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CRISP to organize Rally to commemorate Father’s Day PDF Print E-mail
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Written by B.Ramakrishna Rao   

 

CRISP is a NGO dedicated to the cause of Child Rights and Shared Parenting since 2008.  This organization is run by people who recognize the serious effects of Parental Alienation of children due to single parent families on account of divorce or separation and are committed to eliminate such cruel alienation of children from their parent(s) due to ever increasing divorce/separation rates. We are a pro-family and pro-life organization; our aims, objectives and goals are based on research findings & our mission is to promote family harmony in the society.  We are a large group of people from all walks of life, including software engineers, doctors, teachers, businessmen, including common man & social workers etc., to address this burning issue in our country on behalf of the children & their rights

http://www.thisweekbangalore.com/crisp-to-organize-rally-to-commemorate-fathers-day/

 

 
Fathers Day 2013 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by B.Ramakrishna Rao   

Be there at Town Hall Steps, Bangalore  on June 15 , 2013 Saturday.

TO PROTEST ANTI-CHILDREN ANTI-FAMILY INDIAN LAWS.

 
Fathers Day 2013 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by B.Ramakrishna Rao   

Be there at Town Hall Steps, Bangalore  on June 15 , 2013 Saturday.

TO PROTEST ANTI-CHILDREN ANTI-FAMILY INDIAN LAWS.

 
Women Protection Laws Being Misused: SIFF PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Outlookindia   

PTI | Nagpur | Oct 25, 2011

'Save Indian Family Foundation' (SIFF), an NGO, has claimed that over five lakh people had been harassed by the alleged misuse of various women protection laws including the Anti-dowry Law, Domestic Violence Law and Maintenance Act, even as 22 per cent of total arrested in these cases are women.

Based on the figures provided by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), the NGO that is fighting for the rights of husbands against the alleged misuse of these laws, has claimed that while these laws are increasingly misused by women, many women themselves are falling prey to it, Rajesh Vakharia, a founder member and president of Nagpur Chapter of the Foundation told PTI.

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Threat to shared parenting PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ken McGregor   

PROPOSED changes to widen the definition of domestic violence will slash shared-parenting rights and flood the courts, a lawyer says.

Jane Miller, of Tindall Task Bentley Lawyers, said the Bill represented a "watering down" of the shared parenting reforms that were introduced by the federal Liberal party in 2006.

The laws would give the court greater power to decide which parent has custody. The court could also deny equal parenting rights to spouses who:

DENY their partner, or their children, the financial support and autonomy by controlling, dominating or coercing them unreasonably.

THREATEN to commit suicide or self-harm, with the intent of intimidating or tormenting their partner.

PREVENT their partner from making or keeping connections with their family, friends or culture.

"For the last five years we have enjoyed a period where it has been easier for both mum and dad to have a balanced custody arrangement for their children, but there is a possibility that these changes could make parenting more one-sided after separation," Ms Miller said.

She predicted the number of parents hauled before the court would also skyrocket if the law was passed.

"A quarter of our cases fit under the current definition (of domestic violence)," she said. " Under the new proposals, probably half would meet that definition."

"Children who do not witness the violence themselves, but are part of the victim getting medical treatment or are part of the clean-up, will be covered by these laws."

"The amendments place a greater emphasis on protecting children not just from physical violence, but also considering what they might have been exposed to or are aware of," Ms Miller said.

"It is already a concern that violence is a major factor in our daily relationship matters, and this is sure to open up many more."

A recent report revealed around two-thirds of separated mothers and just over half of separated fathers reported their former partner had emotionally abused them before or during separation.

The proposals are being examined by the Federal Parliament with a vote on the Bill expected to be held in August.

 
Suggestions on “Marriage Law (Amendment) Bill 2010 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by CRISP   
To,
Shri K.P. Singh,
Director, Rajya Sabha Secretariat,
201, Second Floor,
Parliament House Annexe,
New Delhi-110001
Tel: 23034201, Fax: 23016784,

Sub: Suggestions on “Marriage Law (Amendment) Bill 2010” and request to depose to provide oral evidence

Honorable Members of the Committee,

We are writing this memorandum to you, in response to your call for feedback, comments and suggestions on “Marriage Law (Amendment) Bill 2010” and also humbly requesting an opportunity to present our views in person in front of the Honorable members of the committee.

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