The AVA works with members on submissions to local, state and federal governments. This is a chance for AVA members to help shape policies which affect the veterinary profession. See below for the latest submissions, and to have your say.



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The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) has submitted a statement to the Senate Standing Committees on Education and Employment expressing support for the Education and Other Legislation Amendment (Abolishing Indexation and Raising the Minimum Repayment Income for Education and Training Loans) Bill 2022.
The AVA placed a submission to the 2023 Review of the South Australian Animal Welfare Act 1985.
The AVA would like to see modification to the prerequisite requirements of several visas that suitably qualified veterinarians commonly use to work in Australia to help immediately address the veterinary profession skills shortage.
The AVA is pleased to comment on the draft Veterinary Services Bill 2022 and thanks the Minister and the Department of Primary Industries South Australia (PIRSA) for undertaking it.
The AVA welcomes the opportunity to provide a submission to the consultation on livestock branding and earmarking in Queensland.