The Classification Board Wants YOU To Help With Policy Research

Now that our slightly disappointing R18+ rating for video games is back on the agenda, the Classification Board is looking for people to help out in policy focus groups.

Here’s what it’s after.

The Classification Branch of the Attorney-General’s Department invites applications from community members (eighteen years and over), to be included on a register of people who can be called on, to participate in research groups about a range of media classification matters.

The register will enable the department to convene focus groups periodically. Volunteers from all parts of Australia are encouraged to apply. The Classification Branch will cover reasonable costs to attend, but no participation fee will be provided.

You can head over to the Classification Board’s website and register. [Classification Board]

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