Haunted Motherhood: How Britain’s Forced Adoption Policy Deepens Family Trauma And Social Inequality

Traumatised mothers, fathers and children prove the hidden costs of the non-consensual adoption and fostering racket are too high for any civilised society to tolerate.

Researching Reform

New research published in The Sociological Review, claims that women who have had their children forcibly removed through child protection proceedings live in a constant and critical state of trauma, which creates further inequalities for families and society as a whole.

The study says that this unique form of trauma affects women in four ways: mothers are forever haunted by the loss of their children, forced into silence because of the stigma attached to non consensual adoption, unable to get back on their feet because support services are missing, and live in constant fear of future children being removed by the Family Court.

Researching Reform is hugely excited to see this new body of work emerging, which mirrors our own concerns exactly, as our readers will know. For clarity, we should explain that while Moriss does not explicitly call “state ordered court removal”, forced adoption, and she may have her…

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