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For NRIs, adoption dream no child’s play

Source:  http://www.dnaindia.com AMRITA MADHUKALYA | Mon, 7 Aug 2017-07:45am , New Delhi , DNA Australia had suspended adoption involving Indians since 2011 Vivek and his wife Ramya gave up a perfect life in Sydney earlier this year and relocated to India. The couple, who wanted to adopt a child, were told by officials that non-resident… Read more »

ILLICIT SALE OF CHILDREN IN INDIA: Adoptions and trafficking of children, a diffuse line

Source: https://www.elconfidencial.com (Google Translation) The alarm first broke out in the state of West Bengal, where three babies were found in cookie cases: among the 11 detainees were doctors and officials AUTHOR ELENA DEL ESTAL. DELHI (INDIA) 01.08.2017 David and Desiree were eagerly awaiting the arrival of their two adopted daughters, but the reality was not what… Read more »

Make road to root searches hurdle-free

Source: http://indianexpress.com Every year, thousands of adopted individuals begin and end their journey to find their biological parents in Pune and other cities of Maharashtra that have traditionally been adoption hubs of the country. Written by Sunanda Mehta | Updated: July 11, 2017 7:52 am adoption, adoption in inida, adopted children, Vidya-Liselotte Sundberg, Child Trafficking, adoption… Read more »

Woman returns from Sweden to see ailing mother in India

Source: http://english.manoramaonline.com Wednesday 14 June 2017  by Reuters Mumbai: It was an emotional moment for Nilakshi Elizabeth Jorendal, the India-born Swedish national, as she met her ailing biological mother in Yavatmal. Nilakshi (44), who was adopted by a Swedish couple when she was three-year-old, had managed to trace her biological mother through Anjali Pawar of Pune-based… Read more »

Black-Market Baby Trade Flourishes in India After Adoption Law Reform

Original link: https://www.newsdeeply.com/womenandgirls/articles/2017/06/15/black-market-baby-trade-flourishes-in-india-after-adoption-law-reform “This article originally appeared on Women & Girls , and you can find the original here. For important news about gender issues in the developing world, you can sign up to the Women & Girls email list . The recent uncovering of a major baby-trafficking racket in eastern India has brought the issue… Read more »

Suspect Congolese child adoptions: Belgian parents bring civil claims

Source: http://www.brusselstimes.com Tuesday, 16 May 2017 15:35 Several adoptive parents who adopted from the Congolese orphanage, Tumaini, have decided to take civil action within the ambit of the criminal case. As The Brussels Times has recently reported, this revolves around kidnapping children and human trafficking. These parents wish to collaborate with investigators and the Belgian authorities…. Read more »

Manufactured Orphans

Believing she was ‘stolen’ and trafficked as an ‘orphan’, Jyothi Svahn goes on a multi-country hunt for her birth family – and uncovers an international adoption industry built on lies, greed and heartbreak. With the help of ACT, a Swedish adoptee follows the criminal trail to India to unmask the deception behind her adoption story. ACT’s… Read more »

Belgium/Congo “No indication of irregularities in adoptions in Flanders”

Source: http://www.hln.be (Google Translation) 5/05/17 – 13:20 Source: Belga© Benoit De Freine. The Flemish Center for Adoption (VCA), which prospective adoptive parents guides before and during the adoption procedure, has no evidence of irregularities in the only three adoptions in Flanders from the DR Congo in 2015. Even those children came from Tumaini orphanage in Kinshasa…. Read more »

Belgium/Congo ADOPTION FRAUD: Parliamentary Question

Source:  http://www.hln.be By: editors 5/05/17 – 13u48 Source: Belga© Belga. (Google Translation) Why still working with the Congolese Tumaini orphanage and the Belgian-Congolese Julienne Mpemba while Congolese human rights organizations and Interpol already in 2013 possessed information that brought both in connection with the abduction of young children in 2015? That Flemish parliament Lorin Parys… Read more »