Schlagwort: Human Rights

Norwegian authorities care very little about children’s rights

Olav Terje Bergo, former editor-in-chief and CEO at Bergensavisen (BA), highlights the fact that most human rights lawyers in Norway care very little about children’s rights, and that Norway’s defensive response to the crushing defeats at the European… Mehr erfahren

Open Letter to the Norwegian Embassy in Vienna

Open Letter to the Honorable Kjersti Ertresvaag Andersen, Ambassador of the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Vienna Vienna, 7. December 2019 Dear Madam Ambassador, sadly, again we are protesting at the Norwegian Embassy in Vienna on behalf of the… Mehr erfahren

Norway’s proposed new law on the rights of children

Norway’s proposed new child welfare law is likely to deepen the crisis in which Norway currently finds itself in. If this proposed new law is implemented it will enable further overreach into family life in Norway. The proposed… Mehr erfahren

PLACED IN DANGER AND HIDDEN FROM VIEW

Norway’s government office for children and family affairs, purposely puts children into environments that are knowingly dangerous and neglectful. Negative information about the foster/emergency home is then omitted from reports. According to Asle Hansen in his article  “Dangerous… Mehr erfahren

MANY ISSUES TO ADDRESS

Norwegian lawyer Preben Kløvfjell states in an article titled “Many issues to address”, that Norway’s Child Welfare System (NCWS), Barnevernet, must tackle some very important questions. Many issues to address. By Preben Kløvfjell. We must dare to challenge… Mehr erfahren

Not everyone is celebrating Norway’s Constitution Day

Today in Norway many children will be expected to celebrate Norway’s Constitution Day, the official national holiday, without their parents. Some of the children celebrating today would have been needlessly removed from their families within the last few… Mehr erfahren

Update from the court trial on 29.-30. April 2019

Update April 2019

On 29.-30. April 2019 Amy and Kevin had an other court trial in Farsund / Norway to regain custody or to get at least visitation rights back to be able to see their son Tyler. Norwegian family rights… Mehr erfahren

Emergency placements down in Norway. Should we start to celebrate?

Going by the latest official figures, emergency placements in Norway have reduced from 1,804 in 2017 to 1,583 in 2018. Should we be celebrating this reduction in emergency placements of children? Emergency placements, where children are taken away… Mehr erfahren

A never-ending struggle that is becoming increasingly difficult

In his article “A never-ending struggle that is becoming increasingly difficult”, Norwegian lawyer, Erlend Liaklev Andersen encourages parents not to give up fighting for their children. Andersen recognises that Norway’s child welfare system, is a system of obstruction… Mehr erfahren

Norwegian children not treated like human beings by Barnevernet

If you really want to know what’s happening in Norway’s Child Welfare System, Barnevernet, you MUST READ the transcript of this recent interview. Shocking and disturbing and sadly common. Two weeks ago specialist psychologist Ester Solberg was interviewed… Mehr erfahren