Support 4 the Family

Rights of Mum and Dad
as nurturers and educators of their children

Rights of children
to access their natural parents

Right to childhood innocence
No sex education in primary schools

Right to believe
that marriage is a man and a woman only

Aims and Objectives


The family used to be widely recognised as the fundamental unit of society, with considerable influence on social, economic and public policy. It has suffered a steady decline since the sexual revolution of the 1960s, giving way to political correctness, the increasing power of state institutions and massive expenditure (1). This is tragic on many levels, and those who suffer the most are children and the poor. We would like to influence public policy in order to restore the family to its rightful place in society.

We are members of UKIP, aspiring to become recognised by the party as a Special Interest Group.

1. Aims

Our aims are to affirm, promote, support and protect the ideals of:

  1. marriage as the permanent and faithful union of one man and one woman and:
  2. married mothers and fathers as parents.

2. Objectives

  1. To support UKIPís policy of giving legal protection to those expressing a religious, moral or philosophic conscience on the nature of marriage.
  2. To support UKIPís policy of banning sex education in primary schools, to preserve the innocence and natural reserve of young children and protect them from preoccupation with sexual matters.
  3. To support UKIPís policy of giving a 50/50 split of responsibility to both parents for the welfare of their children in the event of their divorce.
  4. To support UN resolutions which call upon member states to reaffirm that the family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is rightly entitled to protection by society and the State.
  5. To affirm Article 18 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child that ďboth parents have common responsibilities for the upbringing and development of the child.Ē (Therefore children have rights and claims upon the parents responsible for bringing them into the world, which cannot be waived or abrogated.)
  6. To abolish adoption targets which result in the removal of a disproportionate number of babies and small children from their families.
  7. To affirm the rights of parents to be primary nurturers and educators of their children.
  8. To support the nurture of healthy self-confident children prepared for the complexities of the 21st century.
  9. To promote peer reviewed research into the effectiveness of marriage, as defined in clause 1a above, as the foundation for the family.

References

1. Cost of Family Failure: £47 bn and still rising. Relationships Foundation, 2015.
Full Report (PDF).

Huge rise of babies in care

Huge rise of babies in care

"In 2008, around 800 babies were taken into care at birth or shortly after in England, but in 2013 it was over 2000."