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Re: Doctor on the Run

Post by Nina on 24.04.13 15:42


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Re: Doctor on the Run

Post by whmon on 24.04.13 15:58


Very, very well said!

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Re: Doctor on the Run

Post by aquila on 24.04.13 20:12

Quote from Missing People website to show young people they've helped.


'Young people we've helped





Runaway Helpline gets thousands of calls, emails and texts every week. Here are a few examples of the people we’ve helped.

As we are confidential we have not given the real names of the people we helped.

Sam


At Christmas 2008, Missing People launched a free text service to the
Runaway Helpline number. The very first message we received had just
one word - ‘help’. Sam, 13, had run away and wanted to harm himself. Sam
said that no one cared. We cared. Missing People found Sam a safe place
to go in his local area.

Tina


Tina was very upset when she called Runaway Helpline. She told us she
was 11 and that she had been kicked out from home. Half way through the
call Tina hung up. We did not hear back from Tina that night and we
were worried about her.

Tina called us back a few days later and
asked us to contact a Social Worker for her. We made the call and a
Social Worker who agreed to call Tina in the phone box.

We heard
from Tina a month later as she had run away again that morning. It was
now very late at night. Tina was getting very cold and had nowhere to
go. With our support Tina agreed to speak on the phone to a police
officer. They agreed to pick Trina up and to make sure she had somewhere
warm and safe to go that night.

Will


We first spoke to Will on a Saturday evening. He told us that he had
run away because his dad had been hitting and kicking him. Will was now
getting very behind at school.

Will was very scared and told us
he was feeling very lonely. We encouraged Will to talk things through
with a Social Worker. We were able to explain to the Social Worker that
Will was worried about talking about what his dad.

Will is now staying with his mum and is safe and happy.'


I find it incredible that this minefield of a website can only come up with this statement to qualify service delivery in helping young missing people. That huge launch of a telephone number and this is all they can come up with on their mega-buck website!
Kate McCann is chosen to launch a digital media campaign and the results are?

https://www.missingpeople.org.uk/missing-people/young-people/young-people-weve-helped









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Re: Doctor on the Run

Post by Guest on 24.04.13 20:18

@aquila wrote:Quote from Missing People website to show young people they've helped.


'Young people we've helped





Runaway Helpline gets thousands of calls, emails and texts every week. Here are a few examples of the people we’ve helped.

As we are confidential we have not given the real names of the people we helped.

Sam


At Christmas 2008, Missing People launched a free text service to the
Runaway Helpline number. The very first message we received had just
one word - ‘help’. Sam, 13, had run away and wanted to harm himself. Sam
said that no one cared. We cared. Missing People found Sam a safe place
to go in his local area.

Tina


Tina was very upset when she called Runaway Helpline. She told us she
was 11 and that she had been kicked out from home. Half way through the
call Tina hung up. We did not hear back from Tina that night and we
were worried about her.

Tina called us back a few days later and
asked us to contact a Social Worker for her. We made the call and a
Social Worker who agreed to call Tina in the phone box.

We heard
from Tina a month later as she had run away again that morning. It was
now very late at night. Tina was getting very cold and had nowhere to
go. With our support Tina agreed to speak on the phone to a police
officer. They agreed to pick Trina up and to make sure she had somewhere
warm and safe to go that night.

Will


We first spoke to Will on a Saturday evening. He told us that he had
run away because his dad had been hitting and kicking him. Will was now
getting very behind at school.

Will was very scared and told us
he was feeling very lonely. We encouraged Will to talk things through
with a Social Worker. We were able to explain to the Social Worker that
Will was worried about talking about what his dad.

Will is now staying with his mum and is safe and happy.'


I find it incredible that this minefield of a website can only come up with this statement to qualify service delivery in helping young missing people. That huge launch of a telephone number and this is all they can come up with on their mega-buck website!
Kate McCann is chosen to launch a digital media campaign and the results are?

https://www.missingpeople.org.uk/missing-people/young-people/young-people-weve-helped

Hey, how about this?

From Belgium and the Netherlands, around 300 minors or young adolescents are now reported missing; probably gone to Syria to prop up the Free Syrian Army. Most of their parents appear to be desperate, all the more so because they receive iphone calls from their missing loved ones saying this is not quite what they expected when they set out. These children are missing (people)

Kate, sorry to disturb you at your lofty travails, but how about it?

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Re: Doctor on the Run

Post by PeterMac on 24.04.13 22:46

And this is exactly the point.
Missing - implies that no one knows where they are. If someone knows, they are not "Missing". They are just somewhere else.
Abducted - has a legal definition in each civilised country, - (which differs !) - but includes cases where one parent has the child and the other one does not.
Kidnapped - is in more common usage, but does not seem to feature in legal papers.
Stolen - is usually applied only to non-human property.
Run-away - implies that the young person has taken a conscious decision to escape the horror of their family home - though it is not usually presented in this way
and so on

Perhaps one of the 'good' things all these disparate and expensive charities could do would be to agree on the use of language.
And then to lobby governments across the world to use consistent language, easily identifiable words for each of the different situations.

The PACT woman had her own children taken by her own husband, their father.
It has NEVER been suggested that the children are in danger, ill treated, or anything else.
They are simply with one parent, rather than the other one.
She has taken a huge salary every year since.
What she has actually achieved is entirely unclear.
She was assisted by Cherie Blair, who may also have received money from the Charity.
What she ever achieved was also entirely unclear.

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Re: Doctor on the Run

Post by PeterMac on 24.04.13 23:01

Have started a new thread on this. It is excellent, clear, focussed, and to the point.


keyword search for Kevin, who apparently needs more than five minutes to find out what has been posted
Kevin, Kevin, Kretin, Carter-Ruck, Tony Bennett,
Kevin, top right is a "search" box.
Use that.
It is is very simple.
Or get one of the office juniors to show you how.

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Re: Doctor on the Run

Post by aquila on 25.04.13 11:27

100,000 people missing in a year.

SkyNews interview with the CEO Missing People.

I admit that maths isn't a strength of mine but I don't understand the numbers in this interview.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYYde0uxD30

I am not in anyway denigrating the work of Missing People. I just don't understand the figures and there are a few figures in this interview.

ETA. This is an article from the Independent 11th October 2009 quoting 275,000 people go missing.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/the-missing-each-year-275000-britons-disappear-1801010.html

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