Monthly Archives: September 2010

Parental Alienation Is Child Abuse So Why Don’t We Follow Other Countries And Stamp It Out?

Parental Alienation is recognised in many countries around the world as child abuse and laws have been changed to stamp this cruel and selfish act out, in the best interests of children. Sadly, the UK is way behind in this matter and courts still do not recognise Parental Alienation as the abuse it is. Continue reading

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CAFCASS’ Parenting Information Programme

Well done for CAFCASS for finally listening and doing something worthwhile towards resolving disputes, but of course much more had to be done, like acknowledging Parental Alienation and recording breaches of contact orders as child abuse. Continue reading

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Fathers Rights Groups Join Forces To Help Children Get To See Both Parents

Fathers rights groups FNF, Real Fathers For Justice, Fathers Rights UK and New Fathers For Justice continue to campaign for changes in UK’s family court system, which currently allows some mothers to continue carrying out child abuse by denying basic human rights to children who deserve to see their fathers but are being subjected to alienation and tactics to stop the bond and contact time between the father and child. Continue reading

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Breaking news: Brazil has ratified a law that defines and punishes parental alienation as a form of child abuse

On the 26th of August 2010 the Brazilian Parliament has ratified with immediate effect a law against parental alienation. The law defines parental alienation as a form of child abuse. It provides Brazilian judges and courts with seven measures to deal with parental alienation. Amongst those are fines, contrary custody and/or care and residence decisions and care supervision orders. Continue reading

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