Researching reform: 2016 – what we’ve seen and where we’re going #CSA @MoJGovUK @UKHomeOffice

16-12-19-natashaGoogle alerted me to this exceptional overview that Natasha Phillips wrote for Family Law on top of publishing her excellent Researching Reform blog:

A month by month reminder of 2016 with fairly dim predictions for 2017. More of the same!???… What a pity!

What more do we need to do as victims, supporters, McKenzie Friends and online activists to STOP the systematic destruction of families? More than 1,000 children have been removed every month for over a year! The trends have been rising since 1997!!!

The article mentions clearly who is AGAINST compulsory reporting of child sexual abuse and one HAS to question WHY, given our bad experiences:

I suppose it would also be those 150 Local Authorities who have ensured the consistent rise of the number of children removed from their biological parents!?… The remaining 204 of the 354 apparently don’t provide this ‘service’. I have established these facts and figures about Children in Care from analysing public statistics. But who is going to do what about that???

Do we need yet more evidence as the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse is trying to establish?

Can we not begin to LISTEN to CHILDREN and ADULT SURVIVORS and HEAR and BELIEVE THEM???

What’s wrong with us adults???

But maybe we can trust that, behind the scenes, the bad guys ‘die’ or retire while ‘exercises of appeasement’ are being carried out… That ought to include the abandonment of ‘austerity’ as the main cause for ruining families, when fathers can’t find meaningful work and women have to help paying bills…

In any case: never, never, never give in or up!!! Keep learning to stand your ground, no matter how slippery it may feel!!!…

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician, software designer, system analyst, event organiser, independent web publisher and online promoter of positivity.
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3 Responses to Researching reform: 2016 – what we’ve seen and where we’re going #CSA @MoJGovUK @UKHomeOffice

  1. keith says:

    “In any case: never, never, never give in or up!!! Keep learning to stand your ground, no matter how slippery it may feel!!!…”

    thanks for that Sabine.

  2. The picking up of oneself is painful, but the more you do it, the better you get at it, as does the dusting-off. Good advice Sabine.

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