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JUMP Library

 

JUMP has access to many additional key public law cases, parenting book reviews, factsheets, and articles which cannot all be included on the website.

 

If you would like further information on a specific topic or would like to suggest additional important publications which JUMP could feature on the website please contact us by e-mail.

 

Other Parenting Related Publications

 

Included on this website are important publications and resources to assist all parents addressing parenting time issues with their children. Of particular interest will be information relating to parental alienation.

 

Please view information on this page relating to:

 

JUMP Responses to Government & Law Society Consultations

JUMP Press Releases

JUMP Media Publications

Key Public Family Law Cases

National Media Publications

Parental Alienation Publications

Parenting Publications

 

Hanging by a Thread 4

 

Parental Alienation Publications

 

JUMP Activities

 

JUMP Supports International Parental Alienation Awareness Day on 25 April 2006

 

Raising Awareness of Parental Alienation International Parental Alienation Awareness Day 25 April 2008: FNF, JUMP and MATCH survey: experiences with Parental Alienation

 


 

Factsheets

 

Families Need Fathers Factsheet No.16 - Parental Alienation

 

MATCH Fact Sheet No. 10 - Parental Alienation Syndrome

 

Books

 

Adult Children of Parental Alienation Syndrome: Breaking the

TiesThat Bind - Amy J. L. Baker

 

Beyond the High Road - Amy J. L. Baker

E-book providing specific advice for handling 17 of the most

common parental alienation strategies

 

The International Handbook of Parental Alienation Sydrome:

Conceptual, Clinical and Legal Considerations

- Richard A Gardner, Richard S Sauber, Demosthenes Lorandos

 

Divorce Poison - Dr Richard A Warshak

 

Parental Alienation: How to Understand and Address Parental Alienation Resulting from Acrimonious Divorce or Separation - LF Lowenstein

 

Research Papers

 

Parents Who Have Successfully Fought Parental Alienation

Syndrome - Jane A. Major Ph.D. (UCLA)

 

The Use of Children in the Separation Process:

Parental Alienation Syndrome. Aticle for the Magazine Lex Nova, October - December 2005 - José Manuel Aguilar Cuenca, Psychologist

 
 

Videos

 

Parenting: Parental Alienation - Dr Jayne Major

 

Victims of Another War: The Aftermath of Parental Alienation

 

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM- V)

 

American Psychiatric Association - DSM-V: The Future Manual
The process for revising the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)

 

Support the inclusion of PAS in DSM-V

 
 

Parenting Publications

 

I Want to See

My Kids!

Tina Rayburn & Nick Forder

 

 

Lost Children:

A Guide for Separating Parents Penny Cross

Putting Children First:

A Handbook

for Separated Parents

Karen & Nick Woodall

These Are My Children, Too

Catherine Meyer

 

A Mother Apart: How to Let Go of Guilt and Find Happiness Living Apart from Your Child

Sarah Hart

The Custody Minefield: Parental Separation, Your Rights and the Law
Michael Robinson

Houses of Parliament

 

JUMP Responses to Government & Law Society Consultations

 
  • • Government Green Paper on Parental Separation, July 2004
  • • Constitutional Affairs Committee Inquiry into the UK Family Law System, January 2005
  • • 2nd Edition of the Law Society’s Family Law Protocol, February 2005

Draft Children (Contact) & Adoption Bill, February 2005

• Department for Education & Skills Parenting Plans Document Review, April 2005

  • • House of Lords Review of the Children (Contact) & Adoption Bill, June - November 2005
  • • CAFCASS 'Every Day Matters' Consultation Paper, October 2005 - January 2006
  • • Department for Constitutional Affairs Consultation on Improving Transparency
  •   & Privacy in Family Courts, July - October   2006
  • • Government White Paper on A New System of Child Maintenance, December 2006
  • • Centre for Social Justice Family Law Review, January 2008
    Grandparents Rights Petition. A Response to the Government, March 2008
  •    (Petition and response created by The Custody Minefield and supported by JUMP
  •    and other UK parent and grandparents groups)
  • • Children and Adoption Act 2006 - Court Rules, May 2008
 

NEWS    

 

JUMP Press Releases

 

July 2004
JUMP Attends Pioneering Conservative Party Family Access Summit in
Westminster

 

January 2005
Continuing Successes for JUMP: Constitutional Affairs Committee Reviewing UK Family Justice System Accepts Written Evidence from JUMP Chief Rabbi Also Supports JUMP Initiatives with Agreement to Submit Statement to Constitutional Affairs Committee

 

September 2005
JUMP Invited to House of Lords to Input into Children & Adoption Bill
Discussions

 

April 2006
JUMP Supports International Parental Alienation Awareness Day on 25 April 2006

 

December 2006

JUMP Launches Parenting Plans Booklet

 

JUMP Media Publications

Reproduced with kind permission from the Jewish Chronicle

 

Jumping to conclusions
Jewish Chronicle 21 June 2002

 

JUMP start to protest for fair access to children
Jewish Chronicle 25 June 2004

 

Howards Family Values
Jewish Chronicle 16 July 2004

 

Parenting rights call
Jewish Chronicle 21 January 2005

 

High level Jump role
Jewish Chronicle 30 September 2005

 

Children: Divorces real problem
Jewish Chronicle 29 December 2006

 
 

Law school

 

Key Public Family Law Cases

 

04 February 2004

A & A (Wall Judgement) - Granting of shared residency order
www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/judgmentsfiles/j2253/father&mother.htm

 

01 April 2004

F & M (Munby Judgement) - Father loses contact through failure of family law system

 

20 April 2004

V vs V (Bracewell Judgement) - Change of residence
Available on request

 

21 June 2005

M (Children) (Wall & Baker Court of Appeal) - Appeal allowed for mother to have contact with her estranged children reassessed in Court

 

14 December 2005

C v C (Sumner Judgement) - A child care case involving a discussion of the need for a section 37 order so that children could have a psychiatric assessment
Available on request

 

20 May 2008

A-H (Children) (Wall, Richard & Kennedy Court of Appeal) - Application for permission to appeal orders in an intractable contact dispute. Application refused but with recommendations for future representation of the children

 

news
 


National Media Publications

 

2008

 
The Times June 16

Family courts out of touch says judge

 

Mail Online June 5
Why more and more women are losing custody battles over their children

 

The Times June 3
Mum doesn't live with us any more

 

The Times May 1
Vengeful mothers leave good fathers powerless to see child, says judge

 

BBC Online April 5
Families in meltdown, judge says

 

2007

 

The Times December 18

Child support Bill

 

The Guardian December 10

Family justice policy does not work for children, report says

 

The Sunday Times October 7

Hidden heartache of the weekend mothers

 

Telegraph Magazine September 22
Torn Apart

 

The Times July 17
Family courts should be led out of the dark ages

 

The Times June 12
The Government must help children of divorcees

 

2006

 

Guardian Online August 27
Justice must be seen to be done in family courts

 

2005

BBC News February 14
The mothers who fight 4 justice

 

2004

 

The Times July 27
Separating parents: why not give them equal rights?

 

2003

 

The Guardian February 17

Judge warns on access to children

 

2002

 

The Guardian Tuesday October 1
Poisonous Parenting