Review of familycaught – Ideas for Submissions
Although Simon Power’s Review of familycaught was triggered by the need to cut excessive wastage in Government spending, it also opens up the topics of the cost effectiveness and quality of service by familycaught.
Many of the issues in familycaught are subtle and based on values that we take for granted. Thus we are inexperienced at articulating them, let alone being able to suggest constructive changes.
Anne Lewis has clarified many of these issues, in her thesis:
This has been published by Fatherknowledgecentre:
Although she has studied abuse in the widest sense, this thesis has incidentally covered most of the issues of frustration and social damage that the familycaught achieves.
If you patiently read through her work, then you are likely to find a fairly eloquent presentation of issues that worry you.
This may then help you to get started, to put together your own submission to Government.
In case you are worried that this is cheating, you should in your own submission acknowledge Anne Lewis’s thesis.
You can get many ideas by searching Menz, using the Search field at the top right of each page.
Best regards, MurrayBacon – axe murderer.