In Australia if a person under 18 years old reports abuse of a physical or sexual nature, then a practitioner has an ethical regard to report this abuse to the caregivers. What happens when it's the caregivers causing this abuse our system is set in a way where this abuse can continue or worsen, our current legislation set guidelines where you must prove such is happening if you can't then the state of the secretary can't act.
I say that if the state of commonwealth changed or worded the scope of the secretary powers to remove children from abuse would be beneficial. It is important to emphasise that members of parliament won't act until a notion has sufficient support for othernembers of parliament. The true question is spreading awareness or gaining support still effective way of creating change in our legal framing
Tell me what you think about this and what you would do or what your country has in place.