May 12 meeting with Swedish Social Services to determine Domenic’s fate

May 12 meeting with Swedish Social Services

to determine Domenic’s fate

—May 12th is looming! That is the day the Swedish Social Services board has rescheduled their meeting to where they are supposed to determine Domenic’s fate. If you’ve not emailed your letters to them, please do so ASAP. Go here: or if you want to send your email as a mass mailing rather than individually, use these addresses. We’ve confirmed they all work:;;;;;;;;;;;;


—Since our last email, we’ve added 167 new members to the group. If you’ve not done so already, please take a moment to invite everyone you know to join Domenic’s group. Facebook has provided an extremely easy way to do this. Simply visit Domenic’s group and look to the left, just under his photo is a list where you will see an option to “Invite People to Join.” If you click on that link, a box will pop up with all your Facebook friends and from there it is very easy to shoot out the invitation to everyone. Additionally, at the bottom of the box, they provide a place for you to add the email addresses of friends and family who are not on Facebook.

Friends of Domenic webpage

—-And don’t forget, we have another avenue for those who do not want to join Facebook. Point those folks to the Friends of Domenic webpage using this link: Be sure to read the Because They Loved… page on the new site.

Please keep pressing on in your efforts for Domenic

—-Please do not lose your fever for Domenic. Please continue to press on for him and know that efforts on Domenic’s behalf are efforts for the many other children who have been spirited away unjustly by Social Services.

Social Services

—-Additionally, please realize we have nothing against Social Services when they are serving children who are in desperate need. We stand against Social Services when it runs amok, as it has in Domenic’s case, and unfortunately in the case of too many others!

Please visit this website


HSLDA encourages its members to communicate their concerns to the Swedish Ambassador. We hope that his influence may help correct an injustice and also pave the way for better laws for homeschoolers in Sweden

HSLDA thanks its members and friends for their ongoing support. It’s when all homeschoolers join together that we are most effective advocating for homeschool freedom in America and abroad.

Read the HSLDA article: “Sweden—the Next Germany for Homeschoolers?”

Our previous stories:

Swedish Representation in New Zealand and Australia

The Swedish Embassy in Canberra, Australia, is accredited to New Zealand. Embassy of Sweden
5 Turrana Street
ACT 2600
Ph: +61 2 6270 2700
Fax: +61 2 6270 2755
Website: [external link]

There is a Swedish Consulate General in Wellington and Consulates in Auckland and Christchurch. Consulate-General of Sweden in Wellington
PO Box 125 38
Wellington 6144
Level 7, Molesworth House
101 Molesworth Street
Wellington 6011
New Zealand
Ph: +64 4 499 9895
Fax: +64 4 499 1464
Office hours: Mon-Fri 09.30-12.00

Consulate of Sweden in Auckland
Level 3
13 O’Connell Street
Ph: +64 9 373 5332
Fax: +64 9 302 2535


Indian Representation in New Zealand

This family was on their way to India. In a comment on this post Cathi said “With the mother being a citizen of India, wouldn’t Dominic have dual citizenship? Maybe we need to also be contacting the Indian Ambassadors in our respective countries to get them to ask why a citizen of India is being held in their country.
So please also write to: High Commission for India in Wellington

General Inquries:

Mr. Kunal Roy

First Secretary (Acting High Commissioner)