Sweden’s high court all but bans homeschooling, family appeals to ECHR

Same-sex parenting: Unpacking the social science

Appeal against Named Person judgment to be fast-tracked

Study finds homeschoolers less likely to leave faith than public, private schooled kids

Named Person judgment to be appealed by campaigners

Judge reverses Planned Parenthood ruling

New research on same-sex households reveals kids do best with Mom and Dad

Students opposed to ideological agenda shamed in classroom

12 Year old ‘brain dead’ boy breathing on his own after Texas hospital tried to end life support against parent’s wishes

Boy in coma starts breathing after doctors declare him “brain dead,” try to remove life support

Is Christian teaching on sexuality psychologically harmful?

Texas boy breathing on his own after hospital tried to have him declared ‘brain dead’ against parents’ wishes

Texas hospital tries to pull plug on comatose 12-year-old against parents’ wishes

Named Person legal challenge dismissed – appeal considered

Connecticut to minors: You can pick abortion but not chemotherapy

Virginia County to interrogate home-school teens about their religious beliefs

Sweden continues to quash homeschooling

Sweden picks yet another homeschool fight

Council’s homeschooling plan ‘illegal infringement of rights’

Parents failing to protect their children online, survey reveals

Union lawsuit against Florida school choice programs dismissed, but the battle continues

Lazy fact-checking at ThinkProgress

Named Person: Judge hears new aspect of legal case

Sex ed: ‘Parents sidelined in favour of named persons’

‘Welsh smacking ban would criminalise most parents’

QC: ‘Basic human rights infringed’ by Named Person

Parents calling for change in LPS policy

Critics of LPS form group to advocate for parent rights

Victory: Plans to ‘criminalise religious parents’ dropped

U.K. mother who won case to kill disabled daughter raising international concerns

Named person website is ‘blatant propaganda’

NC school officials not releasing kindergartner unconstitutional

Opposition group turns to stealth and sexism to oppose shared parenting in North Dakota

Connecticut targets homeschoolers

The fundamental case for parental rights

Philadelphia parents are fighting for school choice, and winning

‘Named Person is ultimate insult to loving parents’

These lucky parents get to control their kids’ state education money

Do 10-year-olds have a right to contraception and abortion? Researchers say yes

Home schooling and child custody

Population controller: Parents must be licensed and pass a test to have kids

European high court says no “right” to same-sex marriage: What does this mean for the U.S.?

Scotland to require a government-selected “named person” to monitor every child until 18

Protecting the religious liberty of adoption and foster care providers

Should parents or government raise children?

European Human Rights Court: No right to same-sex marriage

Is same-sex parenting better for kids? The new Australian study can’t tell us

Same-sex parenting: Child abuse?

Why we must honor fathers

Religious parents ‘could be criminalised’ under new law

Wisconsin passes law to curb private custody transfers of children

The Romeike home-school conundrum

Illinois House “kills effort to ban conversion therapy for gay kids”

Italian MPs introduce bill to protect parents’ rights against “gender ideology”

Italian parents push back against “gender deconstruction” project in schools

Utah governor signs bill to beef up adoption rules

Proposed law would ensure parental rights in Missouri

Minn. appeals court rejects ban on children attending mother’s church

Missouri House endorses second parent notification for minors seeking an abortion

Iraqi women protest against proposed Islamic child marriage law

UK: Coventry Jehovah’s Witness baby can have transfusion, judge rules

Volokh: Does “religious affiliation” include nonreligiousness?

Use and Abuse of Religious Exemptions from School Immunization Requirements | Hastings Law Journal

The High Courts in Malaysia and Unilateral Conversion of a Child to Islam by One Parent | Australian Journal of Asian Law

    This article examines the recent, groundbreaking decision of the Ipoh High Court in Perak in the case of Indira Gandhi concerning the unilateral conversion of children by one parent without the consent of the other. On 25 July 2013, Judicial Commissioner Lee Swee Seng may have started a new approach towards the issue of unilateral conversion of children by one spouse. For the first time, a Malaysian High Court quashed conversions of children to Islam by one parent and ruled that both parents must consent to the conversion of their children.


  • Posted: 02/24/2014
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  • Category: Global: Religious Liberty
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