Peter Righton on fostering and adoptionPosted: June 2, 2014
Peter Righton was highly influential in the social work establishment of the 1970s and 80s, and wrote dozens of articles for Social Work Today, the in-house journal of the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) and the Residential Care Association (RCA).
Righton was ostensibly gay, but in reality he was a paedophile who had formed a network of paedophiles who abused vulnerable children in schools and children’s homes across the UK for many years. He was exposed in the BBC documentary ‘Secret Life of a Paedophile’.
Some of his columns in Social Work Today revealed his true intentions, and the platform he was given by the magazine enabled him to reach out to other paedophiles in the social work profession.
In the article below, he recommends that single men and women should be able to adopt and foster children, but concedes that this will attract suspicion:
“The trouble is…
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