Competence center for children's need for family life in accordance with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child Kompetenscenter för barns behov av familjeliv enl Barnkonventionen

The Government has decided that the Convention on the Rights of the Child shall become Swedish law. Already today, Sweden is bound by the European Convention, which in its Article 8 gives children the right to family life. This right is increasingly violated in connection with parental conflict and family divisions. More and more children and young people are growing up without the society being able to protect their need for continuous and adequate contact with both parents throughout their upbringing. The generation contact is an important factor in the family's quality of life and for the child's psychosocial health and maturity.

Regeringen har bestämt att Barnkonventionen ska bli svensk lag. Redan idag är Sverige bunden av Europakonventionen som i sin artikel 8 ger barn rätt till familjeliv. Denna rätt kränks allt oftare i samband med föräldrakonflikt och familjesplittring. Allt fler barn och unga växer upp utan att samhället kan skydda deras behov av kontinuerlig och fullgod kontakt med bägge föräldrarna under hela uppväxten. Generationskontakten är en viktig faktor i familjens livskvalitet och för barnets psykosociala hälsa och mognad.

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Competence center for children's need for family life in accordance with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

The Government has decided that the Convention on the Rights of the Child shall become Swedish law. Already today, Sweden is bound by the European Convention, which in its Article 8 gives children the right to family life. This right is increasingly violated in connection with parental conflict and family divisions. More and more children and young people are growing up without the society being able to protect their need for continuous and adequate contact with both parents throughout their upbringing. The generation contact is an important factor in the family's quality of life and for the child's psychosocial health and maturity.

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The Government has decided that the Convention on the Rights of the Child shall become Swedish law. Already today, Sweden is bound by the European Convention, which in its Article 8 gives children the right to family life. This right is increasingly violated in connection with parental conflict and family divisions. More and more children and young people are growing up without the society being able to protect their need for continuous and adequate contact with both parents throughout their upbringing. The generation contact is an important factor in the family's quality of life and for the child's psychosocial health and maturity.

In order to meet this social health requirement, Sweden needs a central clinical competence center. It should be an organization for research, information, prevention and rehabilitation. Treatment programs for intergenerational family integration and reunification with lost parents for separated children are developed in consultation with international role models.

The project can interact with parents and elderly organizations to awaken their and the public's interest in children's needs of the family as a breeding ground for relationships, growing and personal development. It can be done in conjunction with extended family forms and involves grandparents who are committed to their missing grandchildren.

The place should be favorable for interdisciplinary dialogue and the resort suitable for restful contemplation in therapeutic environment: Here, medical, social, cultural and legal professions should work together to guarantee children in future generations a start in safe relationships and give them a capacity for family life that helps them mature into harmonious and responsible adults, capable of living joy, creation and work. Good experiences of affiliation with both parents and family constitute a cornerstone of the social stability of society.

Research resources are needed for an observatory that keeps the knowledge up-to-date and which collects, integrates and translates knowledge of children's psychosocial family needs into practical advice. Management manuals for the coordination of interventions between care, legal practice, cultural activity and social care are developed for different diagnoses. Initially, a meeting place is needed for dialogue between authorities, associations and individuals affected by parental leave in one or more generations.

A dialogue platform for exchanging research and experience, theory and practice, academia and administration should help bridge the implementation gap. The goal is to build up a training with permanent functions for updating and further studies for experienced and newly recruited professionals. International networks and expert conferences are important for connecting and importing latest findings from the front line into skills that are now spread across leading countries (Canada, USA, Australia, etc.).

The international expert network is based at Vanderbilt University (www.pasg.info). If the relevant bodies and stakeholders cooperate, Stockholm has the chance to become the venue for the network center in Europe.

I want your best ideas to develop my idea and help with creatively answering the following questions:

How can a competence center about children's needs for family life be realized?

How should such a competence center be designed and what resources and tools are needed for the business?

Who can be the principal in Sweden to drive the realization of a competence center around children's needs for family life?

Which authorities, organizations and institutions can be partners and help to start the process?

Welcome with other ideas you want to contribute!

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Project Syndicate Blog: https://www.project-syndicate.org/blog/specialist-competence-center-for-families-and-children-needed-after-alarming-report-on-children-deprived-of-a- parent-by Nils-g-RAN Areskoug-by Nils-g-RAN Areskoug
Portal as preliminary introduction to EU initiative (EUPASG): European Union Parental Alienation Study Group (EUPASG) - coleur
Global Expert Network: Parental Alienation Study Group, Inc. (PASG): Parental Alienation Study Group
Vanderbilt University Medical Center for Knowledge Management: Welcome to Parental Alienation Database | Parental Alienation Database

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Kompetenscenter för barns behov av familjeliv enl Barnkonventionen

Regeringen har bestämt att Barnkonventionen ska bli svensk lag. Redan idag är Sverige bunden av Europakonventionen som i sin artikel 8 ger barn rätt till familjeliv. Denna rätt kränks allt oftare i samband med föräldrakonflikt och familjesplittring. Allt fler barn och unga växer upp utan att samhället kan skydda deras behov av kontinuerlig och fullgod kontakt med bägge föräldrarna under hela uppväxten. Generationskontakten är en viktig faktor i familjens livskvalitet och för barnets psykosociala hälsa och mognad.

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Regeringen har bestämt att Barnkonventionen ska bli svensk lag. Redan idag är Sverige bunden av Europakonventionen som i sin artikel 8 ger barn rätt till familjeliv. Denna rätt kränks allt oftare i samband med föräldrakonflikt och familjesplittring. Allt fler barn och unga växer upp utan att samhället kan skydda deras behov av kontinuerlig och fullgod kontakt med bägge föräldrarna under hela uppväxten. Generationskontakten är en viktig faktor i familjens livskvalitet och för barnets psykosociala hälsa och mognad.

För att tillgodose detta sociala hälsokrav behöver Sverige ett centralt kliniskt kompetenscenter. Det ska vara en organisation för forskning, information, prevention och rehabilitering. Behandlingsprogram för bland annat generationsöverskridande familjeintegration och återförening med förlorad förälder för avskilda barn utvecklas i samråd med internationella förebilder.

Projektet kan samverka med föräldra- och äldreorganisationer för att väcka deras och allmänhetens intresse för barns behov av familjen som grogrund för relationer, växande och personlig utveckling. Det kan ske i samspel med utvidgade familjebildningar och involverar far- och morföräldrar som engagerar sig för sina saknade barnbarn.

Platsen bör vara gynnsam för tvärdisciplinär dialog och orten lämplig för rofylld kontemplation i terapeutisk miljö: Medicinska, sociala, kulturella och juridiska professioner ska här samverka för att garantera barn i kommande generationer en start i trygga relationer och ge dem en förmåga till familjeliv som hjälper dem mogna till harmoniska och ansvarstagande vuxna, kapabla till livsglädje, skapande och arbete. Goda erfarenheter av anknytning till båda föräldrar och familj utgör en hörnsten i samhällets sociala stabilitet.

Det behövs forskningsresurser till ett observatorium som håller kunskapen uppdaterad och som samlar, integrerar och omsätter kunskap om barns psykosociala familjebehov i praktiska råd. Handläggningsmanualer för samordning av insatser mellan vård, rättsutövning, kulturaktivitet och social omsorg utvecklas för olika diagnoser. Initialt behövs en mötesplats för dialog mellan myndigheter, intresseföreningar och enskilda som drabbats av föräldraalienation i en eller flera generationsled.

En dialogplattform för utbyte mellan forskning och erfarenhet, teori och praktik, akademia och förvaltning ska hjälpa till att överbrygga implementeringsgapet. Målet är att bygga upp en utbildning med permanenta funktioner för uppdatering och vidarestudier för erfarna och nyrekryterade yrkesutövare. Internationella nätverk och expertkonferenser är viktiga för att knyta an till och importera senaste rön från frontlinjen i kompetens som nu är spridd i ledande länder (Kanada, USA, Australien, m fl).

Det internationella expertnätverket har sitt säte vid Vanderbilt University (www.pasg.info). Om berörda instanser och intressenter samverkar har Stockholm chansen att bli ort för nätverkets centrum i Europa.

Jag vill ha era bästa ideer för att utveckla min idé och hjälp med att kreativt besvara följande frågor:

Hur kan ett kompetenscenter kring barns behov av familjeliv förverkligas?

Hur bör ett sådant kompetenscenter utformas och vilka resurser och verktyg behövs för verksamheten?

Vem kan vara huvudman i Sverige för att driva förverkligandet av ett kompetenscenter kring barns behov av familjeliv?

Vilka myndigheter, organisationer och institutioner kan vara samarbetspartners och hjälpa till att sätta igång processen?

Välkommen med andra ideer du vill bidra med!

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Project Syndicate Blog: https://www.project-syndicate.org/blog/specialist-competence-center-for-families-and-children-needed-after-alarming-report-on-children-deprived-of-a-parent-by-nils-g-ran-areskoug-by-nils-g-ran-areskoug
Portal som preliminär introduktion till initiativ för EU (EUPASG) : European Union Parental Alienation Study Group (EUPASG) - coleur
Global Expert Network: Parental Alienation Study Group, Inc. (PASG): Parental Alienation Study Group
Vanderbilt University Medical Center for Knowledge Management: Welcome to Parental Alienation Database | Parental Alienation Database

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