Australian Repair Summit

Right to Repair is spreading in Australia! On July 9th, a full day summit will be organised to discuss repair and the right to repair.

The “summit is an opportunity for interested Repair stakeholders to genuinely engage with Government, policy makers and industry to discuss the emerging Right to Repair movement.”

@Mend_It_Australia will you be attending? Can’t wait to hear the outcome of the event!

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Yes, and YES! Mend It is on the steering committee for this summit, and all going well COVID and general health wise Danny and I will be tinkerer travelling from Melbourne to Canberra for this inaugural event. It’s really exciting to be championing the right to repair in Australia in 2021.

Karen and Danny Ellis

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AIMS

This full day summit is an opportunity for interested Repair stakeholders to genuinely and openly engage with Government, policy makers and industry to discuss the emerging Right to Repair movement, in an event that welcomes discussion, relevant questions and respectful debate.

The aims of this summit are twofold:

  • Firstly, it will provide participants with an update on the emerging Rights to Repair movement in Australia. This will be achieved through presentations by the ACCC on the Mandatory Sharing of Car Repair and Service Information legislation as well as the ACCC’s Agricultural Machinery: After sales market inquiry . The Productivity Commission will also present their recommendations of their draft Right to Repair report.

  • Secondly, the summit will provide attendees with the opportunity to discuss the emerging Right to Repair movement, in an event that welcomes discussion, relevant questions and respectful debate. Attendees will be encouraged to discuss and network and ask questions of participants and to provide contributions and feedback to presenters about their experiences in Right to Repair movement.

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