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#thecourtsaid is the global campaign for survivor family justice. Abuse survivors are subjected to institutional discrimination and injustice all over the world. #thecourtsaid is committed to changing the way abuse is treated in the family court, so survivor families can look forward to safer futures. We give a particular focus on the often over-looked rights and needs of mothers and children.
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Today, a disturbing case where a victim of multiple rapes was ordered by a judge to pay her rapist’s bills was revealed by @YahooNewsUK. Society must send a clear message to judges that rape victims should never be ordered to financially subsidise their rapists. Rather than protecting the victim, the court is abusing them allContinue reading “Victim Ordered To Pay Rapists Bills”
The tragic irony is that it is worse to accuse than to abuse because many judges, attorneys, and psychologists believe in the notion of ‘parental alienation’ as explaining most abuse allegations. The perverse consequence of this is that evidence of real abuse is discredited even before it is properly investigated.
The next time you tell someone who’s going through abuse to stop contact with the person who is harming them or ask them to report it – know that those things could now be part of a criminal offence.
Punished for Protecting
Survivor Families are met with hostility in the Family Court for raising safeguarding concerns surrounding Domestic Abuse.
Domestic Abuse is poorly understood, ignored or minimised in the Family Court with catastrophic outcomes for Survivor Families.
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