Category: France

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 »

Juin 2007 : suspension des adoptions en Slovaquie

Source: www.adoptionefa.org Les autorités françaises par le biais de l’AFA, viennent d’informer que la Slovaquie n’acceptera plus de nouveaux dossiers de postulants à l’adoption tant que les dossiers en cours déjà dans ce pays (plus d’une vingtaine) n’auront pas été traités.

Bir de sange: adoptiile internationale

Source: www.ziua.net 11 July 2006 George DAMIAN Exportul de copii din Romania catre pietele occidentale a fost demarat in 1994, cand a fost adoptata legea 84/1994 care facea posibile astfel de tranzactii. In acelasi an au fost exportati 2000 de copii. In urmatorii ani numarul copiilor romani adoptati de cetateni ai statelor occidentale a scazut,… Read more »

BRUSSELS EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ON ISSUE OF EUROPEAN ADOPTION ‘TO OVERCOME THE FREEZE of Eastern countries.

Source: www.amiciadozione.it SPINOSA EXAMINED THE QUESTION “ROMANIA” Nov 11 2006 – In Brussels took place on November 9 an important meeting proposed by French MEPs Jean Marie Cavada and Claire Gibault. The meeting is the following question raised by the mobilization of our coordination, coordination with other families across Europe and the U.S. (see in… Read more »

Renault’s children

Source: Ziua Link no longer works. Alternative link http://www.9am.ro Ziua, Nov 11 2006  (Google translation from Romanian) Romania is again under pressure to reopen the tap with children for international adoptions. This time the pressure comes from Brussels – the same place where three years ago Baroness Emma Nicholson called for the restriction of adoptions…. Read more »

Free circulation of orphans

Source: www.cotidianul.ro 18 Oct 2006 Oana Christmas Lobby the Euro-parliamentarians to resume international adoptions used as an argument to free movement within EU of persons, goods, and “why not?”, The orphans. Delegation official visit in Brussels, made up of MEPs Claire Gibault and Jean-Marie Cavada (photo) and a team of journalists, ended yesterday with a… Read more »

Les europarlementaires Claire Gibault et Jean-Marie Cavada constatent des progrès ’’énormes’’ dans les centres d’accueil pour les orphelins

Source: http://www.roumanie.com La protection de l’enfant en Roumanie, les orfelinats et les adoptions en 2006 Bucarest, 18 oct/Rompres/ – Les europarlementaires français Claire Gibault et Jean-Marie Cavada qui se trouvent en Roumanie pour se renseigner en ce qui concerne la question des enfants orphelins et celle des adoptions internationales d’enfants roumains se sont déclarés impressionnés… Read more »

Des Orphelins roumains Une affaire de millions d’euros

(un exposé sur Francois de Combret et son lobby pour les adoptions internationales) Publication: “Saptamana Financiara” (“The Financial Weekly”) Date:lundi October 9, 2006 Type: Investigation / Front page lead Auteur: Robert Veress Image from double page spread (P.4/5)   Nombre d’organisations européennes font un lobby puissant pour la reprise des adoptions internationales Introduction Ce n’est… Read more »

Romania’s orphans – millions of euro at stake

Source: Pound Pup Legacy from: sfin.ro October 9, 2006 Many European organizations involved in a forceful lobby for the resumption of international adoptionsIt isn’t charity, it is business. The European Parliament’s resolution – adopted on the 10th of July 2006 and signed by 407 MEPs that asked the Romanian Government to authorize international adoptions for… Read more »

Interpol search for Romanian children adopted abroad

Source: www.cotidianul.ro 29 September 2006 Oana Craciun, Cristina Hurdubaia Romanian investigators have asked Interpol to help pick out of children sent abroad for adoption instead of others.