Category Archives: Human Rights

Australia’s ABC News – Interviews Parent RYOMA TAKAHASHI

From: Australia’s ABC News - Foreign Correspondent’s Lastest Episode – Sayonara Baby (May 22, 2012) WILLACY (Narrator): This custom of sole custody has torn apart parents and children from all corners of the world. But while local awareness of the issue … Continue reading

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Is the State Department violating U.S. law and covering up of severity of International Kidnapping issue?

For over a decade the Department of State has largely ignored the issue of international parental kidnapping. From State Department attorney Tom Johnson, also the parent of an internationally kidnapped child, “The (State) Department’s bad faith is especially evident with … Continue reading

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A Look at the Social-Marital Issues in Japan

  Having had my own personal experience with the Japanese concept of “marriage”, finding that other parents (both males and females) had virtually identical experiences with their Japanese spouses, and having spent many long hours in talks with Japanese business … Continue reading

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