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Articles About "Children's Rights"

Court of Appeals Rejects Own Panel's Decision; Agrees to Review Right to Sue for Child Welfare Refor
PRESS RELEASE Children's Rights, Inc. wins chance to argue federal law can be used to reform child welfare system in D.C. and elsewhere. The U.S. District Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia rejected on Friday a previous decision of it's own three-judge panel. The District Court agreed...
Media Advisory on Charlie and Nadine H. v Whitman
PRESS RELEASE Judge to hear arguments in federal lawsuit seeking reform of New Jersey's child welfare system WHAT: Oral Arguments by attorneys for children to certify the federal lawsuit, Charlie and Nadine H. v. Whitman, as a class action. WHO: Hon. J. Garrett E. Brown, Jr. will hear...
Judge Upholds Foster Children's Legal Claims: Orders Case to Proceed to Trial on Behalf of All Fulto
PRESS RELEASE Federal Judge Marvin H. Shoob of the United States District Court in the Northern District of Georgia rejected today the State and Fulton and DeKalb Counties' effort to throw out of court a lawsuit seeking to reform foster care in those two counties and upheld the legal rights of...
Court Approves New Plan Requiring Connecticut Child Welfare System to Meet Specific Improvements for
Specific improvements in safety and services required by 2006 (Bridgeport, CT, December 29, 2003) A new plan has been ordered by the federal judge overseeing the longstanding federal civil rights lawsuit on behalf of abused and neglected children in Connecticut known as the Juan F. case. The new...

"Children's Rights" in the News

NGOs: Children's rights forgotten in election manifestos
A number of NGOs have pointed out that children's rights to education and healthcare are not considered an election issue by parties, but should be.
Violated children get new path to rights thanks to Canadian champion
UNDATED, - A Canadian woman who has campaigned eight years to bolster children's rights around the world is celebrating a landmark addition to international law, although her own country has yet to get on board. Sara Austin, from Woodbridge, Ont., addressed a special event at United Nations...
Selena Gomez Is Beautiful in Black at Alliance for Children's Rights Dinner
A beauty in Beverly Hills! Wearing a gorgeous black dress and a pair of high heels, Selena Gomez proved to be just that while attending The Alliance for Children's Rights 22nd annual...
Pope asks for forgiveness for sexual abuse of children by priests
Pope Francis told a group of children's rights workers that he felt compelled to "personally ask for forgiveness" for the damage priests have done for having sexually abused children. The pontiff has been criticized for not taking a strong enough stand on clerical sexual abuse. Allen...

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"Children's Rights" in the Adoption Blogs

Adoption celebration follow-through
November 7, 2007, 5:00 am
It's Adoption Week in the UK, and with that information is pouring out around the country aimed at dispelling myths that may keep people from considering joining the ranks of adoptive parents. The BBC is saying that adoption rights are 'misunderstood' , and given the news that has come out of...
Kazakhstan Adoption Remains Closed
December 30, 2011, 7:26 am
It has been way to long since I touched base with you on adoption from Kazakhstan. I wish I had information of great changes but that is not the case. At this point, Kazakhstan is not in an adoption relationship with the United States as they are seeking Hague Convention status and have not...
November 20th Is National Adoption Day
November 19, 2010, 5:30 am
On November 20, 2010 thousands of parents and children will finalize adoptions. Created in 2000 by the Alliance for Children's Rights, National Adoption Day unites children from foster care with forever adoptive families. More than 30,000 children have been adopted from foster care on National...
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Web Results for "Children's Rights"

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SB1192eng 98TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY
1 (c-3) The General Assembly recognizes the need to identify : 2: military veterans living in this State for the purpose of : 3: ensuring that they receive all of the services and benefits to
Senate Bill 0878 - Welcome : Online Sunshine
Senate Bill 0878 CODING: Words stricken are deletions; words underlined are additions. Florida Senate - 1999 SB 878 By Senator Myers 27-463-99 1 A bill to be entitled 2 An act relating to health care; transferring 3 ...
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