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justice delayed is justice denied – survivors need help now
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redress is not a one-off thing – it should be a lifelong commitment to meeting the needs of survivors
when an implicit social contract is broken, the full costs must be paid
make the polluters pay
fairness to institutions?
all abuse matters
new south wales parliamentarian (right):
political adviser (left):
3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse
media release
19 march 2015
for further detail please see the attached media release (150319 mb justice greens nsw launch 3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse).
remove time limits for victims’ civil damages claims
 
1. bring sentencing for past child abusers into the 21st century
2. stop churches hiding their money in trusts
nsw greens mp and justice spokesperson david shoebridge mlc said:
limitation period
sentencing
the ellis defence
media contact: david shoebridge  0408 113 952 or (02) 9230 3030
david shoebridge
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sign up to stay in touch
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davidshoebridge.org.au/sign-up
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please sign the petition:
please sign the petition:
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introduction
thinking about safety
websites with safety tips and strategies
what this post is about
my remarks
justice delayed is justice denied – survivors need help now
the need to talk benefits not just costs – language matters
redress is not a one-off thing – it should be a lifelong commitment to meeting the needs of survivors
when an implicit social contract is broken, the full costs must be paid
make the polluters pay
fairness to institutions?
all abuse matters
new south wales parliamentarian (right):
political adviser (left):
3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse
media release
19 march 2015
for further detail please see the attached media release (150319 mb justice greens nsw launch 3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse).
remove time limits for victims’ civil damages claims
 
1. bring sentencing for past child abusers into the 21st century
2. stop churches hiding their money in trusts
nsw greens mp and justice spokesperson david shoebridge mlc said:
limitation period
sentencing
the ellis defence
media contact: david shoebridge  0408 113 952 or (02) 9230 3030
david shoebridge
greens mp in the nsw legislative council
p:
 (02) 9230 3030 t:
@shoebridgemlc
sign up to stay in touch
 at 
davidshoebridge.org.au/sign-up
remember
please sign the petition:
please sign the petition:
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introduction
thinking about safety
websites with safety tips and strategies
what this post is about
my remarks
justice delayed is justice denied – survivors need help now
the need to talk benefits not just costs – language matters
redress is not a one-off thing – it should be a lifelong commitment to meeting the needs of survivors
when an implicit social contract is broken, the full costs must be paid
make the polluters pay
fairness to institutions?
all abuse matters
new south wales parliamentarian (right):
political adviser (left):
3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse
media release
19 march 2015
for further detail please see the attached media release (150319 mb justice greens nsw launch 3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse).
remove time limits for victims’ civil damages claims
 
1. bring sentencing for past child abusers into the 21st century
2. stop churches hiding their money in trusts
nsw greens mp and justice spokesperson david shoebridge mlc said:
limitation period
sentencing
the ellis defence
media contact: david shoebridge  0408 113 952 or (02) 9230 3030
david shoebridge
greens mp in the nsw legislative council
p:
 (02) 9230 3030 t:
@shoebridgemlc
sign up to stay in touch
 at 
davidshoebridge.org.au/sign-up
remember
please sign the petition:
please sign the petition:
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child abuse royal commission case study 25 (or: a few thoughts about redress) https://lewisblayse.net/2015/03/20/child-abuse-royal-commission-case-study-25-or-a-few-thoughts-about-redress/
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david shoebridge’s 3-point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse (or: tear down those walls) https://lewisblayse.net/2015/03/19/david-shoebridges-3-point-reform-package-for-victims-of-child-sexual-abuse-or-tear-down-those-walls/
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150319 mb justice greens nsw launch 3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse https://lewisblayse.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/150319-mb-justice-greens-nsw-launch-3-point-reform-package-for-victims-of-child-sexual-abuse.pdf
found http://www.childabuseroyalcommission.gov.au/about-us/our-reports/interim-report-volume-1-final-020714_lr_web
limitation amendment (child abuse) bill 2014 http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/parlment/nswbills.nsf/0/53120444ffec52a8ca257d4e001e3eff/$file/66255703.pdf/b2013-185-d09-house.pdf
forced by precedent http://www.austlii.edu.au/au/cases/nsw/nswcca/2002/129.html
much more lenient sentences http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/cases/nsw/nswcca/2011/84.html?stem=0&synonyms=0&query=title(%222011%20nswcca%2084%22)&nocontext=1
ellis defence http://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/sinodisp/au/cases/nsw/nswca/2007/117.html?stem=0&synonyms=0&query=trustees%20and%20ellis&nocontext=1
the roman catholic church trust property amendment (justice for victims) bill 2014 http://www.parliament.nsw.gov.au/prod/parlment/nswbills.nsf/0/73cc52b622faad69ca25790c0012c745/$file/23735570.pdf/b2011-121-d24-house.pdf
@shoebridgemlc http://twitter.com/#!/shoebridgemlc
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nsw election 2015: greens announce plan to toughen child sex abuse laws http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-19/nsw-election/6332620
greens want reforms for child sex abuse http://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/03/19/14/18/greens-want-reforms-for-child-sex-abuse
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adelaide archbishop philip wilson charged with concealing child sex abuse http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-17/philip-wilson-archbishop-charged-concealing-child-sex-abuse/6325326
adelaide archbishop philip wilson charged with concealing sex abuse http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/adelaide-archbishop-philip-wilson-charged-with-concealing-sex-abuse/story-e6frg6nf-1227266023201
archbishop ‘concealed’ child sex abuse http://www.iol.co.za/news/world/archbishop-concealed-child-sex-abuse-1.1832913#.vqho346ueso
archbishop charged with concealing sex abuse http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/world/268851/archbishop-charged-with-concealing-sex-abuse
archbishop of adelaide charged over concealing children’s sex abuse http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2015/mar/17/archbishop-of-adelaide-charged-over-concealing-childrens-sex-abuse
archbishop of adelaide charged with concealing sex abuse http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2015/03/17/archbishop-adelaide-charged-concealing-sex-abuse
archbishop of adelaide philip wilson could face two years jail over charges of concealing sex abuse http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/archbishop-of-adelaide-philip-wilson-could-face-two-years-jail-over-charges-of-concealing-sex-abuse/story-fni0cx12-1227266216277
archbishop philip wilson becomes world’s most senior catholic charged with concealing child abuse http://www.smh.com.au/national/archbishop-philip-wilson-becomes-worlds-most-senior-catholic-charged-with-concealing-child-abuse-20150317-1m1fyu.html
rchbishop philip wilson: i didn’t hide child sex abuse http://www.theaustralian.com.au/national-affairs/in-depth/archbishop-philip-wilson-i-didnt-hide-child-sex-abuse/story-fngburq5-1227267135575
archbishop wilson charged with concealing abuse http://indaily.com.au/news/2015/03/17/archbishop-wilson-charged-concealing-abuse/
australia archbishop charged with concealing sex abuse http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-31921828
australian archbishop charged for failing to report abuse http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=24347
australian archbishop charged with concealing child abuse by fellow priest http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/australian-archbishop-charged-concealing-child-abuse-article-1.2151848
australian archbishop criminally charged with covering up child sex abuse http://failedmessiah.typepad.com/failed_messiahcom/2015/03/australian-archbishop-criminally-charged-with-covering-up-child-sex-abuse-345.html
cardinal george pell slammed for lavish spending http://www.news.com.au/world/europe/cardinal-george-pell-slammed-for-lavish-spending/story-fnh81p7g-1227243257227
catholic archbishop charged for hiding pedophile priest http://pulse.ng/religion/in-australia-catholic-archbishop-charged-for-hiding-pedophile-priest-id3576003.html
catholic archbishop of adelaide charged over failing to report child sex abuse http://www.christiantoday.com/article/catholic.archbishop.of.adelaide.charged.over.failing.to.report.child.sex.abuse/50151.htm
catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson charged with concealing child sex abuse http://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/03/17/12/45/adelaide-archbishop-charged-with-concealing-child-sex-abuse
catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson charged with concealing child sex abuse http://www.smh.com.au/national/catholic-archbishop-of-adelaide-philip-wilson-charged-with-concealing-child-sex-abuse-20150317-1m0ytv.html
catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson charged with failing to report child abuse by colleague in 1970s http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/catholic-archbishop-of-adelaide-philip-wilson-charged-with-failing-to-report-child-abuse-by-colleague-in-1970s/story-fnii5yv7-1227266060852
late paedophile priest james patrick fletcher’s crime continue to hurt catholic church http://www.news.com.au/national/south-australia/late-paedophile-priest-james-patrick-fletchers-crime-continue-to-hurt-catholic-church/story-fnii5yv4-1227267072483
on the tram with adelaide’s archbishop philip wilson http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/messenger/city/on-the-tram-with-adelaides-archbishop-philip-wilson/story-fni9lkxa-1226883650515
one of australia’s most senior archbishops has been charged with covering up child sex abuse http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2998117/one-australia-s-senior-archbishops-charged-covering-child-sex-abuse.html
sa archbishop disappointed at charge http://www.ntnews.com.au/news/national/sa-archbishop-disappointed-at-charge/story-fnjbnvyj-1227266319975
sa archbishop to fight concealment charge http://www.9news.com.au/national/2015/03/17/12/38/archbishop-of-adelaide-charged-by-police
senior australian cleric charged with cover-up of abuse by priest in 1970s http://www.thetablet.co.uk/news/1873/0/senior-australian-cleric-charged-with-cover-up-of-abuse-by-priest-in-1970s
the archbishop of adelaide charged with concealing child sex abuse during his time in maitland 40 years ago http://www.businessinsider.com.au/the-archbishop-of-adelaide-charged-with-concealing-child-sex-abuse-during-his-time-in-maitland-40-years-ago-2015-3
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the office of the legal services commissioner http://www.olsc.nsw.gov.au/olsc/lsc_index.html
queensland law society – “what to do if you have concerns about your solicitor” http://www.qls.com.au/for_the_community/you_your_solicitor/resolving_a_complaint
the legal services commission – “complaints”. https://www.lsc.qld.gov.au/complaints
the law institute of victoria http://www.liv.asn.au/
the legal services commissioner of victoria – “complaints”. http://www.lsc.vic.gov.au/complaints/
the law society of tasmania – “public info”. http://lst.org.au/public-info/
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the law society northern territory – “make a complaint”. http://lawsocietynt.asn.au/index.php/for-the-community/make-a-complaint.html
the law society of the act – “making a complaint”. https://www.actlawsociety.asn.au/public-information/making-a-complaint/making-a-complaint
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about safety) posted on february 2, 2016 by lewisblayse [nb: the author is not an expert in this area, and this article is merely designed to raise awareness of the importance of safety when engaging in any form of activism. this piece was prompted by the author’s observation that there’s a huge range of awareness of the kinds of risks faced by activists, and a wide range of behaviours ranging from quite cavalier to very careful. please obtain professional advice at every turn in your safety journey, do your own thinking and research, and make up your own mind about what you personally should be doing vis a vis safety]. introduction keeping yourself safe is vital. not just for you, but for the people you’re working with or trying to help and anyone else in your life you’d like to be as safe as possible. unfortunately, activism always comes with some risks. perfect safety is unattainable, but you should at least make the attempt to minimise all possible sources of harm to yourself and others. the good news is that there’s a lot of information available to help you come up with practical measures to put in place. safety means different things to different people. what is most important to do or prioritise depends on what you’re doing. precisely how you go about putting in safety measures depends on what you’re doing, what you can afford to spend on safety measures, and your own personality and lifestyle preferences. no one size fits all. safety starts with thinking about it. this may be hard if you’re currently at risk or feeling afraid or anxious, and so stressed that you’re not being reflective enough. try to put aside a clear day with no distractions to come up with a basic safety plan or at least to start working on one. what follows is not a comprehensive set of measures to enhance safety, but rather a way of thinking about safety. it’s not the only way, and the scattered ideas / tips in it aren’t even remotely exhaustive. at the end of the article is a selection of websites that have great practical tips and tricks for improving safety – a lot of people have done a lot of work in coming up with these tips and tricks, and there’s no point reinventing the wheel! some of the sites also present broad ways of thinking about safety that are a bit different from this article and they’re also worth reading too – don’t just skip straight to the tips and tricks. this is because having some sort of framework for thinking about safety is good because it helps you come up with creative / innovative ideas to deal with your own special situation when nothing you’ve read quite ‘works’ for you or your circumstances. thinking about safety identify domains of personal safety a useful way to get moving on a personal safety plan is to break down all the areas in your life that you may need to think about putting in or improving safety measures. areas to think about might include the following. you may think of others. safety from personal harm for yourself. personal harm could be, at the extreme, being killed or ‘suicided’ (being killed in such a way that it’s made to look like you killed yourself), or it could be being hurt (e.g., injured, poisoned, drugged). it could also include your being incarcerated or otherwise deprived of your liberty / contact from necessary sources of support. safety from personal harm for people you care about. see above. safety of your data. ‘data’ just means any information that you have that you need to make sure doesn’t land in the wrong hands, get lost, or otherwise have something happen to it that you don’t want to happen. data might be written communications with others, what you’ve got on your computer, what you’ve got on your phone, important tape recordings, etc. if you have important data, you need to have a plan for how to keep the data safe. what ‘safe’ means is going to depend on what you’re doing, what you’re trying to achieve, and other factors. for example, for you, data safety might need to involve thinking about whether the simple fact of who you’re talking to is something you’d prefer certain people not to know about. safety of other people’s data. see above. psychological safety. psychological safety is often overlooked by busy activists. harassment can sometimes occur simply for the purpose of upsetting you or destabilising you long enough to keep you quiet, or deter you from your course. it’s natural to get upset in the face of an attack, but it’s important to try to keep yourself on an even keel too. try to sleep well, exercise, and eat well – these all help improve your state of mind. doing these things will help you stay the distance (burnout is all too common among activists). also, even though it’s important to be safe, it’s just as important not to become so obsessed with it that you end up doing nothing else and lose sight of what you’re really trying to do. look after your mind as much as anything else. safety from reputational blows. attacks on your credibility can be every bit as devastating as any other attack. reputational blows might come in the form of character assassination, people coming forward to contradict critical aspects of what you’re saying without actual proof (as they say, a lie can get around the world before the truth gets its boots on), or elsewhere. much of this can’t be avoided, but some things are in your control. for example, if you indulge in prohibited drugs, apart from the obvious health problems associated with doing it, it’s also potentially damaging to your reputation. if you’re a bad driver, start driving sensibly and following the road rules. if you’re the kind of person who takes people at their word, that’s nice, but not always sensible – you can suffer reputational damage simply by spreading disinformation. safety from petty persecution / harassment. persecution can come in so many forms it’s impossible to list them here, but some examples may suffice. before that, however, bear in mind that a lot of petty persecution is simply designed to keep you from doing what you’re trying to do by keeping you so distracted or stressed that you veer off course. for example, your mail might be tampered with and your bills stolen so you get levied with late penalties by service providers. you might get irritating phone calls from people who are just trying to upset you and prevent you getting on with what you should be doing. you might find that someone’s hassling your friends or family. how you respond depends on the circumstances, but might be as simple as blocking someone from being able to call you if you think the only reason for it is to upset you. or it might involve getting some legal advice about how to stop the persecution / harassment stopping. identify possible sources of safety threats you should also then think about sources of possible safety threats. these might include: people who have a direct personal interest in harming you. this may include a perpetrator of a criminal offence that you’re pursuing or members of their family. this may seem relatively easy to work out, but see if you can extend your thinking a bit more to identify who might be at direct personal risk of something happening that they don’t want to happen if you continue to do what you’re doing. people who have a direct personal interest in harming people you may be working with. you may not personally be a target, but someone you’re working with might be. for example, you may be supporting a survivor who’s currently pursuing a perpetrator. the people you’re working with needs you to act in ways that don’t put them at unnecessary risk of harm either. safety should involve thinking about them too. people who have an indirect personal interest in harming you. this may be harder to work out, but could, for example, could include members of an organisation that may perceive you as a threat because you’re (say) exposing one of their members for criminal activity. some activists may find out the hard way that a perpetrator they’re pursuing is highly connected / protected at high levels of an organisation or even the police or the government. it doesn’t hurt to assume the worst and be ready for the possibility that you’ll discover you’ve made more enemies than you first guessed you might. people who have an indirect personal interest in harming people you may be working with. see above. existing people in your life unfortunately, the activist world does contain wolves in sheep’s clothing. even a person who has so far been ‘great’ could be other than what they seem. even a person who is completely kosher can be a risk if they don’t fully understand what you’re doing, can be relied upon to do what you ask about (say) keeping something you’ve told them to themselves, or have good safety plans and measures in place themselves. it’s wise to think about the extent to which you share information and with whom. new people who come into your life. meeting new people is terrific, but be aware that before you really get to know someone, you have no real idea who they are, no matter how highly recommended they may come from people you trust. don’t ignore your instinct – your gut feeling about someone can often be more reliable than you may think. even if someone feels ‘right’, you should still take a little time to really get to know them before deciding how to relate to them. people who are not in and of themselves at odds with you, but who may be an innocent liability to you under certain circumstances. this group may include non-activist friends or family members or even people you work with. they may be a risk to you simply because they know you or know things about you (e.g., where you regularly travel to and from, where you work, etc.). how you deal with this is up to you. it might involve telling these people what you’d like them to do or not do, it may involve not sharing too much of what you’re doing with them that you’d rather didn’t get passed on, or something else. it all depends. random people or things that just cause problems. sometimes, you’ll have no idea if something crappy that has happened to you was done deliberately by someone with malicious intent, or if you just got unlucky. an example might be a break-in: it may just be a straightforward crime of opportunity. another example might be getting hit by a car at a pedestrian crossing by an inattentive driver. another example might be being seriously upset by someone who’s just a horrible person with a personality disorder who makes you feel badly about yourself or deters you from what you need to do. safety here involves putting in place the kinds of measures that even non-activists do, and generally being careful in how you behave and who you associate with. psychological safety comes in here too: don’t immediately assume that something yucky that happens is directed at you. take it as a learning opportunity to improve your safety in that area, take positive steps, and keep yourself stable. scenario planning as awful as it might sound, sometimes thinking about the worst that could happen is a good way to insure (at least a bit) against the probability that it will go wrong for you. going directly to that case in your mind, and then working backwards will often help you identify things you should be doing now and how you’ll deal with it if it looks like it’s about to happen. playing through different scenarios in your mind and imagining how you’d deal with them is not just practically useful, it’s also psychologically beneficial in giving you a sense that you’re as prepared as you can be for anything that might come your way. a little role playing might even be in order to help cement in your mind what you’re going to do in a certain situation. that said, try to avoid scaring yourself to the point you give up on everything or get so bogged down in working on preventing threats that you don’t do anything else. ignore peer-pressure this is critically important. you know better than anyone what to worry about, and even if what you’re doing safety-wise is quite involved or perhaps a little odd, do it anyway. no-one really wants to look like the paranoid type, but which is worse – leaning heavily on the side of taking precautions or appearing a bit odd? try to avoid being embarrassed or pressured into doing things you don’t want to do. for example, if you’ve ever had the horrible experience of having your car tampered with (brakes cut, etc.), you might like to think about changing your driving habits if you aren’t sure you can avoid more interference with your car, which is fairly hard to avoid. this might involve (say) sticking to driving on roads with low speed limits where you’re less likely to be killed or seriously injured if your car suddenly acts up, even if that means taking longer to get somewhere. who cares if you might seem a little eccentric to some people? short of wearing a tin foil hat, there’s not much that you might do as part of your safety plan that can’t be passed off as you simply being the cautious type. know yourself, develop yourself no matter how well you plan, no matter what you’ve got in place as part of your safety plan, and no matter how much scenario planning you’ve done, eventually, you’ll encounter something you’ve never experienced before. or perhaps a slight variation on something that’s happened before, but in a new environment, so it feels new. how you respond under the pressure will depend a lot on the circumstances, but also a lot on your personality and coping style. to give just one example, do you tend towards ‘flight’ or ‘fight’ in the face of a threat? it’s a good idea to ask yourself what the answer means for your safety planning. ask yourself what you might need to do by way of personal development to ensure you respond more appropriately in a bad situation? for example, if you’re prone to becoming aggressive when confronted with a threat, that might not necessarily be appropriate – e.g., if the objective of the threat (say someone riling you up) is to provoke you into doing or saying something stupid and disproportionate to the threat that can have negative repercussions for you (e.g., reputational damage or even criminal charges). you may need to work a little on your temper and learn when it’s better to just ignore someone or walk away from them. correspondingly, if you tend to ‘run’ at the first whiff of danger, that may not always be the best thing either – for example, if you’re cornered and at risk of a physical assault, and running isn’t an option, you might like to think about doing a basic self-defence course (note, however, that you should read up on the risks associated with fighting back in certain situations). know your rights some threats / attacks are illegal. it’s helpful to have a very basic grasp of the law or to look up whether what someone or some group is doing to you involves breaking the law. you may be able to stop something continuing to happen by having the confidence that you know that what’s happening is illegal, know where to go for assistance (or who you’re going to tell), have evidence of a crime, and are ready to pursue the matter as far as it takes. this doesn’t just go for attacks from ordinary members of the public – all government officials are in some way bound by the law, even if they don’t always act consistently with that. community legal centres can be useful sources of advice and information about your rights, whether you’re dealing with the ‘authorities’ or ordinary people. websites with safety tips and strategies there’s heaps of stuff on the internet about safety. the following list of websites is by no means an exhaustive coverage of all the things you can read about to improve safety, but will give you some good ideas that you might use for your safety plan. not all have been written with the activist in mind, but are still very useful: it’s not just activists who have to think about safety! reading through this information will almost certainly also help you think of other things you can do that you might not find on the internet. safety tips for ritual abuse survivors link: http://endritualabuse.org/activism/safety-tips-for-ritual-abuse-survivors/ comment: while this advice is specifically designed for ritual abuse survivors, it appears to contain some very useful tips for personal safety, including some great advice for avoiding being ‘suicided’. there’s also a good list at the end with even more potentially helpful websites to read. maximising personal safety link: https://survivorship.org/maximizing-personal-safety/ comment: while this too is written for ritual abuse survivors, there’s what looks like useful information in here for any activist. the discussion on safety relating to phones, your home, and your car, emails, and documentation has some good pointers in it. there’s also some astute advice for avoiding always assuming that something bad that is happening is anything but random bad luck – this is important for psychological safety. communicating with others link: https://ssd.eff.org/en/playlist/activist-or-protester#communicating-others comment: this is an excellent resource for electronic communications safety written by the electronic frontier foundation. it’s a bit technical in places, but overall it’s easy to read and understand. personal safety for women link: https://www.qld.gov.au/emergency/safety/personal-safety-women.html comment: what’s said here about personal safety for women obviously applies to men as well as women. the page covers personal safety at home, in your car, and on public transport. 10 rules for dating safety link: http://www.sheknows.com/love-and-sex/articles/814219/10-rules-for-dating-safety-1 comment: even though this article was written to help women be safer on dates, it has generally useful information on personal safety, which could be particularly helpful for meeting with new people. stalking safety planning link: https://www.victimsofcrime.org/our-programs/stalking-resource-center/help-for-victims/stalking-safety-planning comment: although this page has been created to help people being stalked in a ‘standard’ stalker scenario, it is generally helpful for anyone looking to enhance their personal safety. guarding against robbery and assault link: http://mpdc.dc.gov/page/guarding-against-robbery-and-assault comment: this is a generic page for advice on avoiding or dealing with robbery and assault. there’s some very useful and practical information about comporting yourself more safely on streets. smart traveller link: https://smartraveller.gov.au/ comment: although written with the overseas traveller in mind, this website has some very good ideas about personal safety. staying safe: security resources for human rights defenders link: https://www.newtactics.org/staying-safe-security-resources-human-rights-defenders/staying-safe-security-resources-human-rights comment: this is an excellent overview piece about safety for human rights activists. it shows the importance of flexibility in thinking about safety. it also has links to some other great pages on safety. activist security resources link: http://www.activistrights.org.au/handbook/ch01s08s03.php comment: this is a fantastic page with a wealth of information about activist safety. it has several links to websites with very detailed information about activist safety, including ways of thinking about safety, all of which should be scanned for ideas. most of the links also contain links to even more resources. google ‘personal safety devices’, ‘personal safety technology’, etc. comment: there’s a huge amount of gadgets and tools you can purchase that can help you achieve your safety goals, ranging from very cheap to very expensive products, with a huge variation in attributes. searching for specific things like ‘personal safety alarms’, etc., will most likely take you to commercial websites – have a look and see what’s available – new technology is being made available every year. scout around for things that you think might be helpful, and research products well before purchasing. consider speaking with law enforcement or specialist security professionals for advice as well. kind regards, aletha blayse share this:emailreddittumblrlinkedingoogletwitterprintpinterestfacebookpocketlike this:like loading... posted in uncategorized | tagged aletha blayse, australian royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse, lewin blazevich, lewis blayse, safety | 3 comments child abuse royal commission case study 25 (or: a few thoughts about redress) posted on march 20, 2015 by lewisblayse what this post is about the australian royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse will hold a public hearing in sydney (level 17, governor macquarie tower, 1 farrer place, sydney) next week, from wednesday 25 march 2015 until friday 27 march. the purpose of the hearing is to enable invited persons and institutions to speak to their written submissions to the royal commission’s consultation paper on redress and civil litigation. following this public hearing, the royal commission will issue its final report on redress and civil litigation by mid‑2015. in what follows is something i wrote and sent off to the royal commission a little while ago with some general thoughts about the issue of redress, which i hope will be considered in relation to the consultation paper on redress and civil litigation released by the royal commission. obviously, i’ve written and spoken a fair bit about redress, compensation, or whatever you want to call it, elsewhere. the following piece is an attempt to look at the issue from different angles that may possibly not have been encapsulated in things i’ve said elsewhere. in addition to the stimulus of the royal commission, i thank a dear friend who helped in the development of my written thoughts by agreeing to play the helpful role of ‘devil’s advocate’ when i was attempting to express my views on the subject verbally and quite clumsily. her sharp, incisive mind and much-appreciated willingness to ask me hard questions and push me to think about things from a variety of perspectives have always proved a great balance to my more emotional and sometimes a bit fuzzy way of looking at the world, and did so this time round, as always. thanks, k 🙂 ] ______________________________________________________________ my remarks “there can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way it treats its children.” (nelson mandela) there is another keen revelation of a society’s soul in the way it treats adults whom society has failed as children. failed to protect. failed to nurture. failed to provide every opportunity for growth into a strong, resilient, confident, healthy, and productive member of society. in many cases, crippled, psychologically destroyed, or cruelly limited. a society that doesn’t care for such adults properly is not one that can call itself civilised. upon a person reaching the age of 18, most societies suddenly become somewhat harsh towards that human being. there is a tacit assumption that childhood has prepared the person for the wilderness, the complexity, and difficulties of adult life. in the case of those abused as children, this preparation has often not occurred. in a way, true and meaningful childhood has never really been experienced by those abused as children. thinking of it that way, there is an unfinished job, and one that we ignore at our peril. the job for a society that has failed to protect a child from abuse is to restart the clock, go back in time, and get it as right as it is possible to get it right, whatever the age of the adult survivor. the adult survivor must be given the same treatment that should have been provided in childhood – safety, security, the opportunity to safely make (repeated) mistakes as he or she learns and grows, assistance to develop his or her full potential, guidance in knowing how to have healthy and safe relationships with others, and the knowledge of how to live balanced, productive, and stable lives, among other things that may be missing. we allow 18 years for development of a child before we say, for the most part, “off you go. you’re on your own, kid.” at a minimum, we should therefore allow 18 years for development and support of an adult society failed in childhood. longer, in fact, because there is also often the need to first undo damage done, such as to help a survivor unlearn maladaptive coping strategies he or she may have adopted or overcome limitations such as poor sleep, anxiety, trust problems, and so on, before going on to help a survivor navigate through life as strong and resilient an adult as possible. longer, in fact, because the effects of abuse may re-emerge repeatedly throughout life as a person reaches different life stages and challenges. think about a child learning to walk. we allow the child to stumble and fall and get up again as many times as it takes before the child learns to walk without falling. adult survivors must be given the freedom and financial and other forms of security to stumble, fall, and get up again too. institutions must bear the responsibility and costs of multiple attempts by survivors to grow strong, if necessary. if we truly love children unreservedly, and give them space and time to learn and grow, so we must love the adults they become unreservedly, and without time limits or restrictions on their progress towards achievement of their fullest potential. anyone who has loved or loves a survivor cannot fail to feel this way. in the popular fictional television programme ‘cold case’, which is about police investigations of very old criminal cases, adult characters’ faces morph into younger faces as the viewer is taken back in time to when the crime occurred. as a teenager, when my father ran the support group formerly in children’s homes (fich), long before i watched this programme, i experienced something similar to the experience of watching this programme. in the faces of abuse survivors of many ages, from middle-aged to elderly, particularly when they spoke of their childhoods, i saw starkly, in many cases, the faces of children behind the adults’ faces. bewildered children. frightened children. this is not to say that the members of the group were not extraordinary people, and it is not to infantilise them or suggest that they did not possess great strengths and abilities or to dismiss the often extraordinary achievements of their lives. it is merely to make the point that no person without compassion for his or her fellow human beings cannot fail to look into the face of a survivor, see the child that was, and wish, fervently, to go back in time, shield the child who was not shielded, nurture that child, and make things right. if we love our children, if we believe that children are our future, if we believe that a child raised in a safe and loving environment will go on to better our society and is worth investing in without limit, so must we love and invest in those who missed out on what should have been taken for granted, and do whatever it takes to make things right for them now. justice delayed is justice denied – survivors need help now the imperative to provide adequate redress is urgent. my father died before achieving true justice. he died nearly 25 years after first informing broader society of what happened in australia’s forgotten australians. this was a personal tragedy for him. it is a personal tragedy for those still living who are still to see any form of redress at all. i suggest to the royal commission and any other governmental agency following its progress that while it is important to get redress right, there is also a need for an emergency response now, while working out more details later. the immediate and pressing needs of survivors exist now, and can’t wait to be addressed until possibly years before the royal commission’s recommendations are or are not implemented by whatever government is in power. the longer it is before the needs of survivors are addressed, the more the damage to survivors compounds, the more likely it is that survivors will die before seeing justice or getting a chance at a better life, and the more likely it is that families of deceased survivors will have to live with the pain of never having seen their loved ones see justice and experience the peace and healing that only true justice and care can deliver. at the bare minimum, governments need to ensure provision of unlimited, free counselling to survivors with any provider of their choice. they will need this to participate in any redress scheme that may come out of the royal commission anyway, because participation in it will be, in many cases, extremely difficult in its own way, whether because it means having to revisit past traumas, speak to strangers about abuses suffered, or other factors. other health needs must be addressed just as urgently. in addition to mental health needs, survivors often have serious physical health problems that are compounding daily in their effects on the bodies of survivors. the promised gold card for forgotten australians still hasn’t been delivered, causing enormous distress to those whose hopes were raised and dashed. it would be good to see it delivered not just for forgotten australians, but all survivors. the need to talk benefits not just costs – language matters redress should not be framed as involving a cost to society. it is vital that it doesn’t, particularly in an economic and political environment in which governments are looking to cut costs and avoid commitments to new expenditures. i am slightly disappointed in the actuarial modelling commissioned for the royal commission in the sense an opportunity was missed to perform thorough research firmly grounded in economic modelling best practice to show both costs and benefits. economic modelling that i believe would have demonstrated, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that redress is not really a matter of cost, but rather a matter of investment, an investment that would yield multiple returns per dollar expended. while some survivors reach great heights in society, whether publicly or privately, in terms of what they contribute to society’s wellbeing, i believe that they could all contribute even more if they were cared for properly, properly compensated, and given the opportunity to show what they could have been were their childhoods not scarred by abuse. the benefits to society would accrue in the form of things such as higher gross domestic products per annum, increased tax revenues, reduced welfare expenditure, second and third generations less negatively affected by caregivers’ childhood abuses, and stronger and more resilient communities, among other things. some of these things can be quantified quite easily, some less easily, but they can be quantified. i hope the royal commission or some other body will at some stage endeavour to re-examine the approach that has been taken to modelling redress by performing a thorough cost-benefit analysis of redress. i would like to see some estimation of the cost of not properly compensating and caring for victims and their families. it may mean the difference between the royal commission’s recommendations being accepted or rejected, particularly if the economic environment in a few years from now is even worse than it is now. redress is not a one-off thing – it should be a lifelong commitment to meeting the needs of survivors i believe strongly that any concept of redress must involve lifelong commitment to the needs of survivors if we are to be consistent about our belief in the worth of nurturing and protecting people through childhood. and no, it doesn’t matter that we are talking about quite different time periods when we think about raising a child properly and fixing things for a child who was not. yes, from one, somewhat brutal standpoint, society has more years to enjoy the fruits of a young adult who’s been raised well throughout childhood, but it would be not only brutal but fallacious to assume that just because an adult survivor may only have a fraction of the years ahead of them than that of an 18-year-old, they necessarily have less to offer, less to contribute. even if we think about the case of, say, a survivor who, for the sake of argument, is so badly damaged by what happened in childhood that they may never re-join the workforce, or may be too old to do so, but who is helped, this person still has something to offer, even if it’s in the ability to share the wisdom of his or her experiences and help younger generations flourish in ways that the survivor did not. before my father died, for example, he used to speak excitedly about how he planned to help his grandchild’s language development by ensuring that he learned his latin roots early on in his studies. had my father lived longer, he would have helped another human being reach even greater heights than this child will already reach. he’d also have finished a least one of his many ambitious personal projects, one of which was a thorough work on the growing of fruits, vegetables, and herbs, a project he embarked upon following frustration at the lack of any definitive, thorough, or completely accurate growers’ guide for amateur gardeners. when an implicit social contract is broken, the full costs must be paid children cannot generally enter into legal contracts. yet, in a way, society enters into something of an implicit contract with a newborn baby. we say, in a way, to that baby that we will teach, guide, nurture, and generally prepare him or her for adulthood. at the very minimum, we warrant that we will protect the baby from harm throughout ensuing infancy and childhood. institutions are often quite unabashed in making such promises. those comprising groups such as forgotten australians lived through a time when society was being told quite baldly by institutions that these children were being cared for by people who would not only not harm them, but also help them become the best they could be. money flowed accordingly to these institutions, whether from imposts upon parents, donations from the public, contributions from the taxpayer, or the profits from children exploited through child slave labour horribly repackaged as some sort of noble exercise in preparing children for adult life. promises of this type continue to be made by institutions, often most explicitly by those who profit the most from the business of helping to raise children. i drive regularly past a quite crude billboard in my area advertising a private girls’ school that boasts some ridiculously high rate of academic achievement – the billboard quotes the percentage of girls who obtain an op score (a score of academic achievement used to determine entry to tertiary study in queensland, australia) of better than 5 (a rank that admits young people to most courses preparing them for lives as, generally, high-earning professionals). another tawdry billboard depicts a beaming young model in the school’s uniform with the accompanying caption “aspiring oncologist.” the promises are thinly veiled. we allow children to be processed through the foster system, which also involves payment of money to carers, on the promise that where they end up is safe and conducive to the production of strong, untraumatised, resilient adults. those who send their children to public schools pay taxes that contribute to the education and development of their children. i could give many more examples, but hopefully the point is made. institutions, including governments, that have made an implicit social contract with a child to do him or her no harm, and provide an environment in which that child may thrive, but that have failed to do so, have a responsibility to do whatever it takes to make the contract good. they can’t run and hide when the child who’s been failed turns up again as a struggling adult. make the polluters pay “we have a responsibility as a state to protect our most vulnerable citizens: our children, seniors, people with disabilities. that is our moral obligation. but there is an economic justification too – we all pay when the basic needs of our citizens are unmet.” (john lynch) redress must involve, at a minimum, payment of the full costs of the consequences of abuse to survivors and those who support them or whose lives are otherwise affected by the abuse survivors suffered. we need to ask: what are the costs of not having forced institutions to pay for what they have done; who is currently bearing these costs; and is the ‘burden’ (i place inverted commas around this term because i am conscious of its possible perception that i am saying that loving someone who’s been abused is all about pain) being distributed fairly? because those costs are already being borne by someone, least often and indeed disgustingly poorly, by responsible institutions. obviously, costs are usually been borne with love and compassion by those who care for survivors, but that doesn’t mean carers’ needs and the needs of other people in survivors’ lives don’t matter and that their losses, if they have occurred, don’t matter, and it doesn’t mean that these people shouldn’t be compensated too. and, just as obviously, survivors will be doing the best they can, but in most cases could do so much better if they had not been abused or if their needs as adults had been met much earlier than the typical 20-year-plus time it takes for them to even think much about the abuse they suffered or to understand even partially the effects it has had upon them. and, for the rest of society, we need to understand that there’s a cost too – a cost in the form of lost potential not just of the survivor but also often of others in the penumbra of people around the survivor. this may be in the form of a ‘deadweight loss’ to society – a cost that no-one can recover. this also leads me, incidentally, to the point that unless the full cost, the true cost, of abuse by an institution is forced back upon the institution, we have a problem of incentive. yes, criminal sanctions are critical, but they must exist in tandem with economic sanctions, since so many institutions care most about their financial bottom lines. redress in the arena of only a few hundred thousand dollars simply doesn’t come close to meeting the types of losses i have calculated to have been incurred by survivors i have known, or the losses of their families. we say “make the polluters pay.” why should institutions be any different? redress set at ridiculously low levels (anything below around half a million dollars is unlikely to come close to the average losses involved in a single instance of child abuse, if my admittedly limited observations are representative of a greater whole) doesn’t meet this objective of making those responsible bear the costs. worse, it raises the ugly possibility of institutions simply building in small and predictable redress payments as part of their ongoing costs of doing business, and as part of what might harshly be described as a policy of ‘manageable and acceptable fault rates’ (i.e., child abuse victims), frequent protestations by most institutions of having “zero tolerance” for child abuse notwithstanding. it is much better that they should have to face the possibility of potentially extremely large payments in the future if they don’t get things right. if the threat of criminal sanctions, if moral considerations, if love and respect for children and other things that are supposed to stop them letting children get hurt aren’t working, perhaps the looming threat of insolvency or enormous costs in the future may finally get their attention? fairness to institutions? in recent discussions with a senior member of the salvation army in australia, i was told that i needed to have regard to “organisational resources” in payments to victims. i snapped back that if the total cost inflicted upon society from an institution’s failure to protect children was greater than its organisational resources, perhaps it didn’t have a moral right to exist anymore. i didn’t add at the time, but should have, that this was even more compelling, to my mind, if the institution had had decades to get things right but had failed to do so. a stich in time saves nine. if the costs of redress are high, institutions have only themselves to blame, and if insolvency is the outcome of making things right, so be it. there are institutions that haven’t abused children on the scale of those institutions whose failings are now getting to be quite well known. if proper redress to victims means the ultimate dissolution of the institution responsible, society won’t lose out. there are plenty of organisations doing what culpable institutions call ‘good works’ that don’t hurt children and haven’t done so. let resources flow to them. the quantum of ‘good works’ occurring in our society will remain in line with the goodwill, charitable impulses, and giving ability of people who haven’t much time to do such ‘good works’ but would like to pay something to see others do them. abusing institutions that fall back on ‘good works’ defences want us to forget this. let’s not. all abuse matters as a final note, i would like to state the hope that the royal commission will at least remark upon the need to offer redress to all victims of child abuse, not only those who experienced sexual abuse. while the terms of reference may limit the royal commission in what it can recommend, it is free i think to comment upon matters outside its scope, and anything it may say about the need to compensate survivors and their families in situations of all types of child abuse would be influential. aletha blayse share this:emailreddittumblrlinkedingoogletwitterprintpinterestfacebookpocketlike this:like loading... posted in uncategorized | tagged aletha blayse, australian royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse, children's homes, cold case, economic arguments, forgotten australians, formerly in children's homes, foster system, gold card, good works defence, good works defense, lewis blayse, moral arguments, redress, social contract | 8 comments david shoebridge’s 3-point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse (or: tear down those walls) posted on march 19, 2015 by lewisblayse new south wales parliamentarian (right): “i’m thinking of voting against the nsw greens’ 3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse. what do you think?” political adviser (left): “i think that would be a most … courageous … decision.” a lazy post today. indeed, it is little more than a replication of a media release put out by new south wales greens parliamentarian, david shoebridge, yesterday, about a three-point package of reforms designed to better conditions for victims of child sexual abuse. i’ve done so because although the media has given it some coverage, it deserves to be acknowledged and publicised as widely as possible. there’s really nothing to add to what has already been said in the media release, reproduced below. it says it perfectly. _____________________________________________________________ 3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse media release 19 march 2015 the nsw greens have today released a 3 point reform package to better serve and support victims and survivors of past child sexual abuse in their pursuit of civil and criminal justice.  this reform package was designed in consultation with victims, support groups, lawyers and other stakeholders. for further detail please see the attached media release (150319 mb justice greens nsw launch 3 point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse). remove time limits for victims’ civil damages claims the royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse has found that the average time to report child sexual abuse is over 20 years.  yet the law in nsw requires civil compensation claims to be brought within 3 years after a person turns 18.  these timeframes are grossly out of step.  the nsw greens have drafted the limitation amendment (child abuse) bill 2014 to remove the time limit for civil claims by victims of child sexual abuse.  victoria and many other jurisdictions in the us, canada and europe have implemented these reforms.  nsw victims deserve no less.  1. bring sentencing for past child abusers into the 21st century modern day nsw courts are forced by precedent to sentence perpetrators of child sexual abuse as if they were the court at the time of the offence – which might be 40 years ago.  in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s, when many offences occurred, society had a flawed view that child sexual abuse was a less serious crime, and historically courts gave much more lenient sentences.  applying these flawed values in sentencing today brings the justice system into disrepute and disrespects victims.  the greens are proposing amendments to nsw sentencing legislation to fix this. 2. stop churches hiding their money in trusts victims of child sexual abuse by clergy or officials of the catholic and other churches must have a right to seek redress from the organisation that abused them.  but many churches’ property is held in property trusts that shield its money from victims’ claims – the ‘ellis defence’.  this artificial legal structure cannot be permitted to continue to deny legitimate claims by victims of abuse.  the nsw greens have drafted the roman catholic church trust property amendment (justice for victims) bill 2014 to allow victims to sue the property trusts on behalf of the catholic church, removing the ‘ellis defence’.  the reform should then be extended to other organisations. nsw greens mp and justice spokesperson david shoebridge mlc said: “case after case has come out of the royal commission involving the criminal sexual abuse of children dating as far back as the 1950s, and it’s not enough to just wring our hands and say we’ll try harder in the future. “those children are now adult survivors of child abuse, and their path to justice is still strewn with obstacles. “we can and should change the law going forward, but there are barriers facing victims of past child abuse that must be removed to deliver justice now. limitation period  “it is unacceptable that nsw law requires victims to make any claims for damages by age 21 when we know that it often takes decades for survivors of child sexual abuse even to tell anyone about it.  “nsw parliament cannot stand by while organisations that allowed children to be abused hide behind the statute of limitations to defeat legitimate claims by victims of child sexual abuse.  2. sentencing  “it is unacceptable that the law is telling judges to sentence child sexual abusers based on the flawed and uninformed community attitudes of the 1960s or 1970s.  “of course judges must apply the law from the time the offence occurred, but the range of sentences must be informed by what the community now knows about the damaging impact of child abuse, not past unenlightened views. “without this sentencing reform judges are bound by common law to continue to deliver unjustly short sentences for historical child abuse. “the community can’t have faith in a justice system that has to pretend it’s in the dark ages to sentence child abusers from the 1960s or 70s – judges should represent the community of today not 40 years ago.  3. the ellis defence “why should the community accept that the catholic church cannot be sued and that it doesn’t exist in the eyes of the law – of course it exists, of course it has assets, and if it has caused harm, it should be able to be sued. “a law that quarantines an organisation’s wealth from legitimate claims by victims is itself an abuse.  parliament has the power to change that, and where an organisation is at fault, it should pay,” mr shoebridge said. media contact: david shoebridge  0408 113 952 or (02) 9230 3030 david shoebridge greens mp in the nsw legislative council p: (02) 9230 3030 t: @shoebridgemlc sign up to stay in touch at davidshoebridge.org.au/sign-up nsw parliament house, macquarie street sydney nsw, 2000 australia ___________________________________________________________ one hopes for a packed gallery in the nsw parliament at the appropriate time. as one astute person explained to me today, in words to this effect, there is considerable power in members of the public supporting reforms such as these actually turning up to parliament, sitting in the gallery, and eye-balling members of parliament who may be inclined to vote against much-needed legislation. these reforms are urgently needed, and, as noted in the release, will ultimately benefit not just victims of the catholic church, but those of other institutions as well, such as the salvation army. although this package is, by necessity, confined to new south wales, it is highly relevant to people in other australian states and the territories. if the greens’ legislation goes through in new south wales, hopefully it will be followed by successful introduction of similar packages in other jurisdictions. aletha blayse [postscript: fans of yes, minister and yes, prime minister would ‘get’ the reference in the picture above, but for those who’ve yet to experience the great pleasure of these television series, the dialogue is a reference to bureaucrat, sir humphrey appleby (pictured left talking with (prime) minister, jim hacker to his right), imparting an important lesson to his young protege, bernard woolley: sir humphrey: “if you want to be really sure that the minister doesn’t accept it, you must say the decision is “courageous”. bernard: “and that’s worse than “controversial”?” sir humphrey: “oh, yes! “controversial” only means “this will lose you votes”. courageous” means “this will lose you the election”!” the point is this: in addition to people turning up to parliament at the appropriate time, extremely vocal, visible, and early expressions of public support for the 3-point reform package would be welcome to demonstrate to fence-sitting or potentially hostile parliamentarians (and their advisers) that the public wants these changes, and won’t forget any sitting member who doesn’t support the package … particularly at election time. what’s your local mp got to say on the subject?]. read more here: nsw election 2015: greens announce plan to toughen child sex abuse laws greens want reforms for child sex abuse share this:emailreddittumblrlinkedingoogletwitterprintpinterestfacebookpocketlike this:like loading... posted in uncategorized | tagged aletha blayse, catholic church, child sexual abuse, david shoebridge, ellis defence, john ellis, limitation amendment (child abuse) bill 2014, nsw greens, property trusts, royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse, salvation army, sentencing, the roman catholic church trust property amendment (justice for victims) bill 2014, trusts, yes minister, yes prime minister | 2 comments australian adelaide archbishop philip wilson charged (or: touchdown!) posted on march 17, 2015 by lewisblayse image: archbishop philip wilson being chauffeur-driven away from the catholic archdiocese of adelaide yesterday (source: herald sun, 17 march, 2015). [author’s note: is that a rolex, phil? might wanna pawn it, babe; ian temby qc don’t come cheap, and i hear pope francis is on some sort of economy drive or something, new vatican ‘financial czar’ cardinal george pell’s embarrassing shopaholism notwithstanding.] for a tiny country at the ass-end of the world, australia occasionally punches well above its weight. it did so yesterday, making world headlines in the process. in a day that may just end up, in years to come, overshadowing the anniversaries of other australian world firsts such as the much-celebrated invention of cask wine, adelaide archbishop philip wilson (pictured above) was yesterday formally charged with a “charge of concealing a serious indictable offence” (the australian, 17 march, 2015). as stated in the australian newspaper (17 march, 2015), wilson is “the most senior catholic official worldwide to face court over a criminal allegation of this type.” briefly, the charges relate to wilson’s response to (deceased) priest jim fletcher, who sexually abused several children, and wilson’s alleged failure to report fletcher to the police. [see ‘read more here’ below for more information]. naturally, and as predictably emphasised by the catholic church hierarchy and its supporters, the presumption of innocence applies to archbishop wilson, who denies the allegations made against him. he may be found to be as innocent as the children fletcher abused. time will tell, but hopefully not too much time. forty years or so have already elapsed. wilson is due to first appear in court on 30 april this year. while wilson’s colleague, archbishop denis (‘go to hell, bitch’) hart, the archbishop of melbourne and the president of the australian catholic bishops conference, has said, “i hope that this matter will be resolved without undue delay,” one hopes for the sake of fletcher’s victims, and not for the catholic church, which has the funds of the vatican bank to help bankroll a long trial if wilson can’t get a good deal on his possessions at cash converters, that the court proceedings won’t descend into a horrible, drawn-out ordeal for victims and their families. one also hopes that, perhaps at some point during the coming trial, if not now, someone a bit higher up in the catholic church hierarchy might have the decency to force archbishop wilson to stand down from his position until the matter is resolved, rather than allow him to maintain his current ‘leave of absence’. anyway, non-sports-fans in oz rarely have occasion to feel remotely jingoistic about this country, but yesterday was an exception. the laying of charges, whatever happens from now, against wilson marks a significant turning point in the ‘war’ against child abuse in australia and elsewhere. it shows that australia has finally moved beyond rounding up the smaller fry, and is prepared to move against people much higher up in the ranks of institutions with unpardonable practices in failing to protect children over decades. one hopes this is only the beginning. yesterday was also significant because the australian royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse also handed down quite damning findings about the salvation army in relation to four boys’ ‘homes’ run by the salvation army in new south wales and queensland, hopefully delivering at least a little comfort to the organisation’s victims. as good as it is to see salvation army victims of these ‘homes’ get official recognition of their awful suffering, that can’t be the end of this particular chapter in australian history either. in particular, there’s another ‘big man’ i’d dearly like to see charged soon too – australian salvation army eastern territorial head, ‘commissioner’ james (‘jimmy’) condon – in relation to alleged child abuser colin haggar and condon’s response to haggar’s appalling revelations (see here for more on this). more on this and the royal commission’s findings about the salvation army another day, when time permits a thorough examination and discussion of the findings. for now, though, to the various people who made yesterday’s momentous day happen: aussie, aussie, aussie, oi, oi, oi! may you finally see justice – and soon. image: archbishop philip wilson, chatting last year to a journo about tram travel, easter eggs, and (cask?) wine (source: adelaide now, 16 april, 2014). [author’s note: wilson said last year, “people are very generous to me, people do give me easter eggs. i do get a lot of bottles of wine, too. they understand that wine is a better recipe for a diabetic than easter eggs!” i’m sure australian prisons cater to diabetics, but i’m not sure if easter eggs or wine (even on saint patrick’s day) are dispensed to inmates as a matter of course. if wilson is “disappointed” now, sadly, he may be in for some more disappointments if he gets the maximum 2-year custodial sentence following a successful conviction.] aletha blayse [postscript: there is absolutely no truth to the rumour that a flushed prime minister tony abbott was overheard to exclaim in the early hours of this morning, following consumption of a large quantity of green cask wine, that, “any boss who sacks  any catholic-clergy abuse victim for not turning up today is a bum.”] read more here: adelaide archbishop philip wilson charged with concealing child sex abuse. adelaide archbishop philip wilson charged with concealing sex abuse. archbishop ‘concealed’ child sex abuse. archbishop charged with concealing sex abuse. archbishop of adelaide charged over concealing children’s sex abuse. archbishop of adelaide charged with concealing sex abuse. archbishop of adelaide philip wilson could face two years jail over charges of concealing sex abuse. archbishop philip wilson becomes world’s most senior catholic charged with concealing child abuse. archbishop philip wilson: i didn’t hide child sex abuse. archbishop wilson charged with concealing abuse. australia archbishop charged with concealing sex abuse. australian archbishop charged for failing to report abuse. australian archbishop charged with concealing child abuse by fellow priest. australian archbishop criminally charged with covering up child sex abuse. cardinal george pell slammed for lavish spending. catholic archbishop charged for hiding pedophile priest. catholic archbishop of adelaide charged over failing to report child sex abuse. catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson charged with concealing child sex abuse. catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson charged with concealing child sex abuse. catholic archbishop of adelaide philip wilson charged with failing to report child abuse by colleague in 1970s. late paedophile priest james patrick fletcher’s crime continue to hurt catholic church. on the tram with adelaide’s archbishop philip wilson. one of australia’s most senior archbishops has been charged with covering up child sex abuse. sa archbishop disappointed at charge. sa archbishop to fight concealment charge. senior australian cleric charged with cover-up of abuse by priest in 1970s. the archbishop of adelaide charged with concealing child sex abuse during his time in maitland 40 years ago. share this:emailreddittumblrlinkedingoogletwitterprintpinterestfacebookpocketlike this:like loading... posted in uncategorized | tagged adelaide archbishop, aletha blayse, archbishop denis hart, archbishop of adelaide, archbishop of melbourne, archbishop philip wilson, australian (catholic) bishops’ conference, australian royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse, cask wine, catholic church, colin haggar, easter eggs, george pell, ian temby qc, james condon, jim fletcher, melbourne archbishop, paedophiles, pedophiles, pope francis, saint patrick’s day, salvation army, tony abbott, vatican bank | 2 comments bilgrimage article on a us inquiry into child abuse posted on november 4, 2014 by lewisblayse dear reader, please click on this link to read an article i wrote recently for the american blog bilgrimage on why president obama should conduct an inquiry in the united states similar to the australian royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse. kind regards, aletha blayse web: http://www.lewisblayse.net web: http://www.whiteshieldappeal.org twitter: @alethabe share this:emailreddittumblrlinkedingoogletwitterprintpinterestfacebookpocketlike this:like loading... posted in uncategorized | tagged aletha blayse, australian royal commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse, barack obama, bilgrimage | leave a comment victims and lawyers (or: he who pays the piper …) posted on september 9, 2014 by lewisblayse some form of legal representation is an excellent idea when negotiating with institutions who’ve harmed you. there are, however, certain difficulties that may arise. while the majority of the legal profession may act completely ethically, unfortunately there will always be rogue operators who do not necessarily act in the best interests of their clients in dealing with institutions responsible for child abuse. lawyers owe a duty of care to their clients. while there are many fine lawyers who act for people engaging in compensation negotiations with institutions, sadly, not all act in ideal ways. over the years, i’ve heard of instances in which lawyers / law firms have engaged in conduct such as:    overcharging. ‘talking big’ at the beginning of the relationship, before a retainer agreement is signed, and then pursuing the client for fees when the client refuses to accept an offer from an institution that is substantially lower than the sort of outcome discussed in the ‘honeymoon period’ in which the lawyer is signing the client up. in some cases, clients have even ended up worse off than they were before they signed up the lawyer because the lawyer has not been able to achieve a better outcome than what the institution initially offered, but the client has ended up with less because they have to pay the lawyer’s fees out of the settlement! consciously or unconsciously acting more in the interests of the institution than the client.  conscious conduct may include receiving financial payments from institutions in out-of-court negotiations to convince clients that the maximum payout achievable is what the institution is offering, when in fact a court settlement may well lead to a far higher payout.  unconscious conduct may occur when a lawyer has had or intends to have ongoing dealings with an institution, and is less than ideally vigorous in pursuance of their client’s interests. this may be because at the back of their mind is a desire to maintain relatively harmonious relationships with the institution and its legal representatives to facilitate easier dealings in the future. this problem may only become apparent when the client becomes more assertive with the lawyer when resisting acceptance of a low payout from an institution and is pressured into accepting it.  engaging in conduct designed to manipulate the client into accepting a low offer from an institution. for example, years ago, i spoke with a man who’d engaged a solicitor on ‘spec’. this man was in a dire financial situation. the solicitor lent him money from her own reserves to ‘tide him over’ until a satisfactory settlement was obtained from the institution. when a ridiculously low offer was made by the institution (much lower than anticipated) and this man refused to accept it, the solicitor became very pushy about the man accepting the offer so she could be paid back. he ended up accepting it because he valued his good name (he was in business) and was afraid that she would speak negatively about him as a person who reneged on his debts. when engaging a lawyer or law firm, you should be aware of your rights and keep your eyes wide open. don’t be afraid to ask questions. don’t be afraid to talk about what you expect from your lawyer. consult widely and speak to a number of lawyers before settling upon one. talk to other people who’ve had dealings with the lawyer or law firm you’re considering retaining and see what they have to say about outcomes received. examine the retainer agreement you’re given and if you don’t understand anything in it, or want to change something in it, don’t be afraid to raise this with the lawyer. resistance to a reasonable request may be an early warning sign that you’re not going to have a good outcome with this lawyer or firm.   remember: your lawyer / law firm is there to act in your best interests; not their own, and not those of others! finally, if you encounter a problem of any of the types outlined above, or just want a bit of guidance, there are bodies / resources that exist to help you. for more information, see these links: new south wales: the law society of new south wales – “making a complaint about a solicitor”.  the office of the legal services commissioner.  queensland: queensland law society – “what to do if you have concerns about your solicitor”.  the legal services commission – “complaints”.  victoria: the law institute of victoria. the legal services commissioner of victoria – “complaints”.  tasmania: the law society of tasmania – “public info”.  legal professional board of tasmania – “making a complaint”.  western australia: the law society of western australia.  the legal practice board of western australia – “legal profession complaints committee (lpcc)”.  south australia: the law society of south australia – “community”.  northern territory: the law society northern territory – “make a complaint”.  the australian capital territory: the law society of the act – “making a complaint”.  aletha blayse web: http://www.lewisblayse.net web: http://www.whiteshieldappeal.org twitter: @alethabe please sign the petition: help obtain justice for lewis blayse from the salvation army. share this:emailreddittumblrlinkedingoogletwitterprintpinterestfacebookpocketlike this:like loading... posted in uncategorized | 2 comments daddy’s day (or: the suffering must end now) posted on september 6, 2014 by lewisblayse it’s father’s day today. in our family, we’ve always called it daddy’s day. there’s a fridge magnet on my father’s fridge that says, “anyone can be a father. it takes someone special to be a daddy.” my brother, sister and i always called my father “daddy.” it was one of the ways we tried to communicate to him how much we loved him and how precious he was to us. for me, it was my way of reminding him that i treasured every minute of my life with him, and still loved him as unreservedly and completely in adulthood as i did when i was a little girl and he was the brightest light in my life. i loved daddy’s day so much. it was the only day of the year that my father didn’t make a fuss about being given anything or tell his kids that we shouldn’t have spent any money on him.   my father’s life was not easy. it was never going to be. the damage done was too great. he woke every day of his life in terror thinking he was still in the alkira / indooroopilly salvation army boys’ home. he told me about this around eight years ago. i tried to break whatever terrible loop was still going on his mind decades after his abuse by being ready at the prearranged time every day for the seven years i lived with him with a cup of coffee, a knock on his door, and the most cheerful “hey daddy, would you like a cup of coffee?” i could muster. i didn’t know what else to do. it was futile, but it was something. the day before my father died, the television crew from the abc had come up and filmed and interviewed him. my father was ecstatic when they’d left. he had lost hope that he’d ever achieve justice from the salvation army. his hope had sprung anew. he believed, and he was right to do so, that the salvation army only ever did anything remotely good for people when its reputation (and thereby its money) were at stake – when people were watching. he felt that with the spotlight on the organisation once more, there was a chance again at real justice. and not just for him, but for all the home boys, and all the others. these things flow on, he said. if he could achieve proper compensation, he’d shout it from the rooftops, whether or not he signed a confidentiality agreement (“let the bastards try and sue me – they couldn’t!” he said one night), and all the other institutions (and government) would have to follow suit, or be seen to be left behind. we bought a bottle of non-alcoholic wine at the iga, ready for the day we’d crack it open and celebrate. he wanted $3.3 million from the salvation army. $100,000 for each year of the 33 years he was unable to work due to profound disability emanating from the multiple traumas he experienced at alkira. i’d spent quite a few years talking with my father about his low expectations and low self-esteem. i only ever approached the topic gently, primarily because i didn’t want him to have a new thing to feel badly about himself and also because although we had a fairly frank way of speaking with each other, there’s only so far i felt it appropriate for a daughter to speak to a father about his way of looking at the world. i backed away completely from the topic after one bad day when he told me how stupid he felt at having signed away his rights to go after the salvation army for a mere $30,000 – approximately $1,000 for each year in which he was unable to work – around $3/day. when he told me weeks before he died that he was going to go back to the salvation army again and demand the justice he truly deserved, i was pretty ecstatic too. i’d suspected he might say this after all the posts he’d been writing about the salvation army, but it was still a great surprise, and a happy one. because it meant he’d finally shucked off the shame and self-blame he’d lived with for most of his adult life, and had stopped blaming himself and calling himself stupid for what had happened with peter farthing. because his years of stating that it was futile to try for justice were over. because i thought maybe we’d get some comfort and security. because i’d started to dream of some good times ahead after so many years of pain. he said, though, that there was a lot of work ahead. we needed to rest up. the day the crew from the abc 7:30 report people came up, i’d been awake for nearly two days mucking around with his blog, trying to get it in tip-top shape because i knew more people would be reading it after his television appearance, and i wanted it to be better organised than it was. some time after the crew had left, in the late afternoon, daddy told me to go to sleep. i didn’t want to, because i wanted to listen to him talk to a newspaper journalist (i think it was the guardian australian edition) who was going to call him so i could keep on top of what was happening and provide better assistance with his next moves (and learn about how the media works, as he said this was an important thing for me to learn), but he said i was in some sort of danger if i didn’t sleep after being awake for so long (i can’t remember the words he used – as a trained scientist’s daughter, i have an appallingly bad grasp of science). so i went to bed. a bit annoyed, but happier than i’d felt for a long time. daddy stayed up to wait for the journalist’s call. he promised he’d go to sleep as soon as he’d talked to her. he was exhausted too, but i wasn’t worried because he’d had more sleep than i had and the journalist was due to call very soon, and he was going to go to sleep after that. before i went to bed, i made him a cup of chocolate sustagen and left it in the fridge and made him promise to have it before he went to sleep. i felt badly because i should have made something a bit more substantial and said i wanted to make something better and leave it in the fridge for after he’d talked to the journalist. he told me to stop fussing and go to sleep. i went to bed happy and optimistic. my father not only had made a fundamental shift in his thinking about himself, he also felt happy and optimistic about the future! as i was drifting off to sleep, i panicked for a minute because i realised i’d forgotten to ask him when he wanted to be woken up so i could set my alarm 10 minutes earlier than the time he specified, get up, get him a coffee, and be ready with my usual “hey daddy, would you like a cup of coffee?” then, i decided it would be okay to skip that because he was so happy he might not actually wake in terror tomorrow. then i wasn’t sure and thought about getting up again and asking him. but then i fell asleep. i woke very early in the morning to the sounds of the birds. i don’t remember ever having slept so well, and it was the first time in a very long time i didn’t wake up feeling worried sick about just about everything. i was itching to know how it went with the newspaper journalist. as i came out of my room, i saw my father sitting on the lounge-room floor, head bowed, near the phone, which was sitting on the table near him. i’ve seen him fall asleep in this position before, so i wasn’t alarmed. i just thought how uncomfortable he looked, and decided to wake him up and get him to go to bed so he wouldn’t wake up aching from being all hunched up. i went over to him and said, “hey daddy, would you like a cup of coffee?” i didn’t have a cup of coffee ready. i don’t even know why i said it. i just said it as i had for seven years. i learned somewhere in childhood, i can’t remember exactly when, that daddy got a bit uncomfortable when people touched him. i’m of a slightly anxious bent, particularly when it came to my father’s welfare, so i probably overreacted a bit when i stopped hugging him. i always tried to err on the side of caution with him when there was any risk of hurting him. i can’t remember when this was that i made the decision not to hug him. i do remember that when i was a teenager, i overheard him talking to my mother about how being close to people made him throw up, and i was pleased to have worked out for myself about the importance of not being too physically close to him so i wouldn’t make him sick, so it was at least 26 years ago. i don’t even remember what precipitated this either, but i also got the impression somewhere along the line that the words “i love you” made him uncomfortable. there were dozens of things like that; things that couldn’t be done or said because of what had been done to him in childhood. things like his discomfort with cupboard doors on big cupboards being completely closed, which he never explained to me and i only worked out when i realised that he’d get up and open the big pantry door and wedge it open a crack every time i closed it all the way. all sorts of weird things that i just picked up on over the years. some things i could work out where they came from. some things i couldn’t figure out why i was doing what i did, but just did things to make sure he wasn’t upset. for years, i wanted to hug my father and say “i love you, daddy,” but i couldn’t, so i just fussed instead, hoping he’d know how much i cared. i overdid it sometimes, but i didn’t mind when he told me to stop fussing, because it was better to err on the side of too much fussing versus not enough, especially after i also worked out just how little he thought he deserved pretty much anything. when i saw him that morning, apparently asleep but uncomfortable, i asked him a bit louder about the coffee. sometimes i had to call out a few times before he heard me when he was asleep in his room. he didn’t wake up. i sat by him for a couple of minutes trying to decide if it would be okay to touch him because he really did look so uncomfortable and he’d told me how important it was that we both be well rested because there could well be a lot more media activity, and that this can be very debilitating. so i did what i hadn’t done for at least 26 years, if not longer. i touched him gently on the shoulder, and again said, “hey daddy, would you like a cup of coffee.” i’m not sure what made me do it, but when he didn’t respond, i pushed him gently. he didn’t move. i raised my voice and yelled “daddy.” i took him by the shoulders and tried to shake him. his body was stiff. i grabbed his hand. it was cold. i don’t know how long i was there with him. i remember screaming, over and over, “wake up,” and trying to shake him awake. i’m not sure how long i did that. maybe an hour. maybe ten minutes. i don’t know. at some point, i stopped screaming, and wrapped my arms around him, with my head resting on his shoulder, and said, “i love you daddy.” i said it over and over. i am not sure how long. for months, i’ve been enraged, frantic, frenetic, crazy. in some part of my mind, my father has just been away, but not really gone. he was going to come back. i just had to continue the fight, and when i’d won, he’d come back. i didn’t voice those words in my head. it was just how my heart was speaking. i ran out the back when the people from the funeral parlour came to get him. i kept my eyes closed shut as they lowered his coffin into the ground. i stayed in brisbane. i was afraid to be home. i planned to fight and win, and return home. i didn’t consciously think that he’d be there waiting for me, but on some deep level, i did. because one of the things he said to me the day before he died was, “we’ve won, aletha!”  then i came home. to our home. before i left, i took a few things, including his reading glasses, which i’ve kept by my side ever since. when i came back, it was okay for a while. it was okay until i noticed through the window that his favourite mandarin tree was in full fruit. that’s when it all came crashing down, and the pain swelled so horribly i thought my heart might stop too. i hoped it would, it hurt so much. i wandered around the property for a while, looking for him. i knew that was crazy, but i did it anyway.    for a long time, i thought i was going crazy, because all i could think about, no matter how hard i tried to stop thinking this way, was how desperately i want just one more chance to hold my father and say, “i love you daddy.” how i didn’t have to call the police so quickly. how i could have held him for the whole day if i wanted, saying “i love you, daddy” thousands of times to make up for the thousands of times i couldn’t hug him or tell him, not just show him, how much i loved him, when he was alive. how i could have had that. when i returned home, i positioned the couch i like to sleep on over the spot where i found him that day. when i go to sleep, i imagine that i’m hugging him and saying, “i love you daddy” and he’s saying everything’s going to be just fine. i know this way of thinking is the path to madness, and i push the thought down as hard as i can every time it pops up. but still, i keep wishing i could go back in time and start all over again, from the time i took it into my own head to try to do things right by my father. instead of saying, “hey daddy, would you like a cup of coffee?” all those years, i should have just asked him if it was okay to give him a hug and say, “i love you daddy.” it might have been okay after all. i will never know. these have not been good times. there have been times since i came home that i’ve been tempted to just stop the fight with the salvation army. i’m sick of reading about them. i’m sick of thinking about them. i’m sick of their games. i’m sick of their delaying tactics. i’m sick of their lies. now that i’ve stopped pretending my father isn’t really gone, and now that the thing i want most is for my father to please come back, i have wondered why i am bothering to fight the compensation fight at all. because nothing’s going to bring daddy back. and then i snap out of it. because this matters.   if i don’t continue to fight, i will lose the home i’ve been in for nearly eight years, seven of which were with my father. his spirit is here. when i walk around the house or the grounds, i remember him and things he said, all the wisdom he imparted. i think of things he talked about when we were standing in a particular spot. i look at the trees we planted, and remember how we both looked forward to seeing them grow and bear fruit or flower. the day before he died, when he was walking around the garden, i discovered the first pear on one of the pear trees we planted. we’d waited years for that. he was so excited. it hurts sometimes, walking around the garden, and often i break down when i realise i can’t turn around and talk to him, but it also helps too, because he is still here in spirit, and i can feel his presence everywhere. there’s a part of me that wonders if it’s the right thing to do to stay here. a number of people have suggested that it might be good for me to go and live somewhere else. but i’m terrified of forgetting a single thing about my father and the conversations we had here. i’m terrified of being in a new environment and not having all the visual cues that make things he said and images of him spring to mind. i won’t let that be taken from me. this week, i had to have my father’s chihuahua, cactus, put down. she contracted parvo virus. she was very old, and i knew that i might not have her for much longer, but it was still a shock. i am just glad that my father didn’t have to see it. i only saw my father in tears a few times in his life. one was when cactus had a seizure and we thought she was dying. she was a special link to my father. now she’s gone, there’s only this place.   after a week or so of feeling numb and helpless in the face of an absence of a positive response to my family’s claim from the salvation army, and despite a recent reassurance by our family’s solicitor that things were looking promising (promises mean nothing – actions are all that matter, and there haven’t been any yet), i started to prepare for the worst. i figured i might just be able to handle what’s ahead by taking photos that i could take with me wherever i end up. so for a few days now, since i buried cactus, i’ve been walking around taking 100s of photos of every single part of the house and grounds, from all different angles, in the hope that i’ll be able to look at them in the future and never forget a word daddy said to me. i was also going to start taking cuttings of all the trees we planted together so that wherever i ended up next, a part of this place would always be with me. but tonight, i feel differently. i’m angry. the salvation army knows how special this place is to me. i’m damned if i am going to give up now. and i’m angry because my family is suffering, and there’s no reason for it. they want and need me to fight, but are feeling the strain, and this just makes me angrier. i haven’t written much about this, but the salvation army has played with my family and me as though we were mice and they a cruel cat. we’ve had overtures and invitations. we’ve had offers made and implied promises of better treatment that have then been whisked away from us. much nodding of heads, but nothing concrete. promises to supporters that our needs will be met have been made and then nothing. all of this has worn me down, but i haven’t minded. i’ve been worn down before. i’m fairly tough. i am ready for years of this fight if necessary, which is what it’s looking like being. i now met people who’ve had to fight for years. if they can, so can i. because it’s my job, as the eldest child, to fight for what my father wanted for his family – compensation for his family for his “psychological death.”    just as importantly, however, it’s important to keep fighting because there’s a broader issue at stake. all along, i have wanted to establish a precedent that would flow on to other people who’ve been hurt the way my father was hurt and the way our family has suffered. i fought this battle to this point in a very public manner for a good reason, even though i knew it was making things harder for my family and me. if i win for our family, and fulfil my father’s wishes, i will expect the salvation army to go on and do what it should have done for all its victims. i will not be silenced by a confidentiality agreement. all lives destroyed must be healed. all harm done must be addressed. that’s how my father wanted things. when i spoke with peter farthing last time i was in sydney recently, he told me that there were issues to do with “organisational resources.” my rejoinder was that if the extent of harm inflicted by the organisation upon society was so great that organisational resources were insufficient to undo it, then a good case could be made that the salvation army doesn’t deserve to operate in our society. they stole the best part of my father’s life. they treated him with utter contempt. they had so many opportunities to do the right thing and didn’t. they didn’t even have the decency to admit that they were wrong after he had died. i had to fight when i should not have. they continue to get away with treating their victims and the families who are affected with utter contempt and who are made to fight for what should be given without hesitation. their proclaimed ‘restorative justice’ approach is meaningless. it’s meaningless because there is no detail in it. it’s meaningless because it was not developed in consultation with victims and their families. it’s meaningless because there is nothing that says that the organisation takes lifelong responsibility for all forms of harm inflicted upon victims and their families. the devil is in the detail, and there is absolutely no detail in the salvation army’s stance towards victims, just vague statements that sound great until you think about what was done to victims and what isn’t being done for them. i offered to help the salvation army develop a better response to victims and their families. that offer hasn’t been taken up. i can only think of a few things now, but with real consultation with victims, this list would grow, but here are some things that the salvation army should be doing, but isn’t: providing all necessary medical / dental attention (for life, if needed) to victims brutally treated in its homes or elsewhere who sustained lifelong injuries / health problems or were denied medical / dental attention when needed (this would have to include things like unlimited therapies to reduce pain and improve quality of life); meeting the cost of lifelong, unlimited counselling to victims and their families (with no restrictions on choice of provider); meeting the cost of in-home care and home modifications to homes victims approaching old age, many of whom have expressed the sentiment that they would kill themselves before being put in an aged care facility; meeting all costs required (including income support during the period of education) for any victim denied an education or whose education was negatively affected by abuse to be trained / educated in any area they choose; providing housing to homeless victims or victims in poor housing conditions; providing financial compensation to victims who have been unable to work, whether for a part or whole of their lives, because of the damage done to them; reimbursing victims whose parents were charged money for them to be ‘cared’ for in salvation army homes; compensating and caring for families who lost breadwinners due to suicide, early death brought on by the accumulated effects of childhood abuse, or who live but cannot work; paying, with compound interest, unpaid wages owed to men and women who were used as slave labour as children; compensating victims who helped build the wealth of the salvation army through the provision of unpaid work by providing them with a share of the increased value they added to salvation army properties; providing unlimited funding for any victim struggling with drug and / all alcohol problems to receive treatment for their problems (and no, not at a salvation army facility!); and compensating victims forced to take low-paying jobs because they were denied an education in ‘care’. i don’t know how many chances should be given to the salvation army before declaring that it can no longer be trusted to deal appropriately with its 1000s of victims. where things now stand, in the absence of any immediate and real commitment to extensive consultation and then detailed and real, satisfactory responses to the needs of victims and their families, i strongly believe that it’s time for the matter of handling victims’ needs to be taken from the salvation army and vested in the hands of a panel of independent experts and victims who truly understand what needs to be done to make things right, and who have the power to force the salvation army to do it. it’s for the salvation army to come up with ways to meet its responsibilities. beg, borrow, fundraise, and sell assets until everything is made right. it doesn’t matter how it’s done, it must be done. and done now. and if the salvation army doesn’t start doing it now, government must force it to do so. no-one should have to endure a day more of needless suffering. [postscript: tonight, at 6.30 pm on abc’s compass religious affairs program, is the first of a two-part special on the salvation army. given that its producer, john cleary, is a salvo, i don’t hold out much hope of a particularly truthful view of what’s really happening in the salvation army, but one never knows. the details of the show are here: http://www.abc.net.au/compass/comingup.htm. if you’ve been harmed by the salvation army, or someone you love has been, please consider getting on the discussion boards during and after the program and having your say, here: http://www2b.abc.net.au/tmb/client/topiclist.aspx?b=87&dm=1] aletha blayse web: http://www.lewisblayse.net web: http://www.whiteshieldappeal.org twitter: @alethabe please sign the petition: help obtain justice for lewis blayse from the salvation army. share this:emailreddittumblrlinkedingoogletwitterprintpinterestfacebookpocketlike this:like loading... posted in uncategorized | tagged 7:30 report, alkira salvation army boys home, compass, father's day, indooroopilly salvation army boys' home, john cleary, lewin blazevich, lewis blayse, peter farthing, restorative justice, salvation army, salvation army australia, salvos | 7 comments ← older posts recent posts activist safety (or: starting to think about safety) february 2, 2016 child abuse royal commission case study 25 (or: a few thoughts about redress) march 20, 2015 david shoebridge’s 3-point reform package for victims of child sexual abuse (or: tear down those walls) march 19, 2015 australian adelaide archbishop philip wilson charged (or: touchdown!) march 17, 2015 bilgrimage article on a us inquiry into child abuse november 4, 2014 archives archives select month february 2016 march 2015 november 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 search for: lewisblayse.net blog at wordpress.com. lewisblayse.net blog at wordpress.com. send to email address your name your email address cancel post was not sent - check your email addresses! email check failed, please try again sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. post to cancel %d bloggers like this:


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