Networking Stream-Transcript 1

Welcome to the networking of individual claims and input audio stream pt.1.
This is the first segment of our networking to discover the uncollected, the missing and mishandled claims of those that have had the 1st party experience. Many things that we are going to do here have never been done. We are going to keep up with the registered and authorized individuals and agencies responsible for collecting and handling our individual claims and input. 

It was the truth about what happens when ordinary people shared their claims of experience. That truth caused me to activate the network. You see when people want solutions, remedies or advocacy, the first step sets the policy. That first step organizing response is critical. When a person shares or confides a claim of experience with whomever is collecting it; A handling policy needs to be in place. Without that policy it becomes difficult to retrieve what has already been claimed.

The individual input handling policies also answer the question of who owns your input. Whoever you or I give our proxy for representation, storage, sharing or simply handling our personal data we should be the ones to authorize them.  

Before we activated the network my personal witness is of seeing citizens asking for help and being ignored or disengaged. From children being bullied to parents without intervention options, the input handling needs the connecting. In some cases they found that too many individual input handlers and collectors lacked a sense of informed empathy and organized connectivity. In another claim an individual returning from being incarcerated had collected inputs from others that had been incarcerated. He wanted to include the experiences of those returning from incarceration for a more intricate defining of the problems. He was met with arrogance and undermining of his desire and need to self-help, and to help others. The disengaging of the individual’s input from being active in defining and solving their problems was the only routine practiced.

Too often the public policy decision making process provided to us is designed to provide minimum transparency. And that’s particularly when it comes to methods for obtaining all or more of the collectable 1st party claims.

One of, if not the most popular models of advocacy today are using temporary emotions for short-term solutions. And you guessed it the method for handling 1st party claims challenges the current process for making change.
In narrative after narrative it was easy to see where citizen claims were falling on lack of policy and preparation for handling their claims. That inability is still causing numerous victims to experience repressed frustration with the advocacy process today. Those individual claim collectors have mostly been trained in the techniques of their mentors. And very little emphasis was placed on process innovation to meet changes in those days. So you get practices and policies for organizing that are not written or mutually agreed on.

Thank you for listening and I'll talk to you next time!
Rick Robertson 7/22/2018


Post a Comment