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The Myth of Scandinavian “Happiness” and How Children Pay the Price For Radical Feminism by Mrutyuanjai Mishra


Regardless of where you stand on child protection agencies, with thousands of children being torn annually from their parents in Scandinavian countries, they can hardly claim to be the "happiest" in the world. Do we really have in Scandinavia a unique and historic case of parental dysfunction? Or are parents being misjudged by their system? In this article, Denmark-based Indian journalist Mrutyuanjai Mishra claims that Scandinavia's social welfare agencies are causing a human rights crisis with the systematic wrongful removal of children from parents. He argues that this state-sponsored child snatching is driven by an aggressive version of feminism that views the family as an outdated patriarchal institution which oppresses children who need to be "saved" by being removed from their parents. But the result has been the unfair targeting of the poor, the uneducated, migrants and, recently, fathers in general.
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Is Attachment Theory Always Reliable as a Measure of Child Welfare? by Nandita Chaudhary and Heidi Keller


Professors Nandita Chaudhary and Heidi Keller question the application of Attachment Theory in the field of child development. They point out various settings in which the universalising methods and practices of Attachment Theory would not apply and would lead to an incorrect evaluation of there being attachment failure between a parent and child. This paper has important insights for child protection as Attachment Theory is a key tenet of modern child protection thinking. Child protection agencies are removing babies and toddlers by judging the attachment with a parent (usually the mother) to have ‘failed’ even where there is no actual evidence of harm to the child.
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Scores of Latvian Children Deprived of their Families in Foreign Countries (Part II) by Julija Stepanenko


Latvian Member of Parliament Julija Stepanenko describes the ground-breaking work by Latvia to regain children of their citizens unjustifiably confiscated by foreign child protection services.
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“Stay Strong To Every Loving Parent, Anywhere,” Vaclav Klaus, Jr., Czech MP


Czech MP Vaclav Klaus Jr.'s strong message of support in the struggle against increasing unjust interference in the biological family by the State.
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Scores of Latvian Children Deprived of their Families in Foreign Countries (Part I) by Julija Stepanenko


Latvian Member of Parliament Julia Stepanenko describes how large numbers of Latvian children abroad are unjustifiably removed from their families by foreign child protection services.
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News & Updates

Western Critics of Child Protection Services Are Having To Turn To India To Be Heard – Special Report by SaveYourChildren.In


The Sunday Guardian's series on inhumane Western child protection services makes the news in Norway again. Western critics of child protection services are having to turn to India to be heard against the unjustified removal of children by the state in their countries.
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UNICEF Silent On Hollywood Celebrity Supporter Kevin Spacey Accused Of Sexual Misconduct On 14-Year-Old.


Not only has UNICEF not commented on allegations regarding Kevin Spacey, or any other Hollywood celebrity’s, predatory and manipulative sexual …
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Lawyers And Parents Urge Indian Government Not To Accede To Hague Convention


Human rights lawyers and distressed parents across the country have urged the Indian Government not to give in to US …
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Like Indian Parents In The USA, Parents In New Zealand Are Being Accused Of Abuse For What Could Be Brittle Bone Disorders In Children


New Zealand Herald, 16 October 2017: A young couple are fighting a decision to take their two children - one a newborn baby - into state care because of a suspected child abuse injury which they believe is due to brittle bone disease.
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UN Water In Dubious Company


A United Nations agency, UN Water, that is apparently behind the World Toilet Day project was caught with its pants down (or, as we would say in Delhi, its lota missing) tweeting an invitation to the notorious Ram Rahim....
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Norwegian MP’s Article on Child Welfare Services in India’s Sunday Guardian Makes News in Norway


"We need a child welfare that works to a greater extent with prevention and support measures at home, as well as using the children's family or network when care is the only solution" writes Norwegian MP, Orsal Johansen in email interview with Filter Nyheter.
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Latest Norwegian CPS Fracas. Mother and Child Flee Norway for Asylum in Poland.


A Norwegian woman has requested asylum in Poland, fearing that officials in her home country will take her child away, according to a report.
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Save Your Children Website is Launched!


Welcome to our brand new website with information, support and analysis on child protection services worldwide. All the information is organised country-wise, as well as subject-wise, to help you find what is most relevant to you. We hope you find this site useful. Do write to us at contact@saveyourchildren.in if you would like to be added to our mailing list.
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Exciting Collaboration on Global Child Rights Issues With The Sunday Guardian!


With the idea of starting a wide-ranging and serious conversation on the issues raised in this website, we have tied-up …
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