Petitioning SECRETARY-GENERAL BAN KI-MOON :Parental Alienation

Ask United Nations to Recognize Parental Alienation As Violence And Abuse Against Children



Ask United Nations to Recognize Parental Alienation As Violence And Abuse Against Children.

April 26th, 2013 

Committee on the Rights of the Child

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Ms Agnes Akousa Aidoo, Ms Amal Aldoseri, Ms Aseil Al-Shehail, Mr. Jorge Cardona LLorens, Ms Sara de Jesús Oviedo Fierro, Mr. Nernard Gastaud, Mr. Peter Gurán, Ms Maria Herczog, Ms Olga A. Khazova, Mr. Hatem Kotrane, Mr. Gehad Madi, Mr. Benyam Dawit Mezmur, Ms Yasmeen Muhamad Shariff, Mr. Wanderlino Nogueira Neto, Ms Maria Rita Parsi, Ms Kirsten Sandberg, Ms Hiranthi Wijemanne, Ms Renate Winter


Dear Members:4UN


As courtesy we are informing you, that a letter was sent to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon with copy to each one of the States Parties Member through their ambassadors in New York, U.S.A. In the correspondence, parents and grandparents, declared on April 25th, 2013 the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), all related articles and protocols null and void.


However as matter of ethics, the Declaration does not preclude members of the Committee from examining, applying and monitoring the rights and best interest to minors whose relatives are affiliated to United Nations. May we suggest restricting the scope of Recommendations to consanguineous sons, daughters and grandchildren of members of the Committee on the CRC, Secretary-General, Assembly General, Economic and Social Council, Non-government organizations and worldwide Child Protective social workers?


The universal character of Biological Parental Laws supersede and render obsolete national, international laws and treaties derived or associated to the unnatural Convention on the Rights of the Child. It is a Biological Laws that parents take precedent, above any other code of law or person, in the formative years of their children.


From this date on, parents and grandparents guided by nature inalienable rights are universally enforcing Biological Laws to reclaim, protect and nurture their children. Fathers and mothers have the right to exercise their moral obligation and responsibility without interferences from external predators. With that purpose at heart they intent to earnestly keep predators away from range of children.




Spotlight on: VIPER

Researching Reform

At Researching Reform we are in love with all things Kiddy, so when the very kind and hugely accomplished The Small Places, a blog started by Lucy Series, who is a socio-legal researcher with a PhD in Law, in hand and a special interest in legal capacity (amongst other things community care and human rights based) shared VIPER with us, we jumped at the chance to read all about it, and share it with you, too.

VIPER, which stands for Voice.Inclusion.Participation.Empowerment.Research, is a lottery funded three-year project designed to examine and improve young disabled people’s participation in decision-making about local services.

There are some great organisations working with VIPER, like The Children’s Society and the research looks thorough and very interesting. And being reptile fans here at RR, we absolutely love that they’ve chosen to make their acronym that of a snake – not only does the name…

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How to Get a Divorce- Mediation

A Better Divorce: Legally, Emotionally, Financially

This is the second in a multi-part series -How to Get a Divorce- Collaborative Divorce in Difficult Economic Times- on your options in the divorce process by A Better Divorce member, Christopher M. Moore of Moore, Bryan & Schroff LLP in Torrance, California.


Mediation is a popular alternative to litigation. It’s less expensive than using the court system and avoids court delays. The mediation process is confidential and nothing said there may be used later against you in court. It’s informal and can resolve cases quickly.

Mediation can have a downside. Anyone can call himself or herself a mediator. Ideally, the divorce mediator is an experienced divorce lawyer who is trained in mediation.

The potential for abuse is often cited as the most serious potential problem in mediation. A domineering spouse with a history of physical, verbal or mental abuse may propose mediation as a way to get…

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