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My Baby Stolen by UK Social Services for Adoption

on Thu, 01/02/2014 - 16:15
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My Baby Stolen by UK Social Services for Adoption

Just feeling bit low as may one year old baby (Baby Stolen By Social Services) was snatched by UK Social Services last Nov and soon to be adopted.

Help for families dealing with Social Services in the United Kingdom

I know my baby was taken from me because I was too scared go into hospital whilst pregnant as I got diabetes when 7 months pregnant.  So Social Services took (Baby Stolen By Social Services) at birth. Had police at bedside days before her birth.

Had severe anxiety due to previous birth especially as baby nearly died. Please. Do something. I'm not scared and strong and determined.

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Veil of secrecy lifts slowly on decades of forced adoptions for unwed mothers around the globe.

on Fri, 12/20/2013 - 06:23
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Veil of secrecy lifts slowly on decades of forced adoptions for unwed mothers around the globe.

Adopted or abducted?

Most women describe giving birth to a child as a life changing experience – in a word – “challenging”, “joyous”, “miraculous.”  But generations of young, unwed women describe their experience of giving birth to a child as a nightmare – and decades later their suffering has yet to end.

From Australia to Spain, Ireland to America, and as recent as 1987, young mothers say they were “coerced”, “manipulated”, and “duped” into handing over their babies for adoption.

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FORCED ADOPTION A FAD OF THE PAST???? AUSTRALIA

on Sat, 12/14/2013 - 13:00
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Hi I am a woman from Melbourne. I have been researching the hell (perhaps literally) out of my sons birth in 2000 at a Very large hospital.

I had a lot of unanswered questions on how the child came to be suddenly small like a skinny adult cat , dysmorphic (deformed) and deemed on an ultrasound on my regular appointment (late over 40 week appointment) to be suddenly looking like a child that could suddenly die.

The child did die 6 days later. It was traumatic it was hell it was nasty it was horrendous and it was shocking enough I could hardly cope with thinking about it for years.

However

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VRATIMO MALU JOVANU! - Please return Jovana to the only family she has known

on Fri, 10/04/2013 - 09:16
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VRATIMO MALU JOVANU! - Please return Jovana to the only family she has known

Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Policy of the Republic of Serbia

Here is Jovana's Story!

Jovana's birth mother signed parental rights to Children Protective Services (CPS) immediately after giving birth. CPS placed 10-day-old Jovana in Srbijanka Marković's home as a foster child. Over the following two years, Jovana developed into a well-adjusted, healthy, thriving, toddler, with a strong family bonds to the Marković Family, residing in Smederevska Palanka, Serbia.

Two years later, on September 2, 2013, Jovana was removed [read; abducted] at the recommendation of psychologist Tanja

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Filipino parents fight to keep part-Métis foster child

on Sat, 09/28/2013 - 06:40
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 Filipino parents fight to keep part-Métis foster child

Note: Here we have another example of how not only does whatever CPS say... goes, but now the NGOs have more power than foster parents and parents, and to hell with common sense or humanity, what they say is the law. Surely this child will be traumatised if removed from the foster parents, and even the mother wants the child to stay with the foster parents. Read on and make up your own mind.

 

Two Winnipeg foster parents are waging an emotional legal battle to keep the child they have been raising for nearly two years.

The parents tell CBC News they fell in love with the 2½-year-old boy they

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Origins Australia (Forced Adoption Support Network) - Supporting People Separated by Adoption

on Mon, 06/03/2013 - 10:24
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Origins Australia (Forced Adoption Support Network) - Supporting People Separated by Adoption

Known Consequences of Separating Mother and Child at Birth

Adoption similar to a death

After their babies were taken mothers were left to get on with their lives as best they could, though it was known, at least as early as 1961 (Gough), that they would need to mourn their babies just as though they had lost them by death. This was acknowledged by Sister Borromeo in the Australian Journal of Social Work in 1968, and others wrote about the need for mothers to have support after their babies had been adopted, but this didn't happen.

 At the Fifth Australian Adoption Conference in Sydney in

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Australia The 10th Best Place To Be A Mother: Except When DoCS takes Your Child

on Sun, 05/12/2013 - 14:22
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Australia The 10th Best Place To Be A Mother: Except When DoCS takes Your Child

Australia The 10th Best Place To Be A Mother: Except When DoCS takes Your Child

I saw this on the news media the other night. What an amazing place to give birth, one of the safest places on Earth to give birth but unfortunately it is not safe for those of us who have been targeted by DoCS.

If you have been targeted by DoCS you are at risk when giving birth of having your child removed from the maternity ward on delivery.

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Twelve Signs that an Adoption Match May Fail

on Sun, 03/31/2013 - 20:09
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Twelve Signs that an Adoption Match May Fail

By the time that you are matched with an expectant woman who has chosen you to adopt her child, you want it to work. Oh boy, do

you ever want it to work. You want this relationship to work more than any other relationship in your life, other than your marriage (maybe). But thinking back to your dating days, we know that not all relationships are meant to work out. (Which, considering some of the guys I dated, is a darn good thing.)

We all know that the prospective birthmother has every right to change her mind.

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Adoption push could break up families unnecessarily, peers warn

on Tue, 03/19/2013 - 22:19
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Adoption push could break up families unnecessarily, peers warn

MICHAEL Gove’s drive to increase adoption rates could end up unnecessarily breaking up families, peers have warned.

Prioritising adoption over other forms of care could deprive grandparents and close family members of the opportunity to step in to bring children up when their birth parents are no longer able, they said.

The warning comes in a report into the Government’s adoption reforms by a special committee of peers chaired by Britain’s most senior authority on family law, Baroness Butler-Sloss, the former president of the High Court Family Division.

In a wide-ranging report published

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Social workers no longer obliged to promote contact with birth parents

on Tue, 02/12/2013 - 11:02
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Social workers no longer obliged to promote contact with birth parents

The government hopes new legislation will prevent birth parents from having unregulated contact with adopted and looked-after children. Social workers will no longer have a duty to promote contact between birth parents and children in care under new measures in the children and families bill, which was laid before parliament this week. Instead social workers will be obliged to ensure contact arrangements have “clear purpose”, as set out in the child’s care plan.

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