What happened then was that 6 months later Bufetat reported what they consider to be success:Estland bedrer barns beskyttelse etter norsk modell(Estonia improves the protection of children on Norwegian model)
(Link no longer active)Bufetat
, 21 June 2013
That was in 2013. It is not clear from the content of the article what the contents of these 'improvements' are, but anyone familiar with Norwegian child protection can easily make a qualified guess.
We then go to May of 2015. I found no further articles on the internet. However, I was told by well-informed Estonians that many people in Estonia have lately become alarmed at 'the new system'. They believe it will lead to children of poor parents being deprived of their children.
This fear of what is coming is quite right. I then expressed the hope
1) Estonia would cancel its cooperation with Norway and the import of the anti-family ideology which rules here, and
2) that Estonia would contact Lithuania and the Czech Republic regarding concrete measures necessary to stop unfortunate developments in their own country, and likewise: that they would be active in the Council of Europe, now that there is an important report coming from the Council:Lithuanian boy? – unclear news reports
(26 January 2015 –)Lithuania / Norway: Girl fetched out from foster care by her mother
(21 January 2015 – )Czech family seriously damaged by Norwegian child protection service (CPS)
(11 December 2014)A very important report is coming from the Council of Europe
(18 February 2015)
On the basis of this kind of cooperation between several countries affected negatively by child protection systems, serious action must be taken towards the Scandinavian countries and Finland – in some way, although I freely admit it is not easy to see from here exactly how and what. But a necessary prerequisite is to acquire a real
understanding of the reigning ideology in Western child protection, so that one is not fooled and stopped at each new crossroads of babblebabble which our child protection people and our authorities dish out. These countries should not believe that the difficulties are all a misunderstanding and that our child protection system operates in children's best interest.