Τετάρτη, 6 Νοεμβρίου 2013

Book - Βιβλίο Articles on Fathers' Rights Movement by Country

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ΤίτλοςArticles on Fathers' Rights Movement by Country, Including: Fathers' Rights Movement in the UK, Fathers' Rights Movement in Italy, Fathers' Rights Mov
ΣυγγραφέαςHephaestus Books
ΕκδότηςHephaestus Books, 2011
ISBN1242979573, 9781242979576
Μέγεθος34 σελίδες
1.000.000 divorced fathers are living in Greece. With the present Greek family civil law, there is almost no option for shared or joined parenting between parents in a case of divorce. In 98% of these cases, the Greek judges decide against the fathers and order that the mothers will have the exclusive child custody. The unic association SYGAPA with 35.000 members, hold many activities for equality between parents and for changing the Greek civil law. As of 2013Greek fathers are still expecting real equality from politicians. They have created the "European Social Movement" covering all European countries.
History:
The association SYGAPA www.sos-sygapa.eu with his President Nicolas Spitalas have change the mentality and his 35.000 members support the actions: 2003: mediation, 2004: Scientific actions, 2005: International Forum, 2006: Congress, 2007: activists actions, 2008: Organisation at Thessaloniki, 2009: Athens-Syntagma, 2010: Conference at Drama, 2011: activism at Larissa, 2012: Publication of books, 2013: propositions for the family law.


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