We Believe the THE CONVENTION OF THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD ("CRC") has not been made accessible and enforceable in the interests of people. We therefore petition the government to make the enforcement of this agreement accessible to all, to improve the standing of this international agreement; which we believe will particularly require you to,
1. Ensure the CRC is enshrined by the state in a manner that is readily accessible and available to all citizens as a protected and enforceable right by domestic law.
2. Where accessible remedy pursuant to the CRC has not been provided in past. In the interests of children being provided to our fullest capacity, the right, and opportunity, to grow to fullest potential, as to maximise their capacity to contribute to society as adults; we also seek,
2.1 Immediate social-services support in harm remediation; acknowledgement that,
2.1.1 The CRC has not been made accessibly enforceable by the people; and that,
2.1.2 public acknowledgement be made that without natural justice and accessible legal remedy, systematic harm upon children and their loved ones have been caused by the state.
2.2 Undertake immediately action, as an important matter of public health & well-being, in the interests of our democratic society and its shared values; to,
2.2.1 promote through media the UN CRC and all of its terms agreed to by way of the convention
2.2.2 undertake immediate administrative professional development as to retrain and enforce the terms of this agreement as an entire document or terms made available domestically via direct or indirect legal instrument.
3. In the interests of transparency; considerate that harm has been caused to many individuals, across many living generations of the citizenship,
3.1 The Government will make public & promote statistical information showing progress and historical record of compliance to the CRC and its implementation. This will be done with a focus upon the realities for children as the measurement of compliance; free from all forms of discrimination that would otherwise support and indirectly endorse speculations that breaches of the CRC, related conventions and social doctrine had been made by innocent parties; and that these disclosures should be authored in a format,
3.1.1 that can easily be interpreted truthfully by a 'lay person'; and,
3.1.2 show statistical information with all proper and appropriate fields required for analysis, made available in a manner compliant with (3.1) and (3.1.1).
4. The people accept the sovereign nature of our community, including but not exclusive to; the complex nature of how interactions with the United Nations and other international body, is managed by our democratically elected leaders.
4.1 We therefore understand that the state may elect to implement the CRC by other name; in any and all such cases,
4.2 It shall maintain the entire rights prescribed by the CRC and related international doctrine; and that,
4.3 Where domestic remedy is not available a complaints procedure to the United Nations on the basis of a substantive breach of the CRC should still apply and be expedited by direct relevance between domestic state law, and the terms of the CRC.
In Good Faith, we the People seek no more than the Enforcement Of Law for which you have already agreed by International Instrument. The only exception are those parties who have not ratified the agreement. In all cases, our petition offers a compelling reason to consider the terms we believe should be made accessible, and upheld as fundamental human right.
We believe the CRC documents in concise form, issues of upmost importance to the future of humanity. The virtue of the agreement made on behalf of the people becomes meaningless if it is not made accessibly enforceable by the people, with the people or for the people.
Our society is being damaged as people loose contact with children. These events are not rare, it affect statistically relevant percentages of children, throughout the world. Through systematic administrative failure in refusing to abide by the terms of the CRC the best interests of the people have not been considered. Statistically, more than a quarter of children who have a "non-resident" parent, in a multitude of countries, will never see that parent post parental separation, or see them less than once a year. These children are often told stories, and grow-up taught a parent = money; not care, not support, not camping or making cup-cakes, and that it is in the childs best interest to accept the situation. Often this leaves life-long scares unnecessarily, through the actions of administration (or lack thereof) in the important short-periods where these types of decisions are made.
What that means is that if parents cannot agree by themselves the probability is that someone will no longer be allowed to care for their child. This is the result of known administrative flaws that without further consideration, continues to systemically damage a significant percentage of current and future citizens. In the vast majority of cases, we claim the UN CRC has been directly breached as supported by state administrative parties, through commonplace practices that fail to protect children and present judges with few choices to administer justice, and the future that children are afforded by their decisions, supported otherwise by industry.
Where the state agreed to the CRC as a provider of a minimum standard; We ask, Keep the Promise.
These "shared values" are reinforced in many states by way of the Charter of the Commonwealth and the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment which accumulatively enshrine with related agreements, the minimum standards for civil democratic governance, liberty and human rights.
It is widely reported that parents have been alienated and betrayed by government when they have sought support in matters that relate to the seeking of state party to uphold the values described by the CRC. These reports of administrative failure are backed-up by statistics that show consequentially, forms of morality taught to children by administrators. Importantly, timely remedy is required pursuant to the parties mental health needs and/or "attachment relationship" where a child is threatened with breaches upon their otherwise inalienable rights described by the CRC.
Statistical information is stored by the states in relation to families & children. States have the capacity to influence policy, including necessary changes to social-services "best practice"; such as, acknowledging & considering the CRC as a constituent to domestic law and the role of publicly funded services managing family relationships. Government Funding is bound to responsibilities of human rights in all circumstances, to all parties.
Statistically it is evident that the use of public funds have not been appropriately dispersed or managed. Organisations receiving funds have not been bound with responsibility to consider CRC as a binding document upon the state and its people, who through government utility have poorly affected the lives of children. As a matter of public interest, human rights, dignity and civil values, it is in the public interest to uphold these rights of children in a new, socially cognisant and innovative manner. With lack of accessible recourse, administrators have acted without honour.
Fundamental value of society as a whole relate specifically to the notion of family and the protection of children. The lack of accessibility and enforcement of the CRC as currently exhibited, causes undue additional public expenditure through health, social, child-care and other publicly funded or subsidised, services. Research shows that it is in a child's best interest to maintain healthy, secure "attachment relationships" with families and extended family ("identity"). Practically, the support of these relationships requires safe contact and positive, trusted and socially supported interpersonal experiences. Parents identified as "parents" solely upon financial terms does not constitute the sociological term "parent" as is shown by state example.
Parental relationships require frequent, safe, secure and appropriate care of children. Adults leaving relationships with a natural parent of their child shall not be subjected to supported breaches of the CRC.
Supervision or other parental interferences as deemed necessary, should be recorded by instrument that is made available to the parent, as to assist in the administration of justice as it seeks an accessible framework to uphold the CRC.
The Terms of the CRC have not been made available and we seek immediate change.