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No words.

This was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 18th October 2016.

We don’t have any words to add at the moment but we will in coming days, as the sadness continues to seep through and the rage sets in.

For now, please just read the article.

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3 thoughts on “No words.

  1. More common, I suspect, than many realize (or are willing to think about). Plus admin tends to gloss over incidents. Inconvenient and embarrassing. Not good for the image. Some years back, Debra Leigh Scott and I were collecting stories. I talked one off a roof, figuratively speaking. We must get angrier before not after when it’s too late other than making a rallying cry of the tragedy.

    Posted by VanessaVaile | October 18, 2016, 4:36 pm
  2. Speechless.

    Posted by Helene Mountford | October 18, 2016, 4:36 pm
  3. Tragically, so real. Luckily I escaped via a different route – am now volunteering in Laos and my skills are actually appreciated. It does feel like ‘escape’, but it’s still a long way from home.

    Posted by Annabelle Leve | October 18, 2016, 4:44 pm

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