Zice că au pierdut un caz. Să vedem dacă se vor conforma. Nu ar fi prima oară când încalcă hotărâri judecătorești.
Semnalul de alarma a fost tras in 2014 de parlamentarul norvegian Oyvind Habrekke.
Øyvind Håbrekke este un politician norvegian, partidul crestin-democrat. El a crescut în Ashford si este în prezent stabilit la Oslo. El a fost consilier si secretar de stat în guvernul Bondevik II si a fost membru al comitetului central al partidului 2003-2009. (Sursa)
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Esecul notiunilor de baza dupa care functioneaza sistemul de bunastarea copilului se va prabusi, a spus Oyvind Habrekke , care face parte din Partidul Crestin Democratic si este membu in Parlamentul Norvegiei.
Un numar de propuneri legislative de modificare a Legii de protectia copilului sunt acum introduse pentru consultare, iar timpul primaverii urmatoare guvernul va veni cu o noua hartie alba cu privire la protectia copilului.
Oyvind Habrekke, este si membru al comitetului de familie din KrF. El se teme ca revizuirea guvernamentala al serviciului de protectia…
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Da, ne-au călcat azi! Am lipsit pentru o oră şi jumătate, între 10.50 şi 12.20. Atît. Ziua în amiaza-mare. Prima a ajuns acasă soţia mea. A deschis uşa şi a văzut toată casa întoarsă pe dos şi s-a întrebat: „Oare ce-o fi căutat Marius aşa de ardent?”.
După ce a văzut mai multe lucruri răsturnate, şi-a dat seama ce s-a întîmplat, s-a întors pe hol, a încercat să ia legătura cu vecinii, apoi m-a sunat pe mine. De obicei nu răspund cînd sînt în şedinţe, dar acum am avut o presimţire că ceva rău s-a întîmplat. Am răspuns.
„Marius, cred că cineva ne-a jefuit casa”
am auzit vocea ei de un calm care nu avea nicio legătură cu cele spuse şi evenimentele dramatice pe care tocmai le descria, o pace care venea de dincolo de imediat şi curent.
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Elevii de la Liceul de Arte „Marin Sorescu” au organizat, astăzi, o actiune de sustinere a familiei Bodnariu, căreia autoritătile din Norvegia i-a luat cei cinci copii. Elevii speră să sensibilizeze autoritatile din această tară si micutii să ajungă înapoi în sânul familiei. În cadrul manifestării de sustinere a familiei Bodnariu, copiii au prezentat un program artistic.
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power. Too much power lies within Barnevernet where the same people alike can takethe role of adviser and helper, and then for the next moment be the ones deciding onthe destiny of the child. A possible care order is determined by the County Council forChild Welfare and Social Affairs, but the relevant examiner’s child welfare report addsgreat weight to this decision. Parents must prove their ability to provide care in courtagainst Barnevernet’s own officer. Therefore, the legal system works in a completeopposite way. It goes without saying that one should be considered innocent untilproven guilty.But once a parent first loses custody, it is very difficult to get the children back. At greatdespair, the family can contact the media, but Barnevernet insists on confidentiality andtherefore in most cases these allegations are never heard. These confidentiality rulesmake it difficult to assess what really happened in case. Therefore the case will nevercome to light.The fact that child welfare lacks transparency and can act as a „police state”, hascreated headlines around the world. People are afraid that their children will be takenaway from them unless they understand what they may have done wrong and withoutthat they cannot defend themselves. This particularly applies to foreign families. The„Norwegian-System” is hard enough to maneuver for a normal Norwegian. For a foreignfamily who may have not yet mastered the language, a sudden meeting withBarnevernet is perceived not only as traumatic, but completely incomprehensible. Itmust be easier to get information about what is meant by „good care” when one lives inNorway. Where is this information and who ensures that it is given? Is this somethingwe could achieved through political means in order to avoid more unfortunatemisunderstandings in the future?The family tiesIn a serious situation where children’s lives and health are considered in danger,therefor we have to accept emergency intervention to protect children. This will be donewith respect for family privacy and with great care for the little ones. But one shouldnever underestimate the familial and biological ties as a basic value in a child’s life.These ties are not easily replaced by a new adult person. On this basis, we believe thatit should take an exceptional situation for a child to be placed with anyone other thanclose family and friends, and in the same community, although there could be solutionsthat are apparently of better quality. Barnevernet is obligated to follow the biologicalprinciple, but yet we see in the cases that come into the media spotlight, that this is notalways the case. We read about families who could have avoided the pain of beingseparated if the family only received offers of help in the home. What fails in these kindof cases?In addition, children who need it, should be offered immediate trauma treatment, atreatment where emotions are processed in a sustainable way. We as a society mustnot accept that traumatized children be medicated, just because we do not havesufficient resources to work thru the real problems. These children need trustees to talk
to professionals with trauma understanding. Here we have politicians that see the needto increase the financial framework for mental health services and gladly earmark thosefor children and adolescents in child welfare care.Medication and trauma understandingIt is natural to put a lid on emotions that are too painful to feel at the moment they arecreated. Small pain may be held down with light stimuli, such as sugar and smoke.Stronger pain requires heavier stimuli to keep „the lid on.” Drugs and alcohol, can all beused to self-medicate. One can criminalize such behavior, or we can look at the realneeds and ask for help. What these children and young people need is help to loosenthe lid in a controlled manner by releasing emotions that have been repressed, alongwith a confident adult person who actually understand the process and what goes on.Such redemption often comes only when someone cares, without rejecting or suddenabdication. A hug, a listening ear, someone who is not trying to „fix a” but just beingpresent. Sometimes it can start with an outburst of anger. Then you have to endure thruit without using overwhelming force, if you really want to help.We heard in Ida’s story that someone reached out to her and endured her pain betterthan others. For the children to regain confidence and grow to become people in life,they must have such an attitude repeated over time. People with respect, empathy andtime are those that prove to really be able to help. Then, the amount of accumulatedemotions decreased. Penalties and enforcement gives the opposite effect and onlybuilds up even more pain. This can also confirm the child’s own reflections on that thereis an even that is failing. The children often notoriously blame themselves for what goeswrong around them.Human careIt is thus obvious that education alone is not enough, one must also have the properrelational competence, great capacity for empathy and love to their own experiences todraw on. Here we need more resources to appropriate employees who dare to stand intough conditions, but which also has the care and the personal qualities needed toaccommodate traumatized children. Too often such institutions staffed with unqualifiedpersonnel and assistants.The institutions themselves, should also see if they can work in a different way. Why dowe have so many big institutions when we know that what children and youth need istransparency, confidence and a way to deal with their issues? We must see that there isa need for more small institutions, which operated as home, with safe grown peopleready to really look after their best interests. In addition, there is a great shortage offoster homes across the country. How can we increase the number of foster and allowinstitutional be absolutely the last resort? It’s no good to just criticize child welfare work.Such articles are plentiful. Now they have to find solutions and put money on the table.We as politicians can not speculate anymore – we must act!
New times – new child careIt is about time that we look with fresh eyes at the way we treat the weakest in oursociety. Barnevernet and its system must be changed around and reflect a new age. Allhuman beings have an intrinsic value. We should recognize the important jobBarnevernet performs. Whoever saves lives and helps families to a better life. There isno doubt that the child does a lot right. But we must focus our vision on that which fails.We know that enforcement creates trauma and is deeply damaging both for theindividual concerned and for society. Forced situations also require immediateemergency assistance for children and their parents. When children or parents do notgive up without a fight, it goes without saying that something may be wrong. A systemthat acts as the public caregiver must be based on love and respect for man. It goeswithout saying – but it is not always the reality.Transparency gives confidenceWe must put in place a democratic separation of powers around decisions in child care,so that the sovereign people can control our government. Secrecy can no longer be anobstacle to this. There are many ways to anonymize these cases. How it works now,most cases processed finished in a judicial system that may base their decisions onerroneous or subjective information, and the people have the ability to control. We needto take this debate on how power should be exercised in the future and what offers wewill have for families and children in need.Barnevernet relies on the confidence of the population. It is trust that shouldcharacterize its work, not dread. To achieve this, we must also listen to the employeeswithin the social services, those who know where the shoe pinches. And mostimportantly we must listen to welfare pros , to these children and young people whohave been in the child welfare system, which states: „Children and young people havethe msot knowledge about their life. They are as much worth as adults. They need loveand need to be believed and taken seriously. ”A system that has as its highest goal to protect children’s best interests, must reflectthis. Child Welfare Act must be amended so that a distribution of power is introduced.We need an external body that represents the people, the hiring process in child welfarethat reflects the work seriously and financial framework confirms the important workbeing done.As elected representatives of the Green Party we ask that both the local and nationallevel to initiate a process immediately to restructure the child welfare services in Norway.htpps://rodiagnusdei.wordpress.com/