Archive for September, 2008

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National Anti-Forced Adoption Week Against BAAF; 10th November 2008 until 16th November 2008

This is the week that BAAF, The local authority, CAFCASS, CORAM, Social Services and other government bodies launch a week of events to encourage people to adopt.
We need to spoil their week so less children are stolen to forced adoption. 10 – 16 November 2008.
 BAAF working to find A way to split families up, so children can be stolen all year round. Every November we draw the nation’s attention in stealing more children. Each year they Campaign to steal more children
BAAF, Social Services, Solicitors, Judges, the Government All Steal Your Children From You!
There are opportunities to Email Your Local Social Services to Tell Them about Your Own Account Of How They Steal Children. In all aspects of forced-adoption.

They Are Stealing More Children Than Ever, Remember We Need To Spoil Their Plans!

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Full Article: http://www.stopinjusticenow.com/News_0976.htm

CHILD protection officials failed to recognise the danger to a toddler who was tortured and killed by her stepfather, a report said yesterday.
But social services chiefs said lessons will be learned from her death in a bid to ensure it does not happen again.
A report into the death of the two-year-old said there was ‘a failure to recognise indicators of risk’.
The review of the case of the child called Lois also found that even when a risk assessment was undertaken it was ‘inadequate’.
Officials in charge of social services in Caerphilly county, where Lois lived with her mother and stepfather, said staff training and support had now been improved and procedures strengthened.
Lois, who lived on Caerphilly’s Lansbury Park estate, died on November 8, 2004, from a head injury. She had been placed on the child protection register a month earlier.

Full Article: http://www.stopinjusticenow.com/News_0975.htm

Kylie Minogue has joined with NSPCC and ChildLine in support of a new campaign to raise funds for abused children, The Child’s Voice Appeal.
The services received 2.3 million calls in the last year from more than half a million kids needing help.
Many reported calling several times just to get through to a counsellor.
The appeal aims to fund up to 15 extra call centres next year, and boost volunteers by about 600 to help get to every call first time.

Full Article: http://www.stopinjusticenow.com/News_0974.htm

Cafcass today publishes a report examining the health and wellbeing of young people in care.
The report found that young people in care were happy but they sometimes felt the affects of stress, wanted better advice on relationships and they wanted more support to eat healthily for instance in foster or children’s homes
Based on a research event organised by the Cafcass Children’s Rights Team, the report outlines what young people in care feel about their health and wellbeing. The report was researched in collaboration with Professor Adrian James from the Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth, University of Sheffield; and evaluated by independent research provider

Full Article: http://www.stopinjusticenow.com/News_0976.htm

CHILD protection officials failed to recognise the danger to a toddler who was tortured and killed by her stepfather, a report said yesterday.

But social services chiefs said lessons will be learned from her death in a bid to ensure it does not happen again.

A report into the death of the two-year-old said there was ‘a failure to recognise indicators of risk’.

The review of the case of the child called Lois also found that even when a risk assessment was undertaken it was ‘inadequate’.

Officials in charge of social services in Caerphilly county, where Lois lived with her mother and stepfather, said staff training and support had now been improved and procedures strengthened.

Lois, who lived on Caerphilly’s Lansbury Park estate, died on November 8, 2004, from a head injury. She had been placed on the child protection register a month earlier.

Full Article: http://www.stopinjusticenow.com/News_0975.htm

Kylie Minogue has joined with NSPCC and ChildLine in support of a new campaign to raise funds for abused children, The Child’s Voice Appeal.

The services received 2.3 million calls in the last year from more than half a million kids needing help.

Many reported calling several times just to get through to a counsellor.

The appeal aims to fund up to 15 extra call centres next year, and boost volunteers by about 600 to help get to every call first time.

Full Article: http://www.stopinjusticenow.com/News_0974.htm

Cafcass today publishes a report examining the health and wellbeing of young people in care.

The report found that young people in care were happy but they sometimes felt the affects of stress, wanted better advice on relationships and they wanted more support to eat healthily for instance in foster or children’s homes

Based on a research event organised by the Cafcass Children’s Rights Team, the report outlines what young people in care feel about their health and wellbeing. The report was researched in collaboration with Professor Adrian James from the Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth, University of Sheffield; and evaluated by independent research provider