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PAPA is a civilian run non-profit organization formed under the Society Act in July 2007 in British Columbia, Canada. Exclusively funded by free will donors, PAPA is not affiliated with any ethnic community, religious group or political party. PAPA has no connection with any government or Crown corporation.
PAPA is not a father's right group. We serve distressed parents from both sexes with children removed.
build a safer and better future for our children;
protect the best interests of children by preserving their families, if possible, and restoring healthy parenting ability;
safeguard the rights and dignity of parents in state-sponsored child protection activities.
- Parents have the God-given right and responsibility to care for and bring up their children in a manner which is culturally and socially acceptable to their own values within the boundary of Canadian laws.
- Children are our future. Families are the backbone of our nation.
- Family is the best environment to nourish children. Preservation of family is important to maintain a healthy social structure vital to child upbringing, national security and continuation of civilization.
- Custodial right of one's natural offsprings is a fundamental human right and should be enshrined constitutionally.
- Government must treat parents and children with respect and dignity in carrying out its child protection mandate.
- All child protection activities must meet the approval of parents in their own free will.
- State intervention in family affairs should be avoided except in extreme circumstances. Should interventions become necessary, they must:
- be the least intrusive;
serve the best interests of both children and their parents;
be justified by good evidence and the due process of law.
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[This page was added since inception, last revised 5 October 2011.]