The Petitions Committee was established on 15 June 2011. Its role is to consider all admissible petitions that are submitted by the public. Petitions must be about issues that the National Assembly has powers to take action on. The petitions process enables the public to highlight issues and directly influence the work of the National Assembly. Its specific functions are set out in Standing Order 23.
Work completed by the Petitions Committee
Survey - Review of the National Assembly for Wales Petitions System
The Petitions Committee wants to know what you think about the petitions system, what matters it should cover, who should be able to use the system and what action the Committee should take on petitions.
Please take a few moments to complete the survey to help them understand your views. You may provide as much or as little information as you wish. This survey should take no more than five minutes to complete, and your responses will be used only for the purposes of this questionnaire.
Dates for your diaries – you can download Petitions Committee meeting dates in a variety of formats.
Follow the Petitions Committee on Twitter: @SeneddPetitions
Clerk: Steve George. Deputy Clerk: Kayleigh Driscoll
National Assembly for Wales
Phone: 0300 200 6565