'Stop Injustice Now' is a British protest demo group trying to stop Social Services abuse in the secret Family Law court proceedings. The removal of children from their homes is routinely condoned. Social Services removes hundreds of thousands of children each year from innocent families. This practice needs to change. The damage being inflicted on children and parents alike is nothing short of barbaric.
Family Court Injustice - Campaigning for openness and transparency
Are you concerned with "British family law" and what damage it causes to families and the children it is supposed to serve?
Want to express your dissatisfaction and help raise public awareness? Then join our demonstration beginning 9 AM August 18, 2008.
The demonstration will take place in and around London on August 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22. The mode of transport: a double decker bus, a ‘Routemaster’. If you have ever watched "On the Buses", you will know what a Routemaster is. It should be nostalgic demonstration if nothing else. The weather should be great, so why not come along?
Demo details as follows;
Starting point: You are welcome to join our double decker bus demonstration leaving Toddington services at 9 AM on the M1Monday 18th August, or to take part and follow the bus in your own vehicle to create a motorcade. The demonstration will then proceed to Hemel Hempstead with more route details to follow.
If you care about children and the psychological and emotional stress they are forced to endure as a results of being taken from their homes and being subjected to the harsh reality of state "care", then please help us in any way possible to awaken the public to this issue and bring about reform.
Donations: All donations are appreciated to fuel the bus, whether you can attend or not, you can partake.
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