Chasing The Cyclone Best-Selling Author Peter Thomas Senese & The I CARE Foundation Crusade Against International Parental Child Abduction As Canadian Father Stephen Watkins Urges Canadian PM To Speak With Polish PM About His Kidnapped Children
Two young children living in Ontario are internationally kidnapped and taken to Poland, Europe’s Black hole of no return for parental child abduction.
Three young children living in Vancouver are internationally kidnapped and taken to Japan, a country that has never returned an abducted child.
A young child living in Toronto is internationally abducted to Mexico, a nation consistently considered a non-complying member of the international treaty that addresses abduction known as the Hague Convention.
A young child residing in New York whose father is a highly decorated police officer is kidnapped and taken to Germany.
A young child living in rural Pennsylvania is kidnapped to and taken to Egypt.
Sadly, children who are internationally abducted rarely never ever come home.
Truth is, international parental child abduction (IPCA) is a problem that affects the entire world, including Canada and the United States.
Perhaps in Canada, the issues are even more challenging than in the United States because there are not as many safeguards in place that can protect a mother or a father who has a child targeted for abduction. According to Chasing The Cyclone best-selling author and activist Peter Thomas Senese, the Founding Director of the highly respected not-for-profit I CARE Foundation who has extensive familiarity with the Canadian Family Courts, “There are serious issues Canadian citizens face when it comes to IPCA because the judges presiding over these cases need to be more educated, but equally, Canada has no border controls or programs such as the United States Prevent Departure Program that would enable security screening of a potential child abductor. And realistically, despite the growing number of abduction cases originating from Canada, there is limited social mobilization. Parents in Canada find themselves with limited support systems and competent laws that will help them protect their children.”
Sound like it couldn’t happen here? Couldn’t happen to you or someone you know? Please take the time to read this post in it’s entirety here: IPCA
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For more information on international parental child abduction please visit Peter Thomas Senese’s highly informative official website of Chasing The Cyclone. To become more informed you may want to consider reading Mr. Senese’s critically acclaimed legal thriller Chasing The Cyclone. Please note that 100% of the author’s royalties are donated to the I CARE Foundation, which is helping children all around the world. In addition, Mr. Senese is donating 100% of all e-book sales generated from two other geopolitical thrillers to the I CARE Foundation: the financial espionage thriller titled The Den of the Assassin, and, the theological thriller titled Cloning Christ.
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