Peter Costea – 66.6 hours in Norway

Rodi has posted an excellent and eye-opening report by an attorney who specializes in humanitarian cases. His observations of Norway are quite enlightening.

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aPeter Costea is a civil rights attorney practicing in Houston, Texas. He also holds a PhD in diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston, Massachusetts.

I spent 66.6 hours or so in Norway in late February 2016. It was my first trip there. I landed in Oslo around noon on a Wednesday, and left a little after 6 a.m. the following Saturday from Bergen, a city on Norway’s West coast. It was a quick trip which, however, opened my eyes to the New Norway, where family, marriage, parenthood, and the meaning of parenting have morphed into something the world has never seen before, including the shocking reality that children can be taken away from parents, or be deprived of parental rights, without court order.

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in the span of only 66.6 hours, many of my impressions about Norway changed. Or, maybe I should say, new impressions formed…

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