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Australian Institute of Family Studies - Do some proper research on child protection in Australia

on Mon, 05/12/2014 - 02:52
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Australian Institute of Family Studies - Do some proper research on child protection in Australia

AUSTRALIA ONLY!
I have just written to Australian Institute of Family Studies.  If we could all write our stories and send them, perhaps the Australian Institute of Family Studies may actually do some research regarding the flip side of child protection in Australia.. I would really like to compile some stories specifically about the harsher cases of abuse in care or where actual evidence is available of corruption and fraud by CPS. Please PM me if you can contribute.

To Whom It May Concern,

I have been reading some articles regarding Care and Protection in Australia.

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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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Foster youth switch schools at huge rate

on Sat, 09/28/2013 - 08:42
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Foster youth switch schools at huge rate

Foster care children most vulnerable to school failure, drop out

It’s well known that foster youth change schools more frequently than other students, but a new study using pioneering data analysis shows foster youth are more than twice as likely to switch schools as their classmates.

Researchers at UC Berkeley’s Center for Social Services Research and at the Institute for Evidence-Based Change, a nonprofit based in Encinitas, found that about 95 percent of foster youth changed schools the first year they were placed in care compared to 37 percent to 38 percent of students in a comparison

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CFCA information exchange - We want figures that tell the truth about corrupt child protection

on Mon, 04/22/2013 - 19:14
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CFCA information exchange - We want figures that tell the truth about corrupt child protection
Dear Michael
 
Thank you for your email. I'm sorry that you found our publication of little help and misleading. 
 
Your questions are complex and there is little or no research that has been conducted on many of the topics you raise. Our fact sheets are designed to summarise existing research into useable and simple fact sheets - if the research doesn't exist, we're unable to provide it. However, where available we will take your suggestions on board for topics to prioritise for future research, time and resources permitting.

 
Some of the questions we know there are no published data at
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Research to ASK FAMILIES and CHILDREN ABOUT INDEPENDENT CHILDREN’s LAWYERS

on Fri, 05/25/2012 - 12:13

MEDIA RELEASE

25 May 2012

Research to ASK FAMILIES and CHILDREN
ABOUT INDEPENDENT CHILDREN’s LAWYERS

Attorney-General Nicola Roxon today announced a new research project into whether Independent Children’s Lawyers are effective when representing children in family law cases. 

The Attorney explained the project will provide a better understanding of how Independent Children’s Lawyers can best help achieve positive results for children.

“Independent Children’s Lawyers are an important part of Australia’s family law system,” Ms Roxon said.

“However, there has been a longstanding call for

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Fostering discrimination through lies

on Sun, 03/11/2012 - 22:34
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In 2009, the Australian Civil Service, comprised of hundreds of careered bureaucrats and public academics, assembled a publicly funded organization called The National Council’s Plan for Australia to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children. This organization was formed along ideological lines, as is evident in the name. The phrase “women and their children” indicating a strong suggestion of a concept of family which excludes fathers as a part.

This council included a dozen members who authored a 204 page rationale and set of recommendations for sweeping changes to Australian domestic