This case would make headlines across the land, if it were not hidden behind the family courts’ extraordinary wall of secrecy.
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As part of the development process of NAT, our NRP Awareness Tool, we identified lots of areas where Parental Responsibility (PR) is either ignored, misunderstood or just wrongly interpreted.
Various areas of concern exist, including Childcare, Healthcare & Education. Although Central Government agencies understand PR, local government or regional agency offices appear not to.
We will be releasing how we understand PR regulations within England & Wales, with links to existing legislation, practice direction, precedence and published guidance.
The aim is to “de-skill” this area of law, providing clear indications of how the regulations should be implemented and removing and reducing ambiguity of intent.
If you have any examples of situations where you feel your rights as NRP with Parental Responsibility are not being upheld, then please let us know within our discussion thread on Facebook by going to http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=23833223484&topic=16637
We are looking for people to help test our new, simple FB application.
If you can help. please go to http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/apps/application.php?id=109367036505 and add the application.
It will allow you to use your FB account to log into our main website and publishes small, relevant status messages to your FB wall if you allow it to.
Many thanks for your help, and we will be publishing our shiny, new website soon.
Please leave comments on our new Comments page at http://wheresmydadorguk.giving.officelive.com/fbConnect.aspx
It uses Facebook to validate users, and is the next stage of our preparations for our big launch and publicity campaign before the Christmas Holiday festivities.
We’ve stopped all the links between data sources, aggregator and publishers while we conduct thorough testing (again!).
In the meantime, please feel free to contact us for assistance as all of our back-end systems are working fine – just the web-side presentation is not working properly.