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6 Ways to Raise an Activist | Parent Allies

  Today we are grateful to the brilliant Yolanda Williams of Parenting Decolonized for sharing her wisdom as we launch our Parent Allies: Normalise feature.  Normalise brings the focus on all sorts of different families who are living child rights in their homes because we recognise that too often in this online parenting world there is an assumption that the audience…

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How to become a parent ally after a traumatic childhood

Becoming a Parent Ally after a traumatic childhood

We are so grateful to Rebecca C for sharing her story here with us. It comes with a trigger warning, descriptions of childhood trauma. Love and courage to you as you read her story.  The first time I remember disassociating from abuse I was eight years old.  I vividly remember where my brain took me, to a play kitchen I had…

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Thirteen reasons not to smack


I find it astonishing that smacking children is still being debated in some countries. I live in a country where violence against children has been illegal to for many years – as illegal as it is to hurt your dog or beat your spouse. It’s astonishing as all the evidence points to the fact that smacking is ineffectual, leads to seriously…

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Parent Allies Guide to the Festive Season

The Parent Allies Guide to the Festive Season

‘Tis the season to be jolly! And stressed! And broke! And also, the season to sort of regress to your seven year old self at family gatherings! Fa la la la la-la la la la! Ah, I jest, I jest. We’ve got this. We so do. (Some minutes.) However. Just in case you need a little fortifying of your parenting…

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