A list of letter and submission templates for you to use for inspiration, to reference, or to edit and use for your correspondence. This resource list will be updated regularly/as letters and submissions are received/sent.
Recommendations sent to Australian Minister for Women Marise Payne
Poster/flyer about Myths vs Facts when it comes to Sex vs “Gender”
Below is a general template for letters which you can use to build your own letter.
A letter template to use for lobbying Australian politicians regarding becoming a signatory to, and ratifying, the Istanbul Convention (short name).
A detailed explanation of how “gender identity ideology” is, per legal definition in Australia, a religion.
Stakeholder submission from WA Feminist Lobby Network sent to the Law Reform Commission of Western Australia regarding its review of the WA Equal Opportunity Act 1984, specifically in regards to considerations of implementing provisions pertaining to “gender identity.”
A letter sent to local politicians (MP’s) regarding sex-based inequalities within the Early Years Education sector.
The COPP 4.6 Review, Report and Recommendations by Single Sex Prisons WA. The COPP 4.6 Department of Corrective Services policy allows cross-sex placement in prisons, jails and other penal facilities in WA, including youth facilities, based on self-identification.
A complaint sent to the Australian Breastfeeding Association regarding the publication of their chest feeding booklet which advocates for men to induce lactation to chest feed babies.
Formal letter to the WA State Solicitor’s Office regarding provisions pertaining to “gender identity.”
A formal submission to UN Women – Commission on the Status of Women about patterns of injustice and discrimination against women emerging from the trend of changing policy and legislation in favour of “gender identity” versus biological sex, in Australia and other of the 193 Member states of the United Nations.
Letter of concern to the Town of Victoria Park in Western Australia regarding an event being hosted in one of its venues which would see children being instructed on how to draw a Drag Queen by an unfamiliar male artist while their parents drink champagne elsewhere.