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Posts Tagged ‘ children’s rights ’

NCFM Member Elijah Ward, the third installment in a continuing series, “How to Eat a Guardian ad Litem for lunch”

October 27, 2012
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After the fathers in New Hampshire got together in recent years via social media, we came to realize that even though the facts of our cases were different, the courts treated our cases in similar ways.  Sequential actions were conducted that first took our children away in secret hearings that we had no recourse...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Child Custody, Children's' Rights, Corruption, Courts Family, Elijah Ward | 1 Comment »

Circumcsion compromise reached in Germany

October 9, 2012
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Three months after circumcision ban, German government to legalize rite Cabinet will approve a bill allowing professionally trained mohels to perform brit mila The Times of Israel By Raphael Ahren October 4, 2012 The German government is set to pass legislation that would legalize ritual circumcisions if they are performed by a medical professional,...
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Posted in Action, Activities, Circumcision, Discrimination Against Males, Health Boys, Health Children, Shameful, Victim Male | 5 Comments »

NCFM PR Director Steven Svoboda, Neonatal Circumcision Violates Children’s Rights, Needlessly Amputating Functional Tissue

September 12, 2012
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NCFM NOTE:  Mr. Svoboda is one of the world’s leading anti-circumcision experts and advocates. He is a Human Rights Attorney and President of Attorneys for the Rights of Children. You can follow his work more closely at the ARC website. Neonatal Circumcision Violates Children’s Rights, Needlessly Amputating Functional Tissue The long awaited circumcision policy...
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Posted in Activities, Circumcision, Discrimination Against Boys, Discrimination Against Males, Discrimination Against Men, Health Men, Steven Svoboda, Esq. | 3 Comments »