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Advocates take complaints about aboriginal children to the United Nations

on Tue, 03/06/2012 - 07:23

OTTAWA — Child rights advocates say they believe shaming Ottawa before the world will lead to concrete improvements for aboriginal children on reserves.

The First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada and the ecumenical group KAIROS have submitted a report to the United Nations committee on the rights of the child, just as Canada's performance comes up for review.

The report argues that government funding for aboriginal health, education, housing and child welfare is not only inadequate, but is also lower than for non-aboriginal children.

"I think the more Canadians who

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Adoption Discrimination against white families by NSW Govt

on Wed, 03/26/2014 - 23:58
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Adoption Discrimination against white families by NSW Govt

No forced adoption for Aboriginal children

 Note: So what does this mean exactly and what exactly is self proclaimed child protection guru Pru (NSW Holocaust) Goward trying to achieve by only stealing white children permanently? Does she want only to be remembered for creating "The New White Stolen Generation by FACS?"

Can't Barnardos and Life Without Barriers make as much money from adoptiong out aboriginal children as white children? They have raked in the cash from foster care but that is chicken feed compared to the money on offer from adoption.

Babies are now born with a dolloar sign

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We have to stop the creation of another Stolen Generation

on Sat, 07/06/2013 - 01:29
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We have to stop the creation of another Stolen Generation

Millions of dollars have gone into bureaucracies to control Aboriginal life, but this has not made children any safer. An alternative is needed

Last month, friends from a remote community in the Northern Territory (NT) called me in shock. Police had turned up unannounced with child protection workers to take a young child from a local family. The child was driven many hundreds of kilometres away and placed in a non-Indigenous foster home. The grounds for removal were a “mandatory report” from the local clinic that the child was losing weight.

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Ottawa must act now on aboriginal child welfare

on Fri, 05/31/2013 - 12:10
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Ottawa must act now on aboriginal child welfare

By Craig Kielburger and Marc Kielburger, Vancouver Sun

In 1907, Canada's Department of Indian Affairs sent Dr. Peter Henderson Bryce to investigate residential schools in Manitoba and the Northwest Territories.

Bryce found dilapidated buildings, rampant tuberculosis, and shocking death rates. In some schools, only 31 per cent of children survived to graduation. Bryce submitted a lengthy report detailing the appalling conditions.

The federal government buried his report for 15 years until Bryce became so frustrated that he published his findings in a book.

By the time the last school

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We Must Listen To Adam Giles On Indigenous Issues

on Thu, 05/16/2013 - 15:10
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We Must Listen To Adam Giles On Indigenous Issues

The Australian Northern Territory in 2013, Chief Minister Adam Giles made an announcement that Aboriginal children would be removed from parents and kinship care. They will be placed in homes where they can have a future that does not lead to unemployment and addiction, he stated on ABC News 24 yesterday "a child needs a positive experience in their life" and that this is not "a new stolen generation".While saying children will be removed from their communities.

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Paedophiles may have acted as foster carers

on Mon, 10/22/2012 - 01:15
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Paedophiles may have acted as foster carers

http://www.capra.monash.org/another_act_for_compliance.pdf

From the above submission

'Our own work in reviewing child deaths has also shown that some
children – notably adolescents – had lives marked by extensive
involvement with DoCS, police and the Department of Juvenile Justice .
In our Report of Reviewable Deaths in 2004, we noted the inherent
difficulties of protective intervention for young people who may be
prone to risk taking behaviour and who may be unwilling to accept the
services of human services agencies.


 DoCS has no powers of coercion under the Children and Young Persons
(Care