jeudi 3 janvier 2013
Through the combination of stewardship of sharing the message of international parental child abduction and the actual growing number of child kidnappings that are occurring each year, society is slowly but surely becoming aware of the existence of the international parental child kidnapping crisis upon us, and surely coming to terms that when a parent illegally removes or detains a child in another country without permission of the other parent, the child taken is not simply with their other parent, but with an abusive criminal kidnapper.
So, you would think that the total number of international parental child abductions would be made easily available upon, in the very least, signatory countries of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Parental Child Abduction in lieu of the urgent worldwide dilemma at hand.
But they're not. Not even close.
In fact, many member states of the Hague Convention to not publish their statistics.
It is beyond me.
The I CARE Foundation has been spent a great deal of time researching the question, 'What is the Total Number of International Parental Child Abductions?' Of course, there are many ancillary questions that stem from this question.
In the near future, and as the I CARE Foundation prepares to announce a series of legislative initiatives, we will be releasing a shocking report that addresses the issue of how many international parental child abductions exist each year worldwide that is so concise, measurable, and sadly, alarming.
If you are a journalist interested in receiving a copy of the report prior to it's publication, please contact the I CARE Foundation. If you desire to be placed on an e-mail list in order to receive a copy of the report, please click here.
What will be shared is remarkably alarming. And it affects everyone.
- Peter Thomas Senese -
On Behalf Of The I CARE Foundation