All Blog Posts Tagged 'abuses' (9)

American Novelist Talia Carner: "The Scandal In Our Own Backyard"

American Journalist Talia Carner: The Scandal in Our Own Backyard



http://www.vibrantn ation.com/ interviews/ 2008/08/26/ the-scandal- in-our-own- backyard/



The scandal in our own backyard by Talia Carner

Talia Carner, a novelist and an advocate for child victims of the legal system, is the author of Puppet Child, a legal drama about a mother trying to save her daughter from the legal system’s justice. Learn more by visiting her website, www.TaliaCarner.… Continue

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U.S. Justice Department files 40 page brief Against Murdered Abused Children OF Battered Mother In International Human Rights Court...

Human Rights Court Say US Didn’t help Battered Mother & Murdered Abused



..> IACHR-update; Jessica Gonzales v. U.S. - Favorable Admissibility Decision





Below is an email from Carrie Bettinger-Lopez, our co-counsel on Jessica Gonzales' case before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, with an update about recent developments.



Sandra Park, Staff Attorney

Women's Rights Project | American Civil Liberties Union

125 Broad Street, 18th… Continue

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For Sale: American Murdered, Abused Children OF Battered Mothers In America

Human Rights Court Affirms A Failure To Protect.



Mother’s File International Complaint Against United States, violation human rights of abused



www.StopFamilyViolence.org



MOTHERS FILE INTERNATIONAL COMPLAINT AGAINST UNITED STATES Mother's day complaint claims United States courts violate human rights of abused women and children. NEW YORK, On May 11, just before Mother's Day weekend, ten mothers, one victimized child, now an adult, leading national and state… Continue

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The American Agency The National Organization OF Women "Disorder In The Courts I"

F m i l y L a w : D is o r d e r i n t h e C o u r t s



Introduction

By Helen Grieco, Rachel Allen and Jennifer Friedlin



The National Organization for Women (NOW) is the country's largest and longest running women's rights organization. NOW is committed to fighting discrimination against women and girls, and ensuring their equality in every aspect of society. NOW is structured in chapters, and California NOW (CA NOW) is the largest chapter in the country, with 100,000… Continue

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The American College California State University, The Book "Disorder In The Courts II",A Study of Judicial Abuse

Blog Disoder In the Courts II



Protective Mothers in Child Custody

Disputes: A Study of Judicial Abuse



By Geraldine Butts Stahly, PH.D., Linda Krajewski, Bianca Loya, Linda Krajewski, Bianca

Loya, Kyra Dotter, Kimberly Evans, Wesley Farris, Felicia Frias, Grace German, Nancy Stuebner,

Kiranjeet Uppal, And Jenna Valentine



California State University, San Bernardino

Abstract



This project is a pilot study of a national survey… Continue

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The American College Northeastern University Press The Book "From Madness To Mutiny"

From Madness to Mutiny

Why Mothers Are Running from the Family Courts -- and What Can Be Done about It

Amy Neustein, Michael Lesher



Northeastern Series on Gender, Crime, and Law

Northeastern University Press

University Press of New England

2005 • 316 pp. 6 x 9"

Gender Studies / Law





"This book is essential reading for any health or mental health professional or legal advocate for children."—Family Violence and Sexual Assault… Continue

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The American Documentary "Small Justice"

The Making of the Documentary Small Justice

By Garland Waller



Diane Hofheimer, a paralegal and child advocate, handed me the VHS tape with a warning: The video would chill me to the bone. She told me itshowed a three-year-old girl clinging to a banister, begging not to be sent to live with her father.As Diane explained, a family court judge had awarded custody of this little girl to her dad despite evidence that he had sexually abused her. The thought of this made my skin crawl… Continue

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RE: The American PBS Documentary "Breaking The Silence The Childrens Stories"

What Breaking the Silence Means

By Dominique Lasseur



Documentary film producer Dominique Lasseur set out to explore the failures of the family court system in "Breaking the Silence: Children's Stories." But when public television broadcast the program in the fall of 2005, the father's rightsmovement was quick to react with scathing criticism and a deluge of viewer complaints. What compelled you to take on this issue? We didn't set out to produce a piece about custody issues. We… Continue

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The American Stockhom Syndrom (abused children(victoms))

The Stockhom Syndrom (abused children(victoms))



An Introduction To Stockholm Syndrome

People are often amazed at their own psychological conditions and reactions. Those with depression are stunned when they remember they've thought of killing themselves. Patients recovering from severe psychiatric disturbances are often shocked as they remember their symptoms and behavior during the episode. A patient with Bipolar Disorder recently told me "I can't believe I thought I could… Continue

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