Submissions

ACBC now hosts the resources of the former Southern Cross Bioethics Institute. The following submissions made prior to 2012 were under the auspices of SCBI and those from 2013 onward under the auspices of ACBC.

NSW Inquiry into Legislation on Altruistic Surrogacy, 2008

Mr Matthew Tieu. 26 September 2008.

QLD Investigation into Altruistic Surrogacy Committee, 2008

Mr Matthew Tieu. 26 September 2008.

Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs Regarding its Inquiry into the Rights of the Terminally Ill (Euthanasia Law Repeal) Bill 2008

Dr John Fleming and Dr Greg Pike. April 2008.
(prepared for the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs regarding its Inquiry into the Rights of the Terminally Ill to re-establish euthanasia in the Northern Territory)

Legislative responses to recommendations of the Lockhart Review

Dr Greg Pike. September 2006.
(prepared for the Australian Senate Community Affairs Committee reporting on the Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer (SCNT) and Related Research Amendment Bill 2006 and Prohibition of Human Cloning for Reproduction and the Regulation of Human Embryo Research Amendment Bill 2006 http://www.lockhartreview.com.au/)

Submission to the South Australian Development Committee: Inquiry into Gestational Surrogacy, 2006

Mr Matthew Tieu, 20 Mar 2006.
(prepared for the South Australian Social Development Committee regarding amendments to the Family Relationships Act 1975 and the Reproductive Technology (Clinical Practices) Act 1988)

Lockhart Inquiry into Therapeutic Cloning

Dr Greg Pike, Selena Ewing, Zac Alstin. September 2005.
(prepared for the Lockhart Legislation Review Committee reporting on the Prohibition of Human Cloning Act 2002 and the Research Involving Human Embryos Act 2002: http://www.lockhartreview.com.au/)

National Health and Medical Research Council Guidelines Concerning the Use of Human Fetal Tissue

Selena Ewing. August 2005.
(prepared for the National Health and Medical Research Council regarding the human fetus and use of human fetal tissue 1983)

West Australian Department of Health: "Medical Treatment for the Dying"

Dr Greg Pike, Zac Alstin, Selena Ewing. July 2005.
(prepared for the West Australian Department of Health. Project website: http://www.health.wa.gov.au/publications/)

Queensland University of Technology Inquiry: "Rethinking Life-Sustaining Measures: Questions for Queensland"

Dr Greg Pike, Zac Alstin, Selena Ewing. May 2005.
(prepared for the Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Law, Rethinking Life-Sustaining Measures Project - Assoc. Prof. Lindy Willmott and Dr Ben White. Project website: http://www.law.qut.edu.au/research/lifesustain/)

Submission on Safety in the Sex Industry

Dr John Fleming, Dr Gregory Pike, Selena Ewing. April 2003.
(prepared for the West Australian Parliament).

Submission Regarding Draft Guidelines on the Use of Reproductive Technology in Clinical Practice and Research

Dr John Fleming and Dr Gregory Pike. March 2003.
(prepared for the Australian Health Ethics Committee)

Australian Senate Inquiry into Research Involving Embryos Bill 2002

Dr John Fleming and Dr Greg Pike. September 2002.
(prepared for the Australian Senate Community Affairs Committee)

Tasmanian Parliament re: Medical Marijuana, 2000

Dr Gregory Pike, 23 October 2000.
(prepared for the Tasmania Parliament)

SA Select Committee on a Heroin Rehabilitation Trial

Dr John Fleming, Dr Gregory Pike. 1999.
(prepared for the House of Assembly, South Australia).

SA Select Committee on the Voluntary Euthanasia Bill, 1996

Dr John Fleming, Dr Michael Hains, Simon Fisher. September 1997.
(prepared for the Legislative Council of South Australia).

Submission to the House Inquiry into Scientific, Ethical, and Regulatory Aspects of Human Cloning

Dr John Fleming, Dr Gregory Pike.
(prepared for the Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. House of Representatives. Australia).