The latest 24 Monday Jan 2022 Posted by Natasha in Researching Reform ≈ 3 Comments Welcome to another week. These are the child welfare stories that should be right on your radar: Children’s hearings system ‘not fit for purpose’, says social worker (Scotland)‘We were robbed’: Alaska couple loses custody of kids after erroneous abuse diagnosis (US)Domestic violence survivors urge more judicial training (US) Share this:TweetWhatsAppEmailTelegramPocketShare on TumblrPrintLike this:Like Loading...
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Keith Brettwood said:
Behind Closed Doors: Why we break up families – and how to mend them
Seen this on the Transparency Project.
Ian Josephs said:
No hearing system can be fit for purpose if it allows children to be removed from parents for risk of future harm
.If parents have committed no crime against children and the children have suffered no harm there can be no excuse for removing them from their families to be placed with complete strangers for fostering or worse still forced adoption.
The transparency project agrees with legally gagging parents who wish to publicize their own names and details of what exactly happened to them in the family courts..
None of the above happened before the passing of the infamous “Children Act ” 1989;
THINGS WERE A LOT BETTER FOR STRUGGLING FAMILIES BEFORE 1989 !