This account of the persecution of parents who wished to home-school their children in Germany is horrendous. It is extraordinary that a country can be so illiberal and intolerant. It is suggested that the law dates from the Nazi era which makes it all the more strange that it has not been revoked. It is disappointing, too, that Sweden apparently makes outlaws out of those who wish to educate their own children. The totalitarian urge is fascinating and hard to understand.
You might think that Germany and Sweden would be ashamed to find themselves less tolerant of the freedom of the individual than countries such as Russia.
The idea of home-schoolers coming together to support each other internationally seems a worthy aim.