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Impact of Revised Swiss Divorce Law on Children and Family Dynamics

Article reference Children and Divorce: Investigating Current Legal Practices and Their Impact on Family Transitions” by Heidi Simoni, Pasqualina Perrig-Chiello, and Andrea Büchler Children and Divorce: Investigating Current Legal Practices and Their Impact on Family Transitions” by Heidi Simoni, Pasqualina Perrig-Chiello, and Andrea Büchler is part of the Swiss National Research Programme (NRP 52) focused …

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Advocating for Fathers’ Rights: Urgent Reforms Needed in South Africa’s Children’s Act

Fathers 4 Justice South Africa is urgently pushing for critical reforms to the Children’s Act to better protect the rights and responsibilities of fathers and ensure the well-being of children. Since 2019, Fathers 4 Justice South Africa has been actively engaging with the Department of Social Development and other governmental bodies to highlight the challenges …

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The Shocking Reality: How No-Fault Divorce Obliterates Fathers and Traumatizes Children

Synopsis by Gary Da Silva The breakdown of the family, particularly through the mechanism of no-fault divorce, significantly impacts fathers and children. Stephen Baskerville’s article “The Politics of Family Breakdown: How No-fault Divorce Turns Fathers into ‘Deadbeat Dads’” provides a comprehensive analysis of these impacts, focusing on the political and judicial factors that exacerbate the …

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Outrage South African fathers are still unconstitutionally prejudiced in the current legal system.

Fathers Demand Equal Rights: Why South Africa’s Children Deserve Automatic Equal Contact With Both Parents The Children’s Act and related legislation are unconstitutional and discriminatory against unmarried fathers and their children in several respects. Section 10 of the Births and Deaths Registration Act prevented unmarried fathers from registering their child’s birth or giving their surname …

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