How to make a submission on a bill


Making a submission on a bill is your chance to influence an outcome. Submissions allow you to make your views heard and tell a story.

Whether you choose to write a submission on your own or together in a group this guide will help you do that.

For a group activity we have the handy "how to take a photo guide" so you can take great photos of your write in and to ensure you get lots of submissions a poster to invite people along to your "write in".

Have your say on whistle blowing

The law protecting whistleblowers from retaliation is being reviewed.  Strengthening protections for whistleblowers is part of strengthening the integrity of public services and preventing corruption.  It’s easy to make a submission on what change is needed.  It’s important that your experience as a public servant of what stops and helps people to speak up, influences this review.  Go to to find out more and contribute to the discussion. 

Write  a submissions on the Equal Pay Amendment Bill.

You can check out the details of the bill here

All the documents you need can be downloaded and printed below.