@EU #EU Safeguarding Children’s Right across Europe: from Petitioning EU Parliament to Voting on a Resolution

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I guess it can be called citizen’s democracy in action. Here’s the chronological development:

  1. PETITIONING UK 
    1. Our petition to the UK Parliament regarding Children Placed in Foster Care, put forward by former MP John Hemming yielded no response.
    2. Instead, I am now one of so far four ‘activists’ [Police calls us ‘members of a protest group’] who have been persecuted and prosecuted by UK authorities in our pursuits of being a voice for Children Screaming to be Heard. Two of us face a jury trial on 11 July – potentially committing us to prison. My ‘crime’ was to publish this blog post – in everybody’s view a clear ‘stitch-up’ between Police and CPS.
  2. PETITIONING EU PARLIAMENT
    1. our collective petition was asking for the Abolition of Adoptions without Parental Consent – presented in six minutes of passion, when accompanied by 30 parents on 19 March 2014 – and quite rationally to a newly elected…

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Mother Who Fought To Get Her Baby Back And Won

A mother who lost four children to the care system and then fought the child protection system to keep her fifth, was interviewed today on BBC2.

The interview is a candid look at the system and the ‘risk of future harm’ test, which allows social services to take children from parents who they feel cannot look after their children. The interview also explores how the removal process affects parents and why mothers who lose children to the care system continue to get pregnant.

You can watch the full interview here.

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@ChildrensRights Our Five Issues at Children Screaming to be Heard Conference

Here is the last presentation of the conference:

Here are the slides that I looked at:

And here are the links to:

  1. details about the Plenary Debate of the EU Parliament regarding the Best Interests of the Child across borders – on 27 April 2016;
  2. our petition to Abolish Adoptions without Parental Consent with currently 5,700 signatures;
  3. our petition to establish a Royal Commission into Ritual Abuse and Satanic Crimes – as proposed by Tim Tate in his book “Children for the Devil” in 1991.
  4. the website of the Association of McKenzie Friends for our Five Issues and the Three Levels we are working on: UK, EU and UN.
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@EU #EU Press Release MEPs INVESTIGATE CHILD-SNATCHING SCANDAL in UK @Europarl_en @coe @euronews #EPlenary @EU_Commission @TimmermansEU @PA

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MEPs INVESTIGATE CHILD-SNATCHING SCANDAL in UK

13 Petitions lead to a Plenary Debate on Wednesday 27 April 2016, 6 – 7pm UK time

Protecting the best interest of the child (across borders) in Europe[1] is on the agenda of the next Plenary Debate in Brussels on Wednesday 27 April.

The debate stems from the complaint of twelve individual petitioners regarding their children’s loss of mother tongue and their abusive placement with foster carers, as well as from the petition by the Association of McKenzie Friends requesting the Abolition of Adoptions without Parental Consent[2]. The debate will cover Questions with Oral Answer:

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Report on Fact Finding Visit to London in November 2015 by Eight MEPs

16 04 19 Fact Finding ReportIf you click on the image you also get the full 15-page report.

And these are the recommendations:

1. Relevant statistics should be collected in order to offer a better overview of the issues related not only to non-consensual adoptions and binational cases but also more generally to family law, enabling comparisons between the EU Member States;

2. National family courts should systematically implement the Vienna Convention of 1963 on Consular Relations and articles 15 (service of documents) and 55 (Cooperation specific on cases of parental responsibility) of the Regulation EC n° 2201/2003 (Brussels II a) at the earliest stage of the child care proceedings and make sure that embassies or consular representations are informed in a timely manner of cases involving their nationals; specific detailed guidelines should be provided for a more efficient implementation of these provisions; Continue reading

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#Zimbabwean Example of Foreign #Children Targeted for #Snatching by #UK #SocialServices and #SecretFamilyCourts

16 04 11 A and MIt’s a long time – a year in the life of a teenager – especially at the hands of all possible UK authorities helping London Borough (LB) of Sutton to keep the lad in the UK rather than let him go home… “In the Best Interest” of whom???

Here in three chapters:

  1. Zimbabwean Teen seeks refuge from UK Social Services in Zimbabwean Embassy
  2. Desmond Tutu’s Grandson in the care of the LB of Sutton
  3. Discussion with John Hemming

Attempts to resolve the dilemma continue. Ex-MP John Hemming of Justice for Families who has obliquely raised the case on mainstream media (see link 2) is now acting as mediator with LB Sutton.

Here is a 3-way Skype discussion filmed yesterday (20 April) between John, M and mum on how matters can be resolved at this point:

M has also sent the judge a video version of his letter to him. LB Sutton have said the issue is now between M and the judge and a video-link has been arranged for Friday’s hearing. Huntercombe Hospital Norwich have been asked to re-assess M via the videos and hopefully he will be released from his Mental Health Act Section 3 restriction, thus removing the last stumbling-block preventing him from returning to Zimbabwe.

Please everyone get down on your knees & prayer-mats, light candles and tap gongs for M to be set free tomorrow and allowed to go home!

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Unfortunately, the trends are RISING for SNATCHING and for ADOPTING children against their parents’ wills, according to Governmental statistics:

16 04 21 Childrens Trends

Hence our petition to the EU Parliament that contributed to getting it on the agenda of a Plenary Debate on 27 April 2016:

Do sign to get updates!

You may wonder why all this? Follow the money: the Foster Care Business.

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BBC2: Mother Who Fought To Get Her Baby Back And Won

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A mother who lost four children to the care system and then fought the child protection system to keep her fifth, was interviewed today on BBC2.

The interview is a candid look at the system and the ‘risk of future harm’ test, which allows social services to take children from parents who they feel cannot look after their children. The interview also explores how the removal process affects parents and why mothers who lose children to the care system continue to get pregnant.

You can watch the full interview here.

VD

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