Category: United States

File reply on Haynes’ plea, court tells govt

Source: www.dnaindia.com Mayura Janwalkar Saturday, January 31, 2009 3:23 IST Mumbai: On the day of her first court hearing, Jennifer Haynes, 27, looked a tad nervous. Jennifer, who was deported to Mumbai in July 2008, is seeking action against the Americans for International Aid and Adoption (AIAA), the agency that processed her adoption papers, as… Read more »

La France veut combler son retard

Source: Figaro Juliette Chain et Agnès Leclair Unofficial translation from Adoption : la France veut combler son retard Thanks to the funding of humanitarian projects, the USA, but also Italy and Spain, host many more children from abroad. Paris prepareS itself to copy their more efficient methods. Everyone starts doing it. In respect of Intercountry… Read more »

Adoption racket opens a can of worms

Source:www.dnaindia.com Neeta KolhatkarSunday, August 24, 2008 4:13 IST Adopted, abused, deported MUMBAI: The story of Jennifer H, a Mumbai girl who was deported from the US on July 1, 2008 illustrates the hazards of adoption, especially if conducted by little-known organisations.

Craintes d’irrégularités dans des adoptions au Vietnam

Source:Le Parisien mercredi 16 juillet 2008, 11h13 Le Vietnam s’inquiète d’irrégularités dans des procédures d’adoptions au nord du pays, dans des centres travaillant notamment avec la France et l’Italie où la police soupçonne, selon la presse et les autorités vietnamiennes, de faux documents sur l’origine d’enfants.

The Baby Market: The Future of High-Tech and Low-Tech Markets in Children

Source: cumberland.samford.edu The Baby Market: The Future of High-Tech and Low-Tech Markets in Children February 14, 2008 Thurgood Marshall Keynote Speaker Sponsor & Symposium Co-Sponsor: Black Law Students Association Additional Co-Sponsors: Christian Legal Society; Law, Science, and Technology Society; Women in Law

So you want to adopt a baby …

Source:http://www.independent.ie … then head to the United States where it’s an easier, but more expensive, process than in Ireland. By Caitriona Palmer in Washington Adoption in the US is mainly privately run. UK government minister, David Miliband has adopted two American children

52 children adopted have gone

01 Oct 2007 Mariana Iancu County Department of Child Protection Constanta advertising do not know anything of the fate of 52 children who been adopted internationally in the period 1997-2000. Chief Directorate, Peter Dinica, said the Romanian Office for Adoption (ORA) has not submitted any report postadoptie, as was the procedure. The 52 children are… Read more »

WHEN ADOPTION GOES WRONG

Source: https://www.newsweek.com BY PAT WINGERT ON 12/8/07 AT 10:16 AM EST Peggy Hilt wanted to be a good mother. But day after day, she got out of bed feeling like a failure. No matter what she tried, she couldn’t connect with Nina, the 2-year old girl she’d adopted from Russia as an infant. The preschooler… Read more »

Girls seized, handed over for adoption

Source: www.scmp.com Foreign families paid officials and orphanages Fiona Tam Jul 02, 2009 About 80 newborn baby girls from a county in Guizhou have been confiscated from their parents by family planning officials since 2001 and handed over to foreign adoptive parents as orphans at a price of US$3,000 each, state media reported. Struggling farmers… Read more »

Child trafficking in India has a new guise to wear: adoption

Date: 2007-01-01 Source: majebal.org Poor families are duped of their children, who are declared orphans and put up for adoption by families who can pay in thousands  Renuka, 18, lost her three younger sisters to an adoption racket. An Italian couple took the help of Preet Mandir, an adoption and child welfare agency in Pune,… Read more »