This means that no legal action can be taken against you in relation to the evidence in your submission. If you choose to publish your submission in another form, for example on your website, that publication will not be protected by parliamentary privilege.
In general, all submissions accepted by a committee are public documents. This means that the submission may be published on the committee's website and quoted in the committee's report to Parliament.
If you do not want your submission to be published, you may request that the committee treat it as confidential. Confidential submissions can not be completed online using this form. Requests must be made by contacting the Committee Secretary - see the Contacts menu item on the left. PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS FORM.
If you are making a submission on behalf of an organisation, please provide the following:
Please enter your submission content in the following box. Alternatively, if your submission is lengthy, you can also attach it as a Word document, below.
Please enter submission content
You may attach up to three (3) files. They may be up to 6Mb in size and may include the body of your submission.
If you need to attach additional files, or your files are bigger than 6Mb, contact the Committee Secretariat.
By clicking 'Sign and Submit' you are digitally signing your submission, and confirming that you understand that it will be treated as a public document unless otherwise agreed by the Committee. Your digital signature is as legally binding as a physical signature.