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Denied Access Grandparents, in all parts of the world, have been lobbying government officials for 'Grandparents Rights' for many years.
Our organization believes that it's the children who need their rights ensured in allowing the child the freedom to participate within their family groups, including a grandparent. It's a child's inherited right to have family connections and to participate with his groups of people to which that child belongs to.
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It takes a village to raise a child.
There are 100,000 children who do not have contact with their groups of people such as a grandparent or other key member of their group of people in Ontario.
Young children are frequent victims of abuse and neglect, often within their own family.
Children are treated as possessions by their custodial caregiver. Often, the child is used as a weapon by a controlling parent to hurt a key member of the child's group of people. This can have a negative impact on a child's development.
Children should be recognized by laws that enshrine their best interests in having contact to their groups of people.
Children should not be denied contact with members of their group. They should not be denied telephone calls, mail or other presents from a member of his or her group of people, especially a grandparent.
Children should be encouraged to develop as individuals. Their rights should be recognized and respected.
Children are not possessions.
Children are human beings.
Governments should take all necessary measures to enshrine children's rights; to protect the child from harm and adverse affects that can damage a child emotionally when a child is prohibited by controlling parents from forming healthy family connections that would otherwise enhance the child's life and individuality. Governments should ensure that children be allowed to participate within their groups of people so that they can develop emotionally.
Governments should respect children as human beings and restore their dignity.
"The only rock I know that stays steady, the only institution I know that works is the family" ~ Lee Iacocca
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