NCHR Celebrates International Family Day, 2019

NCHR Celebrates International Family Day,
May 15, 2019

 

 


2019 marks the 25th anniversary of the UN International Family Year and today is the International Family Day
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The United Nations has declared May 15 as the International Family Day.
The UN has consecrated this special day, every year, to emphasize the importance of the Family to all societies - including our Nordic countries.

International Family Day is celebrated around the world in different ways.

This year's theme is "Families and climate action: Focus on SDG13".
NCHR therefore wishes to remind us all that the Family is the corner stone of society. Without well-functioning families, society becomes chaotic.
Our Nordic communities are living affirmations of this assertion.

In Sweden and our neighbouring Nordic countries, International Family Day is ignored with absolute possible silence.

 

 

The United Nations has consecrated May 15 as International Family Day and the world celebrates Family, the corner stone of society, on this day.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 12, guarantees everyone the following basic Human Rights:

 "No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks."

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The NCHR Celebrates Human Rights Day - 2018

The NCHR Celebrates Human Rights Day - 2018

70 Years of Human Rights - 1948 - 2018
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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights commemorates its 70th Anniversary on Human Rights Day, 10 December 2018.

 

On December 10, 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UDHR, which has become the universal standard for defending and promoting Human Rights.

 

UN Secretary General message - Human Rights Day 2018

 

 

pdfThe NCHR Celebrates Human Rights Day - 2018

 

In Memory of Nancy Schaefer

In Memory of Nancy Schaefer

Senator Nancy Schaefer, 1937 - 2010
Today, eight years ago, some cowardly human traffickers killed the NCHR's friend, former Georgia State Senator Nancy Schaefer and her husband, Bruce Schaefer.
The criminals try to conceal their crime by claiming that Bruce Schaefer murdered his wife and then committed suicide.
But, we who know Nancy Schaefer's and her husband's work, we know that the killers are to be found outside the Schaefer family.
Since yesterday, March 25, 2018, Memorial Ceremonies and Rallies are being held all over the USA to commemorate Nancy Schaefer.
The NCHR honours our friend, former Georgia State Senator Nancy Schaefer and her husband, Bruce Schaefer.
Please read: pdfNCHR Lifetime Achievement Awards 2017

Protection of children and families

The Nordic Committee for Human Rights
welcomes All to 2018!
A New Year in the struggle to protect children’s and families’ Rights against arbitrary care orders and foster home placements.

The NCHR Celebrates Human Rights Day - 2017

The NCHR Celebrates Human Rights Day - 2017

69 Years of Human Rights - 1948 - 2017.


The Universal Declaration of Human Rights commemorates its 69th Anniversary on Human Rights Day, 10 December 2017.

 

On December 10, 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UDHR, which has become the universal standard for defending and promoting Human Rights.

Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

pdfThe NCHR celebrates Human Rights Day - 2017

NCHR celebrates Universal Children's Day 2017

NCHR CELEBRATES

UNIVERSAL CHILDREN's DAY
20 November 2017 

 

 

United Nations Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954 and is celebrated on November 20th each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children's welfare.

November 20th is an important date as it is the date in 1959 when the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. November 20th is also the date in 1989 when the UN General assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child.


Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland have signed and ratified the UN Child Convention. However, despite the solemn oral and written acknowledgments, social workers in all our Nordic countries continue to violate children's human rights by forcibly removing them from their families and constraining them to live with total strangers, usually without any contact with their parents, siblings or other relatives, even in cases where there is no pressing need. 
Through the practice of forcible removals, the social workers traumatise several tens of thousands of children and families in the Nordic countries every year.

It is however totally inhuman to give children "rights" while at the same time they are being deprived of their fundamental human right to private and family life as guaranteed by the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, and the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.

 

 

NKMR firar Internationella Familjedagen 2017

NKMR FIRAR

INTERNATIONELLA FAMILJEDAGEN
den 15 maj 2017 

 

2017 markerar 23 års jubileum för FN:s Internationella Familje År och idag är Internationella Familjedagen.
FN har instiftat den 15 maj som Internationella familjedagen. FN har öronmärkt denna speciella dag, varje år, för att understryka familjens betydelse för alla samhällen - inklusive våra nordiska samhällen.
Internationella Familjedagen firas runt om i världen på olika sätt.

Årets tema är "Familjer, utbildning och välbefinnande".
NKMR vill därför påminna om att familjen är den första platsen där utbildning ges och relationer skapas.

I Sverige och våra nordiska grannländer förbigås Internationella Familjedagen med absolut möjliga tystnad.

  

"Familjen är den naturliga och grundläggande gruppenheten i samhället och har rätt till skydd av samhället och staten".
Artikel 23, Internationella konventionen om civila och politiska rättigheter.

pdfNKMR firar Internationella Familjedagen - 2017

The NCHR Celebrates Human Rights Day 2016

 

The NCHR Celebrates Human Rights Day - 2016

68 Years of Human Rights - 1948 - 2016.


The Universal Declaration of Human Rights commemorates its 68th Anniversary on Human Rights Day, 10 December 2015.

 

It was on December 10, 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, UDHR, which has become the universal standard for defending and promoting Human Rights.

The theme of Human Rights Day 2016 is: Stand up for someone's rights today.


UN High Commissioner message - Human Rights Day 2016


Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon once said: "It is our duty to ensure that these rights are a living reality -- that they are known, understood and enjoyed by everyone, everywhere. It is often those who most need their human rights protected, who also need to be informed that the Declaration exists -- and that it exists for them."

 

Every year on December 10, Human Rights Day is celebrated all over the world in commemoration of the adoption of the Universal Declaration. On Human Rights Day we celebrate around the globe that "All human beings are born with equal and inalienable rights and fundamental freedoms".

The Right to family life is a basic Human Right. Article 16, section 3 of the UDHR reads:

"The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State."

Everyone is guaranteed protection by the law for the right not to be subjected to arbitrary interference with one's privacy, family, home or correspondence, or to attacks upon one's honour and reputation, Article 12 UDHR. These rights are confirmed in the European Convention on Human Rights and fundamental freedoms, ECHR, (Article 8) and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNCROC, (Article 16).

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NKMR firar MR dagen 2016

NKMR firar de Mänskliga Rättigheternas Dag - 10 december 2016
1948 - 2016.

 

 

FN:s Allmänna förklaring om de mänskliga rättigheterna fyller 68 år!


Den 10 december 1948 antog FNs Generalförsamling den Allmänna förklaringen om de mänskliga rättigheterna också kallad FNs Deklaration om de mänskliga rättigheterna. FNs Deklaration fyller således 68 år idag. FN Deklarationen utgör en universell måttstock beträffande skydd och försvar för mänskliga rättigheter.

Temat för De mänskliga rättigheternas dag 2016, är "Stå upp för någons rättigheter idag" Stand up for someone's rights today.

UN High Commissioner message - Human Rights Day 2016

 
De mänskliga rättigheterna anses vara universella, vilket innebär att de gäller över hela världen, oavsett land, kultur eller andra omständigheter. De gäller för var och en oavsett, etnisk tillhörighet, hudfärg, kön, språk, religion, politisk uppfattning eller social ställning. Deklarationen slår också fast att alla människor är födda fria, är lika i värde och har samma rättigheter.


Varje år, överallt i världen, firas den 10 december som "De mänskliga rättigheternas dag" (Human Rights Day) till minne av tillkomsten av FN:s Deklaration om de mänskliga rättigheterna.

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NKMR firar Internationella Familjedagen 2016

NKMR FIRAR

INTERNATIONELLA FAMILJEDAGEN
den 15 maj 2016 

2016 markerar 22 års jubileum för FN:s Internationella Familje År och idag är
Internationella Familjedagen.

FN har instiftat den 15 maj som Internationella familjedagen. FN har öronmärkt denna speciella dag, varje år, för att understryka familjens betydelse för alla samhällen - inklusive våra nordiska samhällen.
Internationella Familjedagen firas runt om i världen på olika sätt.

I Sverige och våra nordiska grannländer förbigås Internationella Familjedagen med absolut möjliga tystnad.

 

 

pdfNKMR firar Internationella Familjedagen - 2016

 

Petition nr 2434/2014 - Hearing in European Parliament

Petition nr 2434/2014 - Hearing in European Parliament, PETI Committee

The Petition No. 2434/2014 has been scheduled to be heard at the meeting of the Committee on Petitions which will take place on 19.04.2016 in Brussels. 
The presentation will be heard at around 9:30 AM.

A delegation of signataries will defend our Petition at the hearing in the PETI Committee.

We are pleased to invite you to follow the Committee proceedings as a webcast via European Parliament streaming over the following link:
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/activities/committees/homeCom.do?language=EN&body=PETI, either live, or deferred as of the following day

Please see the Communication to Members of the PETI, from the European Commission regarding our petition.

pdfEuropean Parliament - Petition No. 2434-2014 - Commission statement


pdf Memorial - Petition No. 2434/2014

pdfEuropean Court of Justice Judgment Case C-435/06

pdfPETI Agenda 18-19 April 2016-final

pdfPresentation - PETI - Brussels - 2016-04-19

pptPETI - Brussels - 19 April 2016

For more information, please see:

Petition nr 2434/2014 - Admissible

 

Internationella Kvinnodagen 2016


Regeringsformen 1 kap 9

På Internationella Kvinnodagen vill NKMR hylla alla kvinnor / mödrar som har blivit utsatta for grova övergrepp av sociala myndighetspersoner, personal i förvaltningsdomstolar och / eller dito i de allmänna domstolarna, som har berövat dem deras älskade barn genom tvångsomhändertagande och fosterhemsplacering eller vårdnadsöverflyttning.


Bestämmelserna i Sveriges Grundlag, Regeringsformen 1 kap 9 § är klara och tydliga:
"Domstolar samt förvaltningsmyndigheter och andra som fullgör offentliga förvaltningsuppgifter ska i sin verksamhet beakta allas likhet inför lagen samt iaktta saklighet och opartiskhet".


Likväl begår angiven personal grova brott mot otaliga svenska kvinnor, dagligen.

Nordic Committee for Human Rights
wishes all
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

 

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In today's world.....What if?

 

We, in the NCHR, deeply regret the suffering caused to all the children who have been taken into care on arbitrary grounds and placed in foster homes or institutions. We also extend our sympathy to their parents and relatives.

Christmas time is Family time.

However, during the Christmas season, the social services in the Nordic countries almost systematically refuse contact between the children in public care and their families.

 

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THE NCHR CELEBRATES HUMAN RIGHTS DAY - 2012



 

1948 - 2012. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights commemorates its 64th Anniversary on Human Rights Day, 10 December 2012.

 

 

 

 "It is our duty to ensure that these rights are a living reality -- that they are known, understood and enjoyed by everyone, everywhere. It is often those who most need their human rights protected, who also need to be informed that the Declaration exists -- and that it exists for them." Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

 

 

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MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR 2005!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2005
to all visitors to the NCHR's web site

 

 

 

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LisebergAmusement Park, Gothenburg, Sweden. Dec. 2004

 

 

 

We, in the NCHR, deeply regret the suffering caused to all the children who have been taken into care unnecessarily and placed in foster homes. We also extend our sympathy to their parents and relatives. Christmas time is Family time. However, in many cases, the social services in the Nordic countries refuse contact during Christmas between the children in public care and their families.

 

The Swedish Justice Department will be holding a meeting, about "a new national plan of action for Human Rights", on February 10, 2005. It is high time that children's Human Right to their parents and parents' and relatives' Human Rights to their children (European Convention on Human Rights and fundamental freedoms, Article 8) should be respected by the authorities in the Nordic countries.

 
Warmest greetings

Ruby Harrold-Claesson

 

President

 

 

 

 

 

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