Category Archives: Child Welfare

Major Court Victory in Landmark Lawsuit Asserting the Educational Rights of Native American Students


Major Court Victory in Landmark Lawsuit Asserting the Educational Rights of Native American Students STATEMENT OF PLAINTIFFS ON STEPHEN C. V. BIE MOTION TO DISMISS RULING On March 26, Plaintiffs won their first major court victory in Stephen C. v. Bureau of Indian Education, … Continue reading

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Mayor Joins Charities In Fight To Ensure No One Forced To Sleep Rough


  Mayor Joins Charities In Fight To Ensure No One Forced To Sleep Rough   Article Sourced From: http://www.london.gov.uk 15 December 2017 Sadiq links up with new alliance of charities and sets up single donation point for Londoners For the … Continue reading

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Many Organisations Claim To Be Charities Providing Charitable Services.


  Many Organisations Claim To Be Charities Providing Charitable Services.     Private Limited Company by guarantee without share capital use of ‘Limited’ exemption According to government figures, 4,751 people are sleeping rough in England – up 15% on last year.   … Continue reading

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Poppi Worthington WAS sexually abused before she died and only dad knows what happened – coroner’s crucial verdict


Poppi Worthington WAS sexually abused before she died and only dad knows what happened – coroner’s crucial verdict WARNING – EXPLICIT AND UPSETTING CONTENT: An inquest heard Cumbria Police’s investigation into the 13-month-old’s death was so botched vital evidence was … Continue reading

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Mother Goes Into Hiding To Stop Her Cancer-Stricken Son Having To Undergo Conventional Medical Treatment 


  Mother Goes Into Hiding To Stop Her Cancer-Stricken Son Having To Undergo Conventional Medical Treatment A mother in Britain, who was so desperate to stop her cancer-stricken son having to undergo conventional medical treatment that she went into hiding … Continue reading

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Black Nationalism (BN) – Health Activism


Black Nationalism (BN) – Health Activism GODWELL LTD. 1. Technology and Resources 2. Information Technology 3. Science, Method and Technology 4. Food and Society 5. Methods and Models 6. Science, Technology and Policy Studies 7. Health Promotion  Email ngozi353@gmail.com #Educational,  #political and philosophical. Through the … Continue reading

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How Do You Best Handle Personal Attacks Made On You Publicly?


  How Do You Best Handle Personal Attacks Made On You Publicly?   Source: IN THE MATTER OF G (a Child) RELEVANT CASE LAW. One reason that CPS workers can do such immeasurable and irrepairable harm to children and families … Continue reading

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Pedophile Priest With HIV who Raped 30 Children Forgiven by Church


Pedophile Priest With HIV who Raped 30 Children Forgiven by Church Source: Defining And Protecting Social Work Ethics. A Catholic Priest has been acquitted by the church after he admitted to raping almost 30 young girls aged between 5 and … Continue reading

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Why Should Judges Decide Matters Of Social Policy


  Why Should Judges Decide Matters Of Social Policy Why should judges decide matters of social policy [thrown up by human rights cases] at all? The political rights, Article 8 – 12, with the right set out in the first … Continue reading

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The Justice System | United Kingdom


The Justice System | United Kingdom Source: The Justice System And The Constitution The United Kingdom has three separate legal systems; one each for England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. This reflects its historical origins and the fact that … Continue reading

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