Australian Law Reform Commission Has Only Received 80 Submissions

The closing date Submissions to the Issues Paper for the Australian Law Reform Commission is July 15 yet, despite being open since the middle of May, there are currently only 80 completed submissions. Time is running out for us to have our say on important issues surrounding classification in this country.

It’s understandable to an extent – it seems like every other week there’s a new survey to fill out, or a new submissions process, but considering that 80% of the submissions made so far are lobbying for an increased amount of censorship and government intervention, it’s important for us to help provide a more balanced view.

Let’s get motivated! These are important issues, and paramount to the way classification will be rebuilt post the Australian Law Reform Commission’s report early next year.

Submissions can be made here.

Thanks folks.

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