60 Years Pass Since Ratification Of European Convention On Human Rights

60 Years Pass Since Ratification Of European Convention On Human Rights

Baku. Victoria Dementieva- APA.  APA reports that the Convention, signed in Rome on November 1, 1950, entered into force on September 3, 1953

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Between 1618 and 1967 perhaps as many as 150,000 children, mainly in the care of poor law guardians or philanthropic organisations, were sent overseas unaccompanied by a parent to begin new lives in British colonies. Performance Report – Looked After Children 

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@martinnarey @wainewarren the State neglects its own population, takes their children away, and then says: “Lucky kids.”#Dickensian

Northampton Borough Council: UK secret family courts and the NOT so expert witnesses | Public Law Children Act Cases




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