This is the story of a little Indian girl in Scandinavia abandoned by her adopters and betrayed by the State. Statistics are showing that the rate of adoption failure in these countries is quite high, leaving rejected adoptees to be institutionalised and marginalised once more in their adopted land.
Will the Govenrment stand by them or cave to the USA?
TAMIL PETITION. RETURN NAGAPATTINEM SIBLINGS TO INDIA. CLICK HERE. Please tweet or email your endorsement of this petition to email@example.com …
Not only has the child protection industry been ignoring the culture of abuse of children outside the home, they have been guilty of molesting children themselves. What this does tell us is that the child protection industry has not been under sufficient scrutiny to keep to any standards – whether in the character of the people it hires, or in the quality of the work being done.
UNICEF’s and international aid-organisations’ nation-wise ranking criteria for babies and children are racist and unhelpful.
Watch this for a step-by-step account of how the UK courts allowed two innocent Indian children to be put up …
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.
Social welfare laws are oppressing the very children they were meant to protect.
Joe Burns is a prominent international activist and critic of Western Child Protection Services (CPS) from the Republic of Ireland. Over the last decade he has helped numerous innocent families, including many Indian ones, facing persecution by European child protection agencies. Read on for why Joe Burns warns India to develop her own child protection system and not adopt the Western one which is, in fact, abusing children in the name of child protection.
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.