Donna Bugat: I am bringing universal legal challenge (ie: British Commonwealth, Europe, & 'Hague Adoption Convention' countries @ ECHR) to end practise of adoption (but without claiming damages, despite practise of adoption being illegal, because… priority is to end practise of adoption) (03.01.2021)
... donna... the reasonable self defence of the peace and harmony of the rule of law exists every single day, to make the world a safer and kinder place for the benefit of everyone...
I am bringing what is legally speaking, really a universal legal challenge (incl. British Commonwealth, Europe & 'Hague Adoption Convention' countries @ ECHR) to end the practise of adoption (but without claiming damages, despite the practise of adoption being illegal, because the... priority is to end the practise of adoption)
It is sufficient to say 'adoption is a disproportionate abuse of process that is not prescribed by law, and cannot be effectively remedied'.
Therefore, the legal reality is it will only be legally permissible to have legally reviewable guardianships until adulthood, and no-one needs to pay any money to or have the permission of any state to have our identity, and governments must show good faith by paying for the changes in our documentation, and any other bureaucracy, including transnational citizenships (which should really be a matter of our choice)
(My personal view is the only real reason 'Hague Adoption Convention' countries continue with adoptions, which are so legally anomalous, is because they have been trying to avoid a global class action)
The end of the practise of adoption will also mean our legal rights are also restored, so that we are able to get proper health and insurance cover, and so on and so forth.
I know (from my own experience in voluntary unpaid roles) that it is essential to have voluntary unpaid oversight, of a secure central database paid for by governments, containing the information about legally reviewable guardianships until adulthood.
(The truth is I do personally want to be based in Gibraltar on the Mediterranean, but still keep my home in France, because I really do need to be able to get on with… my own life)
(formerly known as Babs Tucker)