This episode is about a Japanese mum who had her kids abducted by her ex husband, and then was tricked by her ex-husband's lawyer to sign over the custody of the kids. In the last 8 years, she has tried everything possible through the Japanese courts and was let down by the Japanese system over and over again. Emi have been separated from her kids for the last 8 years, and Now, being frustrated with the system, she taught herself how to speak in English through movies, and listening to radio, Just so that she can speak with people around the world to highlight the real situation in Japan.
Emi's story and documents: https://findmyparent.org/yourstory/toddler-and-infant-abducted-by-father/
Before we get to the episode, I would like to remind everyone that we recently launched a petition targeted at the Japanese government to stand up for the 3million kids who have been trafficked since 1991 legally with the help of single custody laws in Japan.Winning this campaign depends on our ability to call on thousands of supporters like you. Your support is all that we need. Please sign and share our petition and tell the International Organizations and the governments from around the world to pressure Japan to adopt joint custody law. You can find more information on the petition at https://www.change.org/jointcustodyjapan.
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