What is the relationship of the wartime state/military and the civilian population/ civil society? Is it the case that they are entirely separate? How do they interact, and how does that interaction relate to the postwar argument that “militarists” alone were responsible for atrocity and violence?
n in decision making all identified in the Engaging children, young people and families, Child Wellbeing and Child Protection ‘ NSW Interagency Guidelines (2011) . A key priority, the NSW Keep Them Safe reform agenda is to develop long-term solutions to support parents, families, and the community services sector by channelling resources into services that identify children and families who are vulnerable or at risk and provide them with services and support before problems escalate. However, when critically analysing the impact of the Keep Them Safe reform it is evident, according to the findings from the NSW ombudsman’s Bruce Barbour report, that many of the priorities on the reform agenda and expected outcomes were not achieved. In fact, according to the ombudsman the results of the review paint a disturbing picture. A review of child protection services in New South Wales found that too many children are still getting “lost in the system”. Only 21 per cent of children at risk of severe harm had face-to-face contact with a case worker. More than two-thirds of children reported at risk of serious harm remained unlikely to receive a face-to-face assessment, the response to adolescents remain inadequate, despite in-principle support given for a senior group to be established to coordinate a strategy for vulnerable young people, young people continued to get lost in the system there has been an increase in the number of cases that are being closed due to “competing priorities”. Leading researchers and practitioners both in Australia and overseas have suggested that applying a public health model to care and protection will deliver better outcomes for our children and young people and their families (Holzer 2007; O’Donnell, Scott, & Stanley 2008; Scott 2006; ARACY 2007).A public health model offers a different approach assisting families early enough to prevent abuse and neglect occurring. The Keep Them Safe Interim Review Spatial Mapping and Analysis Final report also found that expenditure on Keeping Them Safe projects has generally been directed towards areas of high need, is had also highlighted some locations with apparently high needs that may still be missing out. One of the key recommendations of the Wood Royal Commission, and consequently a primary>GET ANSWER Let’s block ads! (Why?)