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10 rules for a new family law

Here are 3 basic principles and 10 rules that can be used by any nation for a new family law. This towards gender equality and the UN Global Goals in the best interest of the child.

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UN Examination Report

The World Parents Organization has submitted it's UN Examination Report on Children and Fathers to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. 

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Gender Equality for Everyone

International Mens Day Conference 19th November 2019 in Oslo, Norway with speakers Warren Farrell (USA), Karen Straughan (Canadian), Jesper Lohse (Denmark), Dag Furuholmen and Asle Toje (Norway)

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Kentucky and Arizona are leaders

Kentucky in the US has created a new family law with the presumption of shared parenting and equally parenting time being in the best interest of the child.

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The UN Office of the High Commissionaire

The UN High Commissionaire Office, the European Commission, the European Human Rights Court and Cedaw has been informed about human rights violations in the Nordic countries and most western world countries today. 

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Council of Europe

Presentation by Jesper Lohse, MBA & Nordic Father at the Council of Europe on Childrens Health, Human Rights and Shared Parenting

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Gender Equality

The Worlds first gender equality catalog for children and fathers created by Jesper Lohse, MBA & Nordic Father

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Danish study of 44.509 children

Children who experience parental break-up have higher stress levels, also many years after the break-up, and those living in a single parent household post break-up seem to be most vulnerable.

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