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Liams Fight With Cancer

on Fri, 08/02/2013 - 23:45

I'm a young person with brain cancer, I dont know why, but this cruel disease has disabled me from being able to walk, and talk co-herantly, and everything I see is in double vision.

This is because my cerebellum (the co-ordination control centre of the brain) is being affected by this terible disease.

Faced with the traditional treatments, I was scared, as I have heard so many stories of the corruption behind the treatments, and how many billions of dollars it makes!

Having accepted my first round of chimo (which made me very sick), I have researched other treatments around the world,

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Caresouth and DoCS Ganging up to Steal Children from Family

on Thu, 08/01/2013 - 12:59
Fight Child Protection Department Corruption: 
Caresouth and DoCS Ganging up to Steal Children from Family

1.       When Docs went to court to get the order to have the kids removed they said that my oldest “had suffered hearing lose due to chronic ear infections which was due to neglect” He had Otis media – the truth….. some members of my family have suffered ear infections. Otis media is most commonly found in people from aboriginal and poor backgrounds. My family is of aboriginal decent and yes we are poor.

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Australian Orphanages on list of shame in Cambodia

on Fri, 04/12/2013 - 08:37
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Australian Orphanages on list of shame in Cambodia

Visiting orphanages and volunteering in Cambodia is dangerous for children as they become emotionally attached to foreigners and feel abandoned when they leave, says Friends International chief Sebastien Morat.

Volunteering in Cambodia 'harming children'

Dozens of orphanages in Cambodia, including some run by Australians, have been accused of abuse, neglect or exploiting children to attract donations.

The government in Phnom Penh is cracking down on the multimillion-dollar orphanage industry after investigators discovered shocking abuses of children and a list has been compiled of centres

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Innovative program helps keep kids out of foster care

on Mon, 04/30/2012 - 00:26

Support worker Brian LaBelle and therapist Natascha Kvatum speak with a mother and her nine-year-old daughter, a pair able to spend time together because of the work of the Family Centre.


EDMONTON - The success of an innovative child welfare program shows the system doesn’t have to be a constant battle, say local advocates.

It’s not parents against a “baby-snatching” government worker, said child and youth worker Brian LaBelle. “We’re not trying to ruin their family or take their kids away,” he said, and no one gets shuffled from office to office feeling helpless.

“We’re working with