What is a submission?
A submission is a way for you to share your story with the Disability Royal Commission.
The story might be about your experience or another person’s.
You can make one or many submissions.
A submission can be short or as long as you need to tell your story.
How can I make a submission?
Anybody can make a submission to the Disability Royal Commission. You do not need to have a disability or prove your disability.
A submission can be given to the Disability Royal Commission using:
Submissions can use:
- Recordings (video or audio)
It can be in any language. It doesn’t need to be in English
When can I make a submission?
The Royal Commission is taking submissions until 31 December 2022 and will deliver its final report to government by 29 September 2023.
The Royal Commission continues to hold public hearings on different topics around the country. You can make a submission about an issue after the public hearing on that issue has finished.
It can take some time for a person to feel ready and be able to share their story with the Royal Commission. If you are interested in sharing your story, please call us on 1800 77 1800 (free call) Monday to Friday or go to our Contact us page for other ways to reach us.
Support with your submission
Your Story Disability Legal Support can provide you with legal support and advice to prepare your submission. We can also connect you with disability advocates or you can find them using the map on the Department of Social Service website
You can also look at our guide about ideas for preparing your submission for ideas to start planning and preparing your submission.
Need more information?
Call 1800 77 1800 Monday to Friday (free call) or go to our contact us page for other ways to reach us.
We can give you information and refer you to people who can support you to make a submission.
You can also visit the Disability Royal Commission website