11 November 2015
© Commonwealth of Australia 2015
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Conduct of the inquiry
Purpose and key provisions of the Bill
Consideration by other committees
Note on references
Efficacy of increasing vaccination rates
Impact on disadvantaged families
Evaluation of the Bill's impact
Suitability of proposed exemption categories
Allegations of coercion
Vaccination injury compensation scheme
Impact on child care providers
Accuracy of the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register data
Committee SecretarySenate Standing Committees on Community AffairsPO Box 6100Parliament HouseCanberra ACT 2600 Phone: +61 2 6277 3515Fax: +61 2 6277 email@example.com
On 17 September 2015, the Senate referred the Social Services Legislation Amendment (No Jab, No Pay) Bill 2015 to the Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee for inquiry and report.
Submissions were sought by 16 October 2015. The reporting date is 9 November 2015.
On 9 November 2015, the Senate granted an extension of time for reporting until 11 November 2015.
Please note: the committee has received a large volume of submissions in relation to this inquiry and wishes to assure submitters that each piece of correspondence to the inquiry is being read and considered. The committee has decided to publish all submissions from organisations and a representative sample of the submissions received from individuals. Owing to the sensitive and personal nature of many submissions, the committee has decided that the representative sample will be drawn from those for which it has received clear advice from the submitter supporting publication. The committee has decided not to publish submissions comprising short or general statements, form/campaign letters and petitions, but has noted the concerns raised in them.
02 Nov 2015: Brisbane
House of Representatives