Petition to Waterford junville court, Superior court of new london, Senator heather sommers all senators
help my son baby "dylan"(real name being private for his safety) get justice
my son baby dylan was abused in a dcf approved foster home after he was stolen from me . i begged dcf to check on him and with my concerns for monthes , they just laughted and ingorened the signs by the time they listened it was almost to late his bones were broken , lost 23 pounds and only weighted 17 pounds at age 19 monthes. dcf wouldnt let me stay more than two hours a day while he was in the hospital with noone most of the time for dcf wouldnt allow anyone of his family be there for him . crystal magee his fostermom is facing trial but we fear she will be set free and is free now while my son faces life time injuries for what she did and dcf workers incharge got a way with a slap on the wrist please help me get justice for my son he needs to come home and so does his five siblings and they wont let him
Petition to waterford juniville court, Senator heather sommers, Attorney ryan k, Attorney phammond, Attorney lisa vincent, Law office of attorney lisa vi cent, Lori hellum
return gabby ,mason,dallas,lillyana,zuri church home to mom
my husband and i got our beautiful amazing kids stolen from us for lies that we had a dirty home , my mental health , and housing unstablity and that my kids were in immediate danger. my court appointed attorney bullied me into commitenment saying that it will get my kids home faster. all the steps dcf asked me to do and the court asked me to do has been done for almost two years now. my children are suffering at the hands of dcf here in ct. my son d known as baby dlyan here in ct almost lost his life because of dcf , he was almost straved , beaten , they allow my rapist around my daughter lilly even knowing hes on drugs, they changed my kids birth certifcate without allowing me to fight it. all my kids suffer from emotional trauma and just want to come home and be with eachother and mommy and daddy. i been emotionally belittled by dcf beaten verbally . they havent been documenting my case for almost 7 months but claim we didnt make enough progress. please help me end my familys specially my five little ones suffering and get them home and i promise to help others in this fight.
Petition to European Commission, Council of the European Union, European Ombudsman
Introduce the Joint Physical Custody Presumption in Europe
Women and men, mothers and fathers are made to complement each other, and more importantly, children need both parents. Millions European citizens, be they grandmothers or grandfathers, mothers or fathers, aunts or uncles, have suffered the loss of children they love and care deeply about, as a result of misguided laws and obsolete family court practices in many European countries. The lack of legislation to support and encourage the Shared Parenting (called also joint physical custody or joint custody with alternating residence) is an issue which knows no bounds. It affects families from all countries, regardless how poor or how wealthy they are. It affects annually millions of children in Europe, regardless their race, ethnicity or gender. The issue transcends all demographics and is widespread across Europe. Experience from “advanced” countries like Sweden, Denmark or Belgium shows that children benefit most from the active involvement of both parents regardless of their marital status. The government policies and laws must be structured in such a way as to maximize the opportunity of all parents to contribute to the social, emotional, intellectual, physical, moral and spiritual development of their children. Across Europe, a growing number of children are being raised without the benefit of meaningful engagement with both parents and of their extended families. As contemporary research conclusively demonstrates, a child who effectively loses one of his or her parents through a custody decision is a child at risk for a number of negative personal and social outcomes. There is also a growing medical evidence that such “legal decisions” have long term negative impact on the health of the involved children. Research also proves that, although children want a relationship with both their parents regardless of marital status, healthy bonding with a non-residential parent is impossible without a substantial amount of time spent in that parent’ s physical presence. In the context of the European Commission initiative to upgrade the Brussels II Legislation, Colibri (The European Platform for Joint Custody Co-Parenting & Childhood) asks for changes in the Family Law to be implemented across Europe. Such changes should ensure that regardless of the place where they live and what is their nationality, children of Europe will have the opportunity to remain fully engaged with both their parents into adulthood. The people endorsing this statement know that not all children can have full access to both parents, and we know that not all parents are fit to raise their children. But we also know that far too many good, willing and fit parents are removed from their children’s lives by unfriendly family courts, obsolete policies and laws that undermine family integrity and autonomy. Parental separation should not spell the end of a relationship between a child and one of its parents. Forced separation from one’s own flesh and blood in the absence of abuse is morally wrong and socially irresponsible. That is why we support equally shared parenting concept (joint physical custody) as the default arrangement for separating parents of minor children." We invite European citizens, regardless their gender, to sign this petition. Go to www.childefenders.com to read more about Colibri’s position on this matter. Catalin Bogdan, VP (on behalf of Colibri Federation)
Petition to Members of the Community Action Agency (CAA) Board
Save the Esplanade House
Dear Members of the Community Action Agency (CAA) Board- The Esplanade House Non-Profit Children’s Fund Board, as well as concerned community members, respectfully request that you evaluate, fully and transparently, the allegations from the community regarding mismanagement of the Esplanade House under the current CAA Chief Executive Officer. Per CAA’s website: “The Board is legally and morally responsible for all activities of the Agency. The Board is solely responsible for determining agency policy, approving the annual budget and determining the goals of the agency.” (source: https://www.buttecaa.com/board-of-directors/ We believe strongly that there are clear moral issues, as well as potential legal issues that need to be fully examined by the CAA board, in a thorough, methodical, and perhaps most importantly, transparent manner. We understand that such a review will require a significant investment of time and resources, but to fail to investigate these concerns is for the board to fall short of fulfilling their duties. We request that the CAA board: 1. Review the letters, comments and concerns of current and former employees, as extensively documented by the Non-Profit Children’s Fund board. These issues go far beyond a few disgruntled employees – the concerns expressed are consistent and constitute a pattern of intentional, severe, recurring and pervasive hostility to former female employees that interfered with their ability to perform their job. This hostile work environment goes back literally decades. We also request that the board reach out to current and past employees to ascertain the full nature and severity of these issues. 2. Conduct an independent review of internal processes and an independent financial audit, as well as an independent compliance audit of all grants received by CAA over the last 15 years. 3. Immediately return the buildings on the Esplanade House site to their stated uses, to bring the Esplanade House and CAA into compliance with their loan documents. 4. If the board is unwilling to do these things, we ask that they turn over management of the Esplanade House to another non-profit organization. The Esplanade House has provided critical housing and support to homeless families in the North State for over 25 years. Time and time again their work in our community has truly changed lives. It’s time to take action to protect this vital community resource, to ensure it remains a force for good in our community for the next 25 years.