E 17, August 2004
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;by Dr Frans Gieles
|1||Members Speak Out|
|2||Presentation and proposals|
|3||Internal Ipce Matters|
|4||Discussion about Ethics|
|5||Discussion about Depression|
|6||Evaluation of the Meeting|
Association Debates Lifting Pedophilia Taboo,
Lawrence Morahan, CNSNews.com,
June 11, 2003
Online Sex Abuse Cases Not Characterized by Deception, Abduction and Force, Research Shows; Findings From National Sample of Law Enforcement Agencies Indicates That Current Prevention Efforts Emphasizing On-Line Deception May Be Missing Their Mark; by Kimberly Mitchell, Ph.D., Janis Wolak, M.A., J.D. & David Finkelhor, Ph.D., APA, August 1, 2004
|3||Extreme sentences demanded, mild court, By JON|
|4||MARTIJN Association at the Belgian Lesbian and Gay Pride|
Documentation List June-August 2004
is a forum for people who are engaged in scholarly discussion about the
understanding and emancipation of mutual relationships between children or
adolescents and adults.
this context, these relationships are intended to be viewed from an unbiased,
non-judgmental perspective and in relation to the human rights of both the young
and adult partners.
Dutch Newsletter of the Association MARTIJN,
web sites are mentioned and commented on. About Ipce’s web site was said that
is has an excellent and extended library. The commentator was amazed about the
openness of Ipce in the reports of its meetings. The commentator strongly
advised to read our Newsletters and our reports because important issues are
discussed there in an open atmosphere and a high level.
here is our next Newsletter with the report of our 16th meeting in
May 2003 in Hamburg, Germany. Every meeting has its own atmosphere. For example,
at the meeting in Athens, 1998, there were only a few members but they have
taken wise decisions. The meeting in Berlin, 2001, was said to be very inspiring
and encouraging, while the meeting in Rotterdam, 2002, was said to be a bit dull
or boring. Now, 2004, it was not boring. There was a fruitful tension between
the young participants, who wanted Action Now! and the older members who
want to think at first.
the topics was a problem I often had to face in circles of those who speak about
relationships between children or adolescents and adult: depression. Also among
Ipce members, depressions were mentioned. It seems to be the bad news and the
rejection by society that make one depressed, which on turn might lead to a
feeling of isolation, which on turn will strengthen the depression. But
depression comes from the inside. The best way to cope with it is talking with
friends, thus to have friends, thus to form and maintain groups.
what Ipce does: continuing its existence. Ipce has more than 90 members now in
about twenty countries. Members talk with each other and gather good articles
which may inspire others. By doing so, we try to support and inspire national
and local groups, and individuals. By gradually expanding our web site, we
inform the people who have serious interest in science and opinions.
course of time, several “Dear webmaster” letters have been received. On the
web site, a new section will give a selection of those letters. And gradually,
update by update, overviews by subject will appear on the web.
section ‘Articles’ of this Newsletter, you will find remarkable discussions
within, and findings of APA researchers, as well as two messages from Dutch
groups that clearly are able to survive and not to be depressed.
am not suffering from a depression. I will continue to work as your secretary
For the other articles, click on the Table of Contents.
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