Posts Tagged ‘Parents’ rights’

Ask baby for permission to change nappies Comments 0

Monday, May 14th, 2018

A sexuality expert has claimed that we should be asking babies for their permission when changing them, in order to forge good communication habits in later life. Related Posts:Vietnamese attend Christian rally in their thousandsAbortions up to birth possibleWhat unborn babies know, and when they know itBelgian euthanasia advocate set to tour NZ

Smacking law has criminalised parents Comments 0

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Leading public lawyer Mai Chen says New Zealand’s 2007 changes to smacking law have criminalised “good parents”. A legal opinion signed by Ms Chen for the lobby group Family First says case law since Section 59 of the Crimes Act was changed have confirmed that is now illegal for parents to use force against a Read more

Children held back from school on religious grounds Comments 0

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Some parents in the northern district of Fiji are refusing to let their children attend school on religious grounds. iTaukei Affairs Board representative to the Labasa Inter Agency Committee on Child Welfare, Ravuama Naceba, has been in Dogotuki addressing the issue. “When addressing the issue, we had offered the parents a choice on whether they Read more

Parliamentary committee recommends broader sex education programme Comments 0

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

Parliament’s health select committee has recommended that sex education in schools should include more than a narrow focus on the physical mechanics of sex and reproduction. A Herald-DigiPoll survey shows the there is support for this recommendation. Three-quarters believed that high-school pupils needed to be taught more than the mechanics of sex. The Prime Minister, Read more

7 year old left alone to read as alternative to school’s Bible based programme Comments 0

Friday, December 7th, 2012

A couple who took their daughter out of a school’s Bible based programme, called Values in Action, were told by the school that an alternative programme would be provided for children who opted out. However the child’s father says that when he visited the school he found his 7 year old daughter left alone in a Read more