maandag, oktober 31, 2016

Koeien dragen staarten lets put the sun to bed


Je zingt vals, wil je niet meezingen? Kies Koos




RCAU # 28 en # 35: Submissions for public hearings into Ballarat and Melbourne Catholic Church authorities published

31 October 2016
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has published the written submissions for the public hearing into Catholic Church authorities in Ballarat on its website.

The public hearing inquired into the response of the Catholic Diocese of Ballarat and other Catholic Church authorities in Ballarat to allegations of child sexual abuse against clergy or religious. It also inquired into the response of the Congregation of Christian Brothers in St Patrick’s Province, Australia, to allegations of child sexual abuse against Christian Brothers.

The submissions can be found on the Case Study 28 page on the Royal Commission’s website.

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has also published the written submissions for the public hearing into the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne on its website.

The submissions can be found on the Case Study 35 page on the Royal Commission’s website.


vrijdag, oktober 28, 2016

Vliegende tapijtjes

Je zult maar groene ogen hebben


en dan belt de afdeling Hulpverlening van een of ander Meldpunt op omdat een andere afdeling inmiddels klaar is

Ik wou dat ik wist wat ik met mijn opvliegers moet

Mezelf heilig voornemen dat ik dan niet spontaan moeoeoeoeoedeeeeer begin te krijsen, waarschijnlijk.

donderdag, oktober 27, 2016

Top court to rule on fate of personal accounts of residential schools

27 - 10 - 2016
Globe and Mail
The future of the often heart-rending stories told by survivors of Canada’s residential schools will be decided by the country’s top court.
The Supreme Court of Canada said Thursday it would hear the federal government’s appeal of a decision that the highly personal accounts should be destroyed after 15 years — unless the individuals decide otherwise. The court also ruled Inuit representatives can take part in the case.
The federal government sought leave to appeal to the Supreme Court, arguing it controls the documents and that they are subject to legislation related to privacy, access to information, and archiving.
The documents at issue relate to compensation claims made by as many as 30,000 survivors of Indian residential schools — many disturbing accounts of sexual, physical and psychological abuse.
The compensation scheme — handled under an independent assessment process known as the IAP — flowed from the 2006 settlement of a class-action suit related to the notorious residential schools.

The government, along with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, argued the survivor accounts are a critical part of Canadian history that should be preserved. However, the independent claims adjudicator maintained that claimants were promised confidentiality, and only they have the right to waive their privacy.

“Claimants in the independent assessment process must control the stories of their experiences at residential school,” Chief Adjudicator Dan Shapiro said in a statement Thursday.

“Unless a claimant specifically consents to their records being archived, in order to protect claimants’ confidentiality, documents created and collected in the IAP should destroyed when they are no longer needed in the IAP.”

Initially, a lower court judge ruled the material should be destroyed after 15 years, although individuals could consent to have their stories preserved at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation in Winnipeg.
In a split decision in April, the Ontario Court of Appeal agreed, saying the documents were not government records subject to archiving laws, and their disposition should be at the sole discretion of the survivors.
CBC News
In upholding the shredding decision, Ontario’s top court ruled that claimants who chose confidentiality should never have to face the risk that their stories would be stored against their will in a government archive and possibly disclosed.

The court also rejected the idea the documents were “government records” but fell under judicial control.
The dissenting justice, however, rejected that idea, saying the documents should be turned over to Library and Archives Canada subject to normal privacy safeguards and rules.
“If the IAP documents are destroyed,” Justice Robert Sharpe said in his dissent, “We obliterate an important part of our effort to deal with a very dark moment in our history.”
About 150,000 First Nations, Inuit and Metis children were forced to attend the church-run residential schools over much of the last century as part of government efforts to “take the Indian out of the child.” Many suffered horrific abuse.
Material collected separately by the truth commission, which also heard from thousands of survivors, is archived at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation at the University of Manitoba.


# 45


dinsdag, oktober 25, 2016

Dank je wel, Heer Wolters.

De vraag dringt zich inmiddels op wat dat Pieter Baan Centrum - dan wel niet onwaarschijnlijk na de zoveelste her- en/ of reorganisatie hoe de mogelijke opvolger daarvan dan ook nu weer moge heten -  eigenlijk kost 

Dank U wel, Professor Wolters
Wat ben ik blij dat je er was en je mond open deed. 
Bedankt Doek, ik zal m'n kunstkop koesteren! 

Royal Commission releases discussion paper on trauma-informed approaches to child sexual abuse

25-10 -2015

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has released a discussion paper examining the growing interest in trauma-informed care and the implementation of trauma-informed approaches to support survivors of trauma, including survivors of child sexual abuse.

The discussion paper, Principles of trauma-informed approaches to child sexual abuse, was produced by Dr Antonia Quadara and Cathryn Hunter from the Australian Institute of Family Studies.

Authors described trauma-informed care as emerging from the growing awareness of the impacts of trauma on victim/survivors of child sexual abuse and recognition that human-service systems needed to avoid inadvertently re-traumatising survivors of child sexual abuse.

Royal Commission CEO Philip Reed said the discussion paper provides an important contribution to our understanding of the key principles of trauma-informed care. These principles include:
  • having a sound understanding of the prevalence and nature of trauma arising from interpersonal violence and its impacts
  • ensuring practices and procedures  promote the physical, psychological and emotional safety of consumers and survivors
  • adopting service cultures and practices which empower consumers in their recovery by emphasising autonomy, collaboration and strength-based approaches
  • recognising and being responsive to the social and cultural contexts which shape survivors’ needs and healing pathways
  • recognising the importance of relationships in overcoming trauma and supporting healing.

 “The concept of trauma-informed care is about building an understanding of the traumatic impacts survivors will face at all levels of an organisation or system,” Mr Reed said.

“The discussion paper suggests that effective implementation of trauma-informed approaches will assist survivors of abuse and should help inadvertently re-traumatising them,” Mr Reed said.

Read the paper.

# 45 RCAU


Thank you CLG
maar die rare zin: you're now excused werkt niet.
Dank je wel!

 It will be when the thoughts and times 
 Of memories and pain invade my mind 
 When solitary memories come crashing 
 through the door 
When the vacuum that engulfs them
When the secret that enflames them 
Raises through my feet and penetrates my 

But for now the dance is over 
I cannot waltz another step 
My everything is spent 
Sleep will soon engulf me 
And give me time to rest 

This dance had taken many things 
My spirit, soul, my everything 
But flames that once climbed high 
Through a mad and insane fire 
Now they die 

I have lost more than I've gained 
But I'm sane 
No-one can see my pain 
Impact of the abuse on intimate relationships. 

maandag, oktober 24, 2016

# 45

Public hearing into Case Study 45 will resume
with witness Milton Cujes.

Transcript 21-10-2016

zondag, oktober 23, 2016



donderdag, oktober 20, 2016

# 45 RCAU Verstandskiezen


Case Study 45, Response to children with problematic or harmful sexual behaviours in schools, October 2016, Sydney

The Royal Commission will hold a public hearing in Sydney from Thursday, 20 October 2016 commencing at 10:00am AEDT.

The public hearing will inquire into the response to children with problematic or harmful sexual behaviours in schools.

Please be aware that the content of the public hearings can be distressing for viewers.
Visit support services to find services near you, or for immediate support call the Royal Commission on 1800 099 340 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

Zo, en als we nou toch bezig zijn, 
kan dan meteen  iemand die vogel van die van Berne abdij 
een trap onder zijn ongetwijfeld eerbiedwaardige achterwerk , nee niet verkopen, gewoon even geven. 

zaterdag, oktober 15, 2016

Breaking the chains of stigmata



TM 16

October 14, 2016

A lot of mental health projects of Fracarita International celebrate World Mental Health Day (WMHD) in the month of October.

Click on the links below to get to know their programmes:
General information about WMHD

Programmes of African projects

Programmes of Asian projects

Programmes of Latin American projects