Parental Alienation Awareness Day is on the 25th April 2019, and is part of a global campaign. Currently, the UK family court system and its government agencies neglect or refuse to acknowledge this damaging issue in society which continues to destroy families. There are laws that define and punish parental alienation in other countries, such as Mexico and Brazil. However, it is still not recognised in British law, despite having been recognised as a form of child abuse from as far back as the mid-1970s.
Here in the UK we will be holding a march in London from The Royal Courts of Justice to 10 Downing Street. The aim is to stand up against this abuse and prevent it from continuing to happen to thousands of children and families from all backgrounds.
Please join us to mark this event.
We need as many of you to attend as possible, whether you have been directly affected by parental alienation, or you know somebody that has been. Stand with us to show your support in highlighting the significance of this issue.