Thanks for reporting on this, Kieran. It’s so very clear that …

Comment on Royal Commission’s broad inquiry: ‘the way kids live their lives’ by Phil Walcott.

Thanks for reporting on this, Kieran.

It’s so very clear that ‘the system’ is a broken model. The people within it are generally wonderful but they too are ‘stuck’ in the dysfunction of a very badly organised bureaucratic structure. It is highly overloaded with a variety of ‘managers’ who appear to do little more than ‘manage’ their power and salary status.

It’s time to ‘flatten’ the silo and allow the people who actually aim to deliver programs for the care of children to have a greater input into how those services are delivered in a comprehensive and compassionate manner.

Phil Walcott
Alice Springs.

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