Dear Friends, on behalf of the “In The Interests' Of Children” tm Campaign Team, we bring you this short news bulletin:-
1. See no evil, hear no evil, do no evil ….
The voice of the UK administrations response to facted case wrongdoings carried against our children... Read the website for more, including live raw communication between our parent sponsor and head of the UK Family Justice Division, Sir Mark Potter (aka Lord Justice Potter)… We would sincerely like to hear from you if yohaveexperienced similar wrongdoings/denials in your Country against children.
2. Our campaign birthday….
On the 5th-November-2007 we will be 1-year old. This is also Guy Fawkes Night  in the United Kingdom. Please help us celebrate with a BIG BANG by asking as many people to sign the petition as possible on our birthday. To date we have well over 1000 international signatories, but we still have a long way to go before we can go to the United Nations.
3. Call for translators ….
Although we have the petition translated into a few languages - English, Finnish (c/o Pertti Ruha), French & Portuguese (both c/o Marc Smulders), we still need voluntary translations in Spanish, German, Italian, Hindi and other languages. We will obviously acknowledge your donated works for the benefit of children.
Please continue to ask friends, family, work colleagues, neighbours, grandparents, brothers, sisters… to sign the petition, for the sake of our children and future generations to come, every UNIQUE signature counts, and REMEMBER this is YOUR battle as much as it is ours. Don’t forget that paper versions of the petition can also be downloaded from the campaign website.
Please feel free to pass this email to others…
With the kindest of regards on behalf of,
In The Interests' Of Children ™
UN 1503 Campaign Team
 Guy Fawkes (13 April 1570 – 31 January 1606), also known as 'Guido', was a member of a group of English Roman Catholics who attempted to carry out the Gunpowder Plot, an attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament and kill King James I of England, to protest Protestant rule, on 5 November 1605.