Samstag, 1. November : Papas-Picknick-Tours
**Sa. 1. November ** Papas-Picknick-Tours** Aufgepasst!
Am morgigen Samstag ist von 12.00 - 16.00 Uhr Picknick-Tours auf dem Abenteuerspielplatz Forcki in Friedrichshain angesagt. (S-Storkowerstr., ca. 400m, Eldenaerstr. 12)
Alle Papas mit Kindern und Sack und Pack kommen zum Stockbrot backen, Rauf-Training, Brunchen, Buttons machen, Film gucken, Kartoffelpuffer braten, Bogenschiessen, Lagerfeuer und noch viel mehr (bei Regen mit Film).
Demo in Fulda am 4. Oktober 2008
Auch am Amtsgericht Fulda machte die Demo halt. Viele schrieben die Namen der Kinder auf den Asphalt, die sie nicht sehen dürfen!
Vor dem Schloss in Fulda
Michael Pfennig gab ein kleines Konzert.
Bilder und Bericht aus der Fuldaer Zeitung.
EGMR: Sorgerecht bleibt bei Ex-Porno-Star Cicciolina
In der Pressemeldung heißt es:
No violation of Article 8
The applicant, Jeffrey Lynn Koons, is an American national who was born in 1955 and lives in New York. His son L.M. was born in New York in 1992 from his marriage with a Hungarian national who had acquired Italian citizenship by naturalisation. L. M. who has Italian and American nationality, lives in Rome with his mother.
The applicant and Mrs S. have been litigating in the Italian courts about who should have exclusive custody of their child since 1994. Mr Koons complained of the Italian courts’ decisions, firstly to keep the child in Italian territory, thus preventing his son from visiting him at his home in the United States, and secondly to award custody to the mother, later to Rome social services and then to the mother again. He relied on Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (right to respect for private and family life).
The European Court of Human Rights noted that the Italian authorities had made a thorough assessment of the family situation and the interests of all concerned, especially those of L.M., in order to find the solution most likely to provide him with a stable home environment, a necessary condition for his healthy and balanced development. It considered that the Italian judicial authorities had made every effort to protect the higher interests of the child, while always recognising the applicant’s right of contact, in a difficult situation marked by constant disagreement between the parties and their inability to put their son’s well-being first. The Court held by five votes to two that there had been no violation of Article 8. (The judgment is available only in French.)