The FPA develops policy positions in line with a clear and agreed framework - 'the Four Policy Pillars' that is aligned to the FPA's professional structure.
The Four Policy Pillars is structured around four key principles that must first be achieved in order for the policy to be considered by relevant policy committees and finally, the FPA Board. Those four policy principles are:
When developing submissions to Government, we encourage FPA members to have a voice and make a contribution to FPA submissions. While policy can be developed directly by the FPA Board, FPA members can also provide a policy submission for consideration.
The 'Policy Submission Statement' allows members to submit their policy recommendation and enable them to clearly map their policy recommendations to the principles of the Four Policy Pillars. Once completed, email your policy submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to dowload the Four Policy Pillars PDF.