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Bulletin 102: Winter 2000/2001

In this issue: Abstinence in the BMJHow much child abuseMaking Sense of CensorshipTransferable TaxTo school or not to school?Parental leave… will it really help?Prof Jerome LejeuneBook Reviews Abstinence in the BMJ Congratulations to Dr Trevor Stammers, a trustee and tireless promoter of our work, on the publication of his excellent article on the importance of …


Bulletin 101: Autumn 2000

In this issue: Sex Under Sixteen? A date for your diary Director’s Message …and from the Founder President Sex and Relationship Education Guidance Sexually Transmitted Infections Same Sex ‘Marriage’ Amen to that! Bequests and Legacies Book Reviews Special Offers ChildLine Sex Under Sixteen? In September the Trust published the results of its largest research project, …


Bulletin 100: Summer 2000

In this issue: All change for Waterloo! Family Life Award: Citation Annual General Meeting Smacking blindness Marriage 2000 FET in Scotland Child swapping For better and for worse Quality time Freedom to discipline The European Court of Human Rights Teenage regrets MATCH Sexually Transmitted Infections Abstinence update Book Reviews European Employment Directive All change for …


Bulletin 99: Spring 2000

In this issue: Annual Conference Book Review: Why do they do that? Children’s Society News in brief Neo-traditionalism Parents: personæ non gratæ Parental disipline Section 28 Whose democracy? Annual Conference Saturday 17 June 2000 The Royal Air Force Club 128 Piccadilly, London W1 10.30 am for 10.45 to 5 pm It is our privilege to …


Bulletin 98: Winter 1999/2000

In this issue: News in brief Section 28 Funding Marriage support The ‘Widow’ Reaction Book Review: The Sex-Change Society UN Convention on Children’s Rights News in Brief Traditional Family: Two recent polls conducted by Wirthlin Worldwide and MORI found that respondents overwhelmingly supported the traditional family. Wirthlin’s survey found that 74 per cent of the …


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