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Should children's lawyers be required to electronically record their meetings with children to ensure accuracy of disclosure?

Should Canadian judges be appointed politically for life as is the current policy or should they be elected by Canadians?

Should Canadians have the right to have anyone of their choosing represent them in court if this is their informed decision?

1(b) - Child Protection System Consumer Survey (from child's perspective)

(NOTE: THIS SURVEY IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
This survey is to collect reliable statistics from persons who have had dealings with a child protection agency in Canada as a minor 18 years or younger. Because the experiences of children can be much different from that of their parents a separate survey form from a child's perspective has been created. This would include children who were living at home with parents as well as children in foster care or group home settings. Any person who feels that they were affected in a positive or negative manner by a child protection agency at any time during their years 18 and younger are encouraged to participate with this survey.

1(c) - Child protection workers going into children's school survey

(NOTE: THIS SURVEY IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
In recent years, a number of school boards have been allowing child protection workers to enter schools and to secretly interrogate children without the knowledge of parents and without the informed consent of the parents or children. Some school boards are allowing child protection workers to be stationed in schools to spy on children while at school. Many lawyers and civil rights activists maintain the position that this practice is highly illegal and a violation of the basic rights of the children and their parents.

1(d) - Child protection survey for person acting in the capacity of school teacher or other school official

(NOTE: THIS SURVEY IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND NOT AVAILABLE FOR INPUT AT THIS TIME)
This survey is to gather reliable statistics from teachers and school officials who have had dealings with child protection agencies and workers within the school system while acting in the capacity of a school official. Teachers and school officials who have been personally affected as a parent and/or child involved with a child protection agency should fill out the other surveys.

04 - Canadian Lawyers Survey

(NOTE: THIS SURVEY IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
This survey is to gather reliable statistics from persons who have had good or bad experiences with lawyers in Canada with whom they have paid for services from their own resources. Those who have been pleased with the services provided by a lawyer are encouraged to share their experience about their lawyer so that others will know which lawyers are known for doing a good job for their clients.

Canadian family court Judges and family courts consumer survey

(NOTE: THIS SURVEY IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
This survey is to gather reliable statistics about the performance of Canadian family court judges and the family court system in general from the perspective of persons who have been a party in a family court anywhere in Canada. This survey will also gather statistics on the tru and confidence that Canadians have in the family court system. Due to the significant adverse impact that the family courts are having on children and families right across Canada, this specific survey focuses only on the family court system.

5(a) - Children's Lawyer Survey (From parents perspective)

(NOTE: THIS SURVEY IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
This survey is to collect reliable statistics based on those Canadian parents who have been affected by lawyers specifically representing their children during any type of court related matter

06 - Women's Shelter Consumer Survey (for women clients)

(NOTE: THIS SURVEY IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION)
This survey is to gather reliable statistics from persons who have been affected in a positive or negative way by their experience with a women's shelter anywhere in Canada. Children who resided in a women's shelter with their mothers are also encouraged to participate with this survey.

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