Protection famille belge
Spring Semester 2010
“Families in the 21st Century – The Responsibility of Government in Maintaining a Successful 21st Century Family.”
Objective: “To propose new concrete ideas that could be the base for government to think about new laws. In particular, I will propose new ideas on how the government could act in a way that benefits the traditional Belgian family of the 21st century from external and/or cultural influences.”
Lecturer: D. Daenen Course: Report Writing
In today’s world, a lot of families explode in Belgium. Unfortunately, the Belgian government doesn’t make a lot to protect the families. Having said that, I had the conviction that solutions of protection existed. This was precisely the goal of my report.
Indeed, my objective was to propose new concrete ideas that could be the base for government to think about new laws. In particular, I have proposed new ideas on how the government could act in a way that benefits the traditional Belgian family of the 21st century from external and/or cultural influences.
Therefore, I spoke about the marriage. In fact, I gave some technical explanations of what the marriage is in order to have the same basis of understanding.
Then, I explained the role of the Belgian government in term of protection of the family. Because I was convinced that it was important that everybody knew that it is one of the main government’s roles.
Afterwards, I made a definition of my perception of both a traditional and a successful family of the 21st century so that you understood my point of view.
I further explained my position with the subject.
In the next section, I described the different threats (Parental Control on Children, Individualism Inside Society, Marriage of Convenience, Forced Marriage, Sects) that the government has to face to maintain a successful traditional family in the 21st century.
Then I showed how divorce