Monthly Archives: November 2010

Husbands allowed to beat wives in United Arab Emirates

While some nations produce social evolution, others regress. The Supreme Court in the United Arab Emirates recently ruled that it is a husband’s right, according to Sharia Law, to beat his wife (just don’t leave bruises).  A worry for the … Continue reading

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My interview with Jane Hutcheon on ABC 24

In this interview I was given the opportunity to speak on children’s rights, global progress on child protection, paid parental leave, outsourced childcare and the use of gold stars and plastic toys to ‘reward’ children. I come on second after … Continue reading

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Seminar: Early bonding, your brain and human happiness

There are a few places left for this ABA seminar on wednesday 24th november, 7pm, at the Royal Hospital for Women. To register, contact Wendy here: (02) 9388 7047

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Learning Partnerships for Aussie Indigenous Youth

Wow!! What an amazing initiative this is. ‘Show me the way’ is an Australian  mentoring program that links young indigenous australians to successful and creative elders for mentoring and empowerment. They are achieving wonders, and inspiring many. Every young person … Continue reading

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Free Podcast: Parenting for a Peaceful World

If you resonate with the message of my book: ‘Parenting for a Peaceful World’, you might like this free downloadable podcast interview I just did with Amy Childs in Philadelphia. Slightly muffled sound, but mostly pretty clear. I hope you … Continue reading

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