NATIONAL #CSAINQUIRIES in Northern Ireland and Australia: Historical Institutional Abuse and Children in Care

14 10 01 HIA IrelandThe UK’s biggest child abuse inquiry has begun in Northern Ireland – as reported by the excellent Natasha Phillips who publishes Researching Reform:

14 10 01 AlecommIn Australia, people can make their submissions online to the Federal Senate Inquiry into Children in Out of Home Care in Australia 2014 now:

The only real remedy for the abuses of the child protection system is its abolition. No one should have the power to take children from their parents by force of arms, and the upkeep
of children should not be paid with appropriated funds. Once the child protection behemoth is dead, private charity can easily handle the small load of orphaned children, as it responded
to the much larger number of homeless children a century ago before the creation of the welfare state.
Since the political will to eliminate the child protection system is nowhere near to realisation, we have here a list of lesser reforms that may alleviate the hardships in the current system,
and lead toward more comprehensive reforms.

Why can’t

  • Local Authorities [Social Services + Police] STOP child snatching?
  • Local Authorities STOP using ‘risk of emotional abuse’ as a reason for punishing parents and children who have committed no crime?
  • Judges STOP adoptions without the written consent by birth parents?
  • Judges STOP dishing out ‘gagging orders‘ forbidding parents to complain?
  • Social Services START adhering to court orders and behave like human beings?
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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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