民法819条(単独親権制度)改正を求め共同親権・共同監護制度の導入・ハーグ条約締結の推進と活動を行っています

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親子断絶防止法 全国連絡会

 Webサイトはこちらhttp://oyako-law.org/

Children First

 Webサイトはこちらhttp://www.childrenfirst.jp/

チルドレンファーストは、全ての子ども達の福祉と権利を尊重し、子どもたちの”未来の礎”となる活動を行っています。

親子の面会交流を実現する全国ネットワーク(親子ネット)

 Webサイトはこちらhttp://blog.goo.ne.jp/oyakonet

親子ネットは、親子が自由に交流出来るよう、面接交渉権の明文化や共同親権の実現を目指して活動しています。

共同親権運動ネットワーク(Kネット)

 Webサイトはこちらhttp://kyodosinken.com/

親子ネット関西

 Webサイトはこちらhttp://oyakonet-kansai.seesaa.net/

親子ネットNAGANO

 Webサイトはこちらhttp://oyakonetnagano.jimdo.com/

親子ネット三重

 Webサイトはこちらhttp://mie.oyakonet.org/

kimidoriRibbon Project

Webサイトはこちらhttp://kimidori-ribbon.org/

Left Behind Parents Japan

 Webサイトはこちら
http://www.meetup.com/Left-Behind-Parents-Japan/

IAPCR(International Association for Parent Child Reunion)

Webサイトはこちらhttp://www.iapcr.org/

平成22年7月31日(土)に栄でデモ行進、名古屋国際センターでシンポジウムを開催しました。
http://www.iapcr.org/chubu-kyoudou-shinken-symposium-and-demonstration-in-nagoya/
平成22年6月27日(日)に栄・セントラルパークで街頭活動を行いました。
http://www.iapcr.org/new-left-behind-fathers-group-in-nagoya/

About IAPCR
The IAPCR, International Association for Parent Child Reunion, is an incorporated not-for-profit legal entity in Japan. As our name states, we are dedicated to law supporting parent and child communication and interaction. Currently Japan’s legal system is a complete disgrace when it comes to these issues. Japan has a sole-custody system so after a couple with children separate, one parent takes care of the child. In these cases, it is typically said that over 80% of all children have absolutely no access to the other parent.

Not only does the Japanese legal system encourage no contact whatsoever with the parent which does not have legal custody, but Japan is an haven for international abduction. This is for both cultural reasons and for the fact that Japan is not a signatory of The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. This easily allows abduction to Japan without any fear of prosecution.

The IAPCR was founded in order to fight these injustices to the basic human rights of our children. We feel that a three-pronged approach will be most effective in change laws in Japan:

1. Domestic pressure on local and federal government
2. International pressure from individual countries whose citizens have been subject to having their children abducted to Japan
3. Joint international pressure on Japan to sign the Hague convention.

It’s founding members include:

Darshaun Nadeau, President
Steve Christi, Board member
Kevin Brown, Board member
Todd Schmidt, Auditor

IAPCR is located in Tokyo. We welcome new members and participation by anyone sympathetic to our cause. Do not hesitate to contact us.

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