DemocracyCo is focused on making sure the Jury has access to balanced (or unbiased) information that helps them to understand the CTP scheme and fills the gaps in their information.
DemocracyCo have been assisted in this with advice from the legal profession, insurers, health professionals and Geoff Atkins, Actuary from Finity Consulting.
The Jury will receive information from a range of sources including;
And of course, Jurors will receive information through their own research and the media and online – as we all do!
The Jury is being exposed to different organisations who have perspectives on the current system through a ‘speed dialogue’ process. In this process they will be hearing from insurer, legal, actuarial and health perspectives on the current scheme.
You can read the biographies of the speed dialogue participants here.
On 14 March 2020, the Jury will have three panel sessions considering the key questions before the Jury.
DemocracyCo will be working with the Jurors to make sure that the breadth of witnesses they need to hear from achieve the following-
To get the Jury started democracyCo has been working with insurers, legal professionals, health experts and Geoff Atkin from Finity Consulting to identify appropriate witnesses for the Jury.
In doing so, democracyCo has tried to develop a broad and balanced list of people they think can assist.
The Jury will also be able to identify witnesses that they want to hear from.
The final witness list will be published here in the lead up to the March 14 meeting of the Jury.
All submissions provided to the Jury will be published here after 2 March 2020.
The submission process is open and any individual or organisation can make a submission to the Jury.
If this is of interest to you – you can find the submission template here.
Submissions are due by 2 March 2020.
A statewide community survey is underway, so the Jury can gain an understanding of what the broader Queensland community knows and thinks about CTP.
You can provide the Jury will your view by filling in this survey.
We will publish the results of the public survey here in March.
RACQ has prepared the Rethink CTP Deliberative Guide to help support the Jury – as well as the community more broadly - to explore the current CTP system and reflect on the strengths and weaknesses of it.
You can view the Deliberative Guide here.