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17 Tuesday Sep 2019 Posted by Natasha in child abuse, CSA, CSE, Researching Reform The government has expanded a scheme which allows victims to challenge prison sentences they consider to be too lenient, so that it now includes victims of child sexual...

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Social services failures are so regular it is a daily occurrence and children do die and they will continue dying because social workers, the police, the government and people like the NSPCC do not listen...

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 INTRODUCTION Full Article Here  http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.693.3159&rep=rep1&type=pdf The term “child laundering” expresses the claim that the currentintercountry adoption system frequently takes children illegally from birthparents, and then uses the official processes of the adoption and legalsystems to...

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where have the children gone ...

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About half a million babies were adopted in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, most of which were born to unmarried women. During this time the Catholic Church, Church of England and the Salvation Army were...

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Posted by Natasha in Adoption, forced adoption, Researching Reform A new study from Australia suggests that a significant number of children who languish inside the care system may be going on to suffer much greater levels of psychological and physical harm...

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A new Bill to strengthen children’s rights is to be brought to Holyrood, the Scottish Government has announced today. The Children (Scotland) Bill was revealed just hours before the First Minister unveils her Programme for...

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Chief Constable Simon Byrne faced a backlash over comments suggesting parents who used guns could have their children taken into state care.   By Michael McHugh, PA September 5 2019C Children are not being used as weapons...

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Posted by Natasha in child welfare, Researching Reform A large school in Dorset is set to open next door to a probation centre visited by paedophiles. Local residents and the police have expressed concerns over the plans. According to a...

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Posted by Natasha in forced adoption, Researching Reform In a groundbreaking case, the European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday that a child services agency breached a mother and her son’s rights by forcibly removing her son and giving...

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First ‘stolen baby’ doctor, 85, in the dock A DOCTOR believed to have been involved in Spain’s huge undercover ‘stolen baby’ scandal will appear in court tomorrow (Tuesday) – the first person in history summoned...

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We are just two of the untold thousands of the forgotten children stolen by the British SS army as they say in a child’s best interest In a child’s best interest are the words of...

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by Christina England Health Impact News According to a growing number of reports, thousands of children are simply disappearing from the UK Care System (the equivalent of the “Foster Care” system in the U.S.) every...

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BRITAIN’S LOST CHILDREN The lost children goes back to long before the work houses that were organised in 1576 and then in 1619 immigration of the poor kids started and again in 1834 the poor...

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