Every now and then, it is necessary to push aside all of the distractions and make sure that the main energy is focussed onto the most important issues.
It is necessary to identify actions that should have been taken place but didn’t, as much as the actions that did take place.
But what are they?
This is especially important as we drift out of control towards the next election…
Recent topics covered in posts have been:
Human rights man/woman
Child support operation
Decisions about care of children when one parent demands separation
Corruption in Government and courts
Happiness wellness for adults
Suicide issues for men
Protection of men at work – really human rights again
Education system failing to properly develop boys – human rights again
Hidden sexism in social policy
Just at present, my tuppence worth is the deferral of child support changes that would have been fairer to non-custodial parents 85% men. This quiet deferral would have had much more impact onto separating parents negotiations, than the supposed reform of familycaught$.
Closely followed by the changes to familycaught$, that are supposed to be happening right now. I think these changes have not been carefully thought through and will result in a long drawn out, slow speed train wreck in familycaught$?
The most important point is that the single most important factor for the familycaught$ changes to partly succeed, would be that the child support reforms were already completed.
Both of the above impact critically onto children, but there has been insufficient public debate on these impacts onto children.
What are your opinions?