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The Cavi Society

  Children As Victims Inquiry


The CAVI Society   
Children As Victims Enquiry 
Children Against Vested Interests 
Citizens As Victims Inquiry 
New Adult Arm 
The CAVI  Society seeks to safeguard children from the effects of electro-magnetic radiation   
Seeks to safeguard children from the effects of electro-magnetic radiation 
NB. CAVI Society now operates mainly within SSITA ( Safe Schools Information Technology Alliance) which it helped to establish. You may therefore find that some of the material that you are looking for has moved to:
Welcome to our website.  

The  CAVI  Society was set up on December 13th. 2006 by two trustees who had shared concerns about electro-magnetic radiation over a six year period from 2000, after establishing a local campaign group in Dorridge, Solihull in May 2000. 

The  CAVI  Society seeks to safeguard children from the effects of electro-magnetic radiation in the environments in which they spend the greatest amount of their time. 

Our logo of a butterfly with only one wing emphasises the concern of the Society about the limiting effects that this radiation might have on their well-being and potential development 
New Adult Arm - In response to requests from the general public we have brought forward our plans to set up an arm for adults also. 
  "There is in this life no higher state than childhood".......Julian of Norwich 


The content of the CAVI Society website is provided for information purposes only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information on this website is accurate, no guarantees can be made. Information is subject to change without prior notice and can often be interpreted in many ways. CAVI Society is therefore not liable for damages resulting from the use of information obtained from this site or from sites linked to it. The responsibility for the interpretation and use of the information on this site lies with the reader.




Statement to Parents:

"The Cavi Society, along with a group of concerned parents, are dismayed to see that the document issued by Solihull Council regarding their policy on Wifi in borough schools, appears to be biased in favour of Wifi and is without the necessary caveats that we would have thought desirable.We invite parents to judge for themselves, and in the light of all the information available to them on our links page, to come to their own conclusions. A detailed analysis of our view will appear here shortly."

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