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The Victorian Parliament’s annual student competition is back!

The Parliament Prize asks students to consider what they would say to parliament if they were an MP and record a video of their own 90-second Member’s Statement.

Entries are open until 5pm on Friday 16 June 2022 for Victorian students from Grade 5 to Year 12.

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Entries for this year’s Parliament Prize competition are now open for Victorian students from Grade 5 to Year 12.

This popular competition asks students to consider the issues that are important in their own communities and record a 90-second video of a statement they would make to parliament if they were an MP.

Students can win cash prizes for themselves and their schools, with three entry categories: Grades 5‑6, Years 7-9 and Years 10-12.

Last year the Parliament Prize received 675 entries from students at 145 schools across Victoria. And, with more than 390 unique topics raised in these entries, Members of Parliament took a great interest in what students in their local areas had to say.

Examples included the cost of living, gender equality, health and mental health, animal rights and education.

Entries for this year’s prize can be submitted via the competition website,, until 5pm on Friday 16 June 2023.

The website includes resources that will help both students and teachers who want to take part in the competition.


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