Submissions

Submissions

State of Volunteering Report

Research

How do we know
we’re doing the
right thing?

Volunteering Tasmania will always advocate for and support the rights, well-being and interests of volunteers. We make submissions on government policy and other public policy matters that impact on or have relevance for volunteering.

These submissions are informed by an evidence-based of research and consultation. Read our recent submissions below.

2023-24
Budget Priority Statement
Submission to the Tasmania State Government
October 2022

2022-23
Budget Priority Statement
Submission to the Tasmania State Government
December 2021

2021-22
Budget Priority Statement
Submission to the Tasmania State Government
March 2021

2020-21
Budget Priority Statement
Submission to the Tasmania State Government
December 2019

2022
The Tasmanian Women’s Strategy
Submission made to Women in Tasmania | Communities Sport and Recreation

Child and Youth Safe Organisations Bill 2022
Submission made to Department of Justice Tasmania

2021
The Commission of Inquiry into the Tasmanian Government’s Responses to Child Sexual Abuse in Institutional Settings
Submission made to Commissioners The Honourable Marcia Neave APO, Professor Leah Bromfield and The Honourable Robert Benjamin AM

Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy
Submission to the Department of Communities Tasmania

Our Healthcare Future Consultation Paper
Submission to the Department of Health Tasmania

2020
Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety
Submission made to Royal Commissioners The Honourable Tony Pagone QC and Ms Lynelle Briggs AO

2020
Submission to the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council
Submission made to the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council

Premier’s Economic Social Recovery Advisory Council Interim Report: Volunteering Tasmania Synopsis
The Interim Report sets out the impacts of COVID-19 on Tasmania’s economy and people

Shared statement of intent for engaging Tasmanians in recovery and rebuilding
Peak organisations support and lead conversations with Tasmanians about solutions for the future

2021-22
State Election Priorities
Submission to the Tasmania State Government
April 2021

Volunteer Connect

Volunteer Connect is a national volunteer referral system which connects volunteers and organisations. It allows people to search for a new volunteer role and for volunteer-involving organisations to advertise for and recruit new volunteers.