Why the Children’s Sector should be brave and start asking serious questions about trans-ideology.
Red Flags and Crossed Bridges: why uncriticially adopting transgender theory and policies harms children
On the harmful impact of transgender theory and policies on children - speech given to For Women.Scot meeting on 31st January 2019 Thank you very much for asking me to speak tonight. I am aware that there are many women who have done more than I have and who know more than I do and I hope that we will be able to hear from all of them. (Murray Blackburn and McKenzie Consultancy and Susan Sinclair of scottish-women.com and the great work that...
On the harmful impact of transgender theory and policies on children – speech given to For Women.Scot meeting on 31st January 2019
If there is one thing that we citizens might agree on, in the wake of Alex Salmond’s successful legal challenge, it is that we need to have a shedload of money to take on our government. Alex Salmond’s successful crowdfunding appeal safeguarded his own personal financial security. By contrast, the government did not need to seek our support before setting out to defend itself vigorously in court with our money. Then it lost our money. But the same civil servants are still in charge.
I gave evidence to the Petitions Committee in November 2017 in support of Mr. Mackie’s petition calling for a review of the children protection and children’s care system in Scotland. This links to my comments on the points that the Government has made.
Maggie Mellon reports on 'Where's Kilbrandon Now?', the inquiry into the future of the Scottish children's hearing system. Child Justice in Scotland is based on a system of hearings held by panels .It was established in 1968, in response to a report by Lord Kilbrandon, a senior Scottish laws lord. In recent years the hearings system has come under criticism for being 'too soft', and there have been calls to take child justice back to the...