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The government's eugenic policy is forcing some women to abort wanted pregnancies

The prejudice and stereotypes that fuelled eugenic thinking during the last century. In the UK, the Conservatives’ policies reflect this regressive and authoritarian approach to a class-based ‘population control’.  4,461 more words

Human Rights

100 Days of #RadiCoolUnschooling - Day 20

Oh, yes, PanKwake is BACK!

She spent most of yesterday out of her bed. She was bouncy, bubbly, and LOUD. I have no idea where she gets that from. 1,092 more words

Radical Unschooling

100 Days of #RadiCoolUnschooling - Day 13

What do #RadiCoolUnschooling, the UNCRC, and vegan nice cream cake have in common?

They all taught me an important lesson about prejudging people this week…and made me a better person. 1,085 more words

Radical Unschooling

The Lack of Provision for the Special Educational Needs of Children of Gifted Intelligence in the Republic of Ireland is a Breach of their Human Rights.

I know, I know, it’s a mouthful.

It’s also the title of a paper I presented at the SLSA (Socio-Legal Studies Association) Conference in Lancaster in 2016. 20 more words

Mental Health

Children’s Rights & the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) in Scotland

From 10:00 to 13:00 on 28th March 2018

10 Bothwell Street G2 6LU

Cost: 35

Many organisations and charities have an obligation to make their staff aware of the UNCRC and Children’s rights in Scotland. 271 more words

Europe

100 Days of #RadiCoolUnschooling - Day 3

So yesterday, I ran out of spoons (#Spoonie aka Spoon Theory) at #HomeCrazzyHome and only had the energy to post a couple of quick pictures from our adventures in #RadiCoolUnschooling. 913 more words

Radical Unschooling

Update the UNCRC!

UNCRC and the Digital

I have always been fascinated with the concept of children’s rights; the legislation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) (1989) is an essential policy, which as educators, I feel we should all adhere to. 472 more words