The child welfare stories that should be right on your radar:
- Aaron Smale gives his personal account of being removed from his mother, and the legacy of loss and harm that reverberates through the generations
- ‘Abuse victims were sent back to war zones’ in Oxfam cover-up
- Child abuse viewers should avoid prosecution, report suggests
Thank you to Dana for the first item.
Norman Scarth said:
I certainly agree with the third one. Such prosecutions are quite disproportionate. One might as well prosecute those who go into an art gallery where there are nude paintings or sculptures, because they had ‘wrong thoughts’ when doing so. Norman Scarth. ________________________________
Hi Norman, thanks for your comment. Perhaps the issue here is more that the content is illegal and any consumption could be viewed as participatory.
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Ian Josephs said:
I BELIEVE that resources wasted chasing perverted viewers of child abuse would be better employed tracking down and arresting actual child abusers .
Generations within the family, Grandparents, Aunts Uncles, Nephews, Nieces are all affected too and those that follow will not know the child taken from them. It’s too cruel and so unnecessary.