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Haig Report Exposing Corruption Now on Twitter

on Tue, 08/06/2013 - 04:37
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DoCS is only part of the problem.  The Big Problem is the "government mafia" aka the "public sector mafia". Judges, the courts, lawyers, police, parliamentarians, DPP, public defenders, RSPCA,  and other "entities" are part of this "government mafia".  These entities are invariably part of the public sector, or are connected in some substantial way to the public sector.  The government mafia occurs in so many different jurisdictions, just as DoCS does.

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Australian Lawyers for Human Rights

on Thu, 05/09/2013 - 13:52
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Australian Lawyers for Human Rights

Australian Lawyers for Human Rights

Australian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR) is a network of Australian lawyers active in practising and promoting awareness of international human rights standards in Australia. ALHR has a national membership of over 2,500 people, with active National, State and Territory committees.

Through training, information, submissions and networking, ALHR promotes the practice of human rights law in Australia. ALHR has extensive experience and expertise in the principles and practice of international law, and human rights law in Australia.

ALHR is a member of the

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The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) - Two Historic Updates

on Thu, 05/09/2013 - 07:38
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The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) - Two Historic Updates
Child Sacrifice and Trafficking in Holland, and Abroad: An Eyewitness Comes Forward and Names her Torturers
 
An Exclusive Breaking News Report from ITCCS Central Office and its Dutch Affiliates
 
 
May 8, 2013: Zwolle, Holland:
 
A survivor of a high-level ring involving child sacrifice, torture and trafficking went public today in an exclusive disclosure and interview with Freedom Central's Mel Ve and ITCCS Field Secretary Kevin Annett.
 
Toos Nijenhuis, a fifty four year old physiotherapist and mother of five from Holland, was tortured,
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Disability Rights International

on Sat, 02/23/2013 - 22:55
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Disability Rights International Children

DRI protects the human rights of children and adults with disabilities worldwide.

The only way most children with disabilities leave institutions is when they die -- this is why we need your support for the Worldwide Campaign to End the Institutionalization of Children.

About

DRI protects the human rights of children and adults with disabilities worldwide.
Mission

Disability Rights International is dedicated to promoting the human rights and full participation in society of people with disabilities worldwide.

Our Worldwide Campaign to End the Institutionalization of Children seeks

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HOW THE BILL OF RIGHTS CAN BEST PROTECT AND PROMOTE THE RIGHTS OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE IN NORTHERN IRELAND

on Thu, 12/06/2012 - 10:41
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Protecting Ireland's Children Help children parents families fight social services

 

LEARNING FROM INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE EXPERIENCE OF OTHER JURISDICTIONS


DR URSULA KILKELLY
NOVEMBER 2005


INTRODUCTION

This paper analyses how the potential of Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland can be maximised in order to best protect and promote the rights of children and young people.

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International adoptions plummet globally

on Sat, 05/19/2012 - 14:08

HANOI, Vietnam — The number of international adoptions has plummeted to its lowest point in 15 years.

The steep decline is attributed largely to crackdowns against baby-selling, a sputtering world economy and efforts by countries to place more children with domestic families.

Adoptions expert Peter Selman at Britain's Newcastle University has compiled statistics showing that the number of orphans being adopted globally by foreign parents has dropped from a high of 45,000 in 2004 to an estimated 25,000 last year.

Some adoption advocates argue that the decrease also is linked to strict