Basically, the elimination of Patriarchy is needed but doubtful that will happen.
I agree. The fundamental practice that is the enabling factor in so many of these issues is the unquestionable obedience that must be shown to those in authority with insufficient checks or controls over the power they wield or how they use their influence. This is especially drummed in to the most vulnerable - women and children.
I don't think pushing for background checks on all members is fair or realistic but those appointed to any position within the congregation and religion should - Elders, CO's, DO's etc... (not sure if ministerial servants should be included) because of the harm that the wrong person in one of those positions can do.
They also need to make it clear that someone will be on the hook if abuse is allowed to happen through their negligence - if it is reported to the organization then the people at the top who set the process, if it isn't then the people directly involved (elders etc...). And getting someone to say "sorry, I won't do it again" doesn't meet the standard of "dealing with it".
Don't bother pushing for shunning laws, it's unrealistic and isn't going to happen. Same for higher education - people can have their own opinion on education and the right path for their children. Also field service reporting - why would the RC be interested in that?
Trying to tack on extra gripes just weakens the focus and is going to be of less interest to the RC IMO. It also gives the WTS chance to claim the complaints are driven by those who oppose their religion rather than the focus being on their practices and how they sometimes enable abuses to happen.