Inquiry into Gender Responsive Budgeting

Questions on Notice

Responses to Questions on Notice

At the public hearings witnesses took questions on notice or agreed to supply further information about particular issues. The Committee requested responses to these questions on notice taken at the hearings and further information.

The table below sets out the responses that received and a link to the response.

Tuesday 10 December 2019 

Witness(s) Questions on Notice 
Department of Premier and Cabinet  pdf23 January 2020197.98 KB
Department of Health and Human Services  N/A
Department of Treasury and Finance   N/A
Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions      N/A
Victorian State Revenue Office  pdf21 January 2020897.32 KB

Hearings and Transcripts

Information on the Committee's public hearing schedule for this inquiry will be posted here as it becomes available.

Corrected transcripts of these hearings will also be published here when finalised by the Committee.

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Monday 16 March 2020 - Parliament of Victoria, 55 St Andrews Place, East Melbourne 
In a precautionary measure that considers the current public health situation, this hearing will be closed to the public.

 Time  Witness  Presentations  Transcripts
 3.05pm Professor Gigi Foster
Director of Education, School of Economics
University of New South Wales
  pdfTranscript193.48 KB



Monday 2 March 2020 - 
Parliament of Victoria, 55 St Andrews Place, East Melbourne

Time Witness Presentations Transcripts
 3.05 pm

Susan Maury
Senior Research & Evaluation Officer
Good Shepherd

Jeremy Levine
General Manager Service & Strategy Impact
Good Shepherd

 

pdfTabled Document4.52 MB

pdfTranscript388.94 KB

 3.30 pm Professor Rhonda Sharp
Emeritus Professor, School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
University of South Australia

Dr Monica Costa
Visiting Research Fellow
Curtin University
pdfPresentation577.89 KB pdfTranscript307.23 KB

 

Monday 17 February 2020 - Parliament of Victoria, 55 St Andrews Place, East Melbourne

Time Witness Presentations Transcripts
3.15 pm Angela Jackson
Senior Consultant
Equity Economics
  pdfTranscript167.66 KB 

 

Monday 3 February 2020 - Parliament of Victoria, 55 St Andrews Place, East Melbounre 

Time Witness  Presentations  Transcripts 
3.05 pm Associate Professor Janine Dixon
Centre for Policy Studies
Victoria University
n/a pdfTranscript66.67 KB
3.30 pm Professor Miranda Stewart
Director Tax Studies and the Tax Group
University of Melbourne
n/a  pdfTranscript30.67 KB

 

Tuesday 10 December 2019 - Parliament of Victoria, 55 St Andrews Place, East Melbourne

Time  Victorian Government Entity  Presentations Transcripts 
9.30 am Department of Premier and Cabinet pdfPresentation769.92 KB pdfTranscript156.32 KB
10.20 am Department of Health and Human Services pdfPresentation138.10 KB  pdfTranscript201.82 KB
11.20 am Department of Treasury and Finance pdfPresentation311.54 KB pdfTranscript574.01 KB
1.05 pm Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions  n/a pdfTranscript305.13 KB
1.55 pm  State Revenue Office  n/a pdfTranscript138.15 KB
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Submissions

Submissions for this inquiry have closed. For further information, please contact the Committee secretariat.

The following submissions have been accepted by the Committee:

  1. pdfEquality Rights Alliance5.44 KB
    a. pdfEquality Rights Alliance - Attachment A2.70 MB
  2. pdfUK Womens Budget Group1.11 MB
    a. pdfUK Womens Budget Group - Attachment A3.82 MB
  3. pdfWomens Health Victoria768.56 KB
  4. pdfCardinia Lakes Early Learning Centre575.22 KB
  5. pdfWomen in Social and Economic Research WiSER, Curtin University858.28 KB
  6. pdfDarebin City Council832.30 KB
  7. pdfGender Equity Victoria3.47 MB
    a.pdfGender Equity Victoria - Attachment A1.52 MB
  8. pdfOur Watch1.30 MB
  9. pdfNational Foundation for Australian Women973.66 KB
  10. pdfWomens Health Goulburn North East1.15 MB
  11. pdfWIRE Womens Information Referral Exchange1.04 MB
  12. pdfEMILY's List Australia814.65 KB
  13. pdfCentre of Policy Studies, Victoria University1.29 MB
  14. pdfVictorian Womens Trust888.85 KB
  15. pdfProfessor Jennifer Curtin7.51 MB
  16. pdfWomens Health West775.85 KB
  17. pdfWomens Legal Service Victoria755.60 KB
  18. pdfAngela Jackson and Leonora Risse1.06 MB
  19. pdfAustralian Women Donors Network582.35 KB
    a. pdfAustralian Women Donors Network Attachment A1.41 MB
    b. pdfAustralian Women Donors Network Attachment B5.68 MB
    c. pdfAustralian Women Donors Network Attachment C767.56 KB
  20. pdfDepartment of Premier and Cabinet3.33 MB
    a. pdfDepartment of Premier and Cabinet Attachment A 2.11 MB
  21. pdfGender Institute, Australian National University1.24 MB
  22. pdfJesuit Social Services1.51 MB
  23. pdfWellsprings for Women1.20 MB
  24. pdfMulticultural Centre for Womens Health888.49 KB
    a. pdfMulticultural Centre for Womens Health - Attachment A1.02 MB
    b. pdfMulticultural Centre for Womens Health - Attachment B1006.48 KB
    c. pdfMulticultural Centre for Womens Health - Attachment C1.03 MB
    d. pdfMulticultural Centre for Womens Health - Attachment D1.52 MB
  25. pdfCentre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health642.56 KB
  26. pdfVictoria Police942.32 KB

 

 

 

Terms of Reference

The Committee resolved at its meeting on 9 September 2019 to conduct an Inquiry into Gender Responsive Budgeting.

The terms of reference for the inquiry require the Committee to:

  1. Review and seek advice on international and national developments in gender responsive budgeting.
  2. Assess the status of the Victorian Public Sector's gender responsive budgeting initiatives and what outcomes have been achieved to date.
  3. Consider the current application of developments in gender responsive budgeting for both private and public organisations in Australia and overseas.
  4. Investigate the implications of these developments for Victorian and Australian Public Sector accounting and reporting.
  5. Review the extent to which the Victorian and Australian Public Sector should be required to publicly report on the positive outcomes and negative impacts of their activities to achieve gender equality.