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Forced Adoption

Child Care Proceedings Exposed

Baby stolen at birth, denied medical treatment and sustained 2 head injuries under Cardiff local authorities. We’ve been fighting an injustice 23 months. In 3 of these, you will see the head injuries, and her hair wasn’t growing (due to being laying down long periods this was ignored) it’s abuse. Forced adoption social services use future harm and we still campaign to be heard. She was the first child born and the first grandchild.transferred her to another hospital away from her family.. hundreds of families losing their children. We demand a public inquiry and apology. Allegations that are untrue and denied witness, in the secret family courts. Fabricated lies putting families through hell. The dad still denied 2 go on the birth certificate, old enough to kill in the military army (training) but not to have a family. No criminal convictions, there no drink/drugs history an only started smoking their reports…

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Social Worker Struck Off After Lie Which Led To Children Going Into Care

That’s PROGRESS!!!

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A social worker has been struck off after lying that a mother had threatened to kill herself and her three children, and burn their house down.

The lies were directly responsible for the children being removed from the mother and placed into care. Whilst the HCPC doesn’t express this sentiment as directly as we do, saying that the lies ‘almost certainly’ led to the children’s removal, we are under no illusion that this conduct was directly responsible for the emergency protection orders issued.

Bizarrely, the social worker appeared to have no insight into her conduct. It also appears that she would have been allowed to continue to practice had she shown remorse or expressed some understanding of the consequences of her actions. No mention is made of how this affected the children or the extent of the harm done to their development and their mental health, although the complaints panel have…

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Adoption: No sale of kids (15.07.93)

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150793p14IG 15 July 1993 Islington Gazette p.14

“Social Services chairwoman Cllr Sandy Marks pledged her opposition on Monday to the Government’s plans to encourage councils to charge adopters thousands of pounds.”

“Cllr Marks chairs the adoption panel of councillors, social workers and independent advisors, including a parent with an adopted child, which considers each application. First, the panel decides whether the applicants are suitable. The third stage is to match the child with suitable applicants.”

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Tell Politicians What You Think About The Family Courts

Researching Reform

Researching Reform is very privileged to have a readership which includes families and children with experience of the Family Courts, however politicians, peers and judges also visit the site daily, and we know they read your feedback.

As politicians publish their manifestos and go about making pledges this month, they will also be reading your thoughts on the system in order to understand what’s not working, so now is a good time to let the future government know what you think about the family justice system.

We are adding our Top Ten Bug Bears below:

  1. Inefficient Monitoring Of The Impact Of Financial Incentives Across Child Welfare Organisations And Agencies
  2. Culture Of Mistrust And Disrespect Towards Families And Children
  3. Inadequate Training For Social Workers And Judges 
  4. No Efficient Mechanism For Correcting Material Errors In Judgments and Court Bundles
  5. The Race To Adoption” Process
  6. The 26 Week Rule In Care Proceedings
  7. Forced Adoption Practices

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The government has failed to protect the human rights of children — Politics and Insights

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The UK has plummeted from 11th position to 156th in global ranking for meeting its child rights obligations in the space of a year. The UK now ranks among the bottom 10 global performers in the arena of improving rights of the child, after it achieved the lowest possible score across all six available indicators in […]

via The government has failed to protect the human rights of children — Politics and Insights.

The report says that a nation’s prosperity does not always guarantee children’s rights. Interestingly, economically better performing countries are not necessarily doing a better job when it comes to safeguarding the rights of children.

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News Outlet Lies About Its Coverage Of Rooftop Protest At Child Minister’s Home

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The Consumer Watchdog Foundation has claimed that it was the first and only site to publish a story about the rooftop protest at former Children’s Minister Ed Timpson home last week. It also claims that it followed the events as they happened.

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This is not true. Whilst we broke the story first with real time video footage, and a full 24 hours before the CWF, a media outlet called The Northwhich Guardian followed shortly after us and then another online media site, The Nantwich News mentioned the protest. The Consumer Watchdog Foundation however, didn’t get to the demonstration until the following day.

We wrote in last night to mention that they had made a mistake about coverage, but as of this morning the comment has yet to be published and no correction to their article has been made. A comment added after ours has been approved.

This is not our biggest concern with…

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