Category: Italy

Adoption row: Govt takes note, issues notice to Child panel

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com DC |5 December 2013 Mysore: Taking suo motu action on reports which appeared in Deccan Chronicle, the director, Department of Women and Child Development (DWCD) has ordered an investigation into the move to give two orphans from Mysore for adoption to an Italian couple without the knowledge of their guardians and has served… Read more »

Adoption row: Is this trafficking?

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com DC 21 November 2013 Mysore: A researcher from Germany, who was himself a victim of child trafficking in the guise of adoption, and a child rights activist from Pune are now battling to stop orphaned children, Ullas and Anand from being sent to a couple in Italy, alleging they are being trafficked in the… Read more »

Adoption: CWC reviews its order

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com DC | Shilpa P. | 21 November 2013 Mysore: Following a series of articles in this newspaper and the application submitted by the guardians to Child Welfare Committee(CWC), Mysore, the CWC on Tuesday finally reviewed its earlier order and directed Vatsalya Charitable Trust to temporarily withhold the adoption procedures of the two children pending,… Read more »

Adoption row: Dalits protest against injustice in Mysore

Source: http://www.asianage.com Nov 16, 2013 Mysore: Guardians of eight year old Ullas and seven year old Anand, who are all set to be given up for adoption to an Italian couple without their consent, protested in front of the Gandhi statue near the court here on Friday joined by hundreds of Dalit activists and several relatives…. Read more »

Orphans ‘happy’ to go with Italian couple

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com DC | Shilpa P. | 06th Nov 2013 Children Ullas and Anand with their guardians in a file photo. Mysore: In a new twist to the case of the two orphans transferred to an institution in Bengaluru for adoption by the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) of Mysore without the consent of their guardians, it… Read more »

Adoptions to Italy raise questions

Source: http://spectator.sme.sk Alleged Misconduct Prompts Slovakia To Change Its Intercountry Adoptions Policy 29 Jul 2013Michaela Terenzani – Stanková Politics & Society DOZENS of children born in Slovakia each year, unwanted by their own families and unable to find an adoptive family in their home country, have been fortunate enough to find new parents through intercountry adoptions…. Read more »

Italian adoption agency paid Slovak officials

Source: http://spectator.sme.sk Italian adoption agency paid Slovak officials 25 Jun 2013 The Italian regional agency for interstate adoptions, A.R.A.I., financed educational projects in Slovakia for employees of orphanages, social officials and judges, with members of working groups that prepared the projects receiving some money as well, the Sme daily reported on June 22. Since 2004, the… Read more »

Slovakia: Adoptions to Italy halted

Source: http://spectator.sme.sk Missing Documentation Led To Suspension Of Adoptions 25 Mar 2013 Roman Cuprik Politics & Society ADOPTIONS of Slovak children to Italy were put on hold on February 19, due to what Slovakia identified as missing post-adoption reports on the fate of 72 Slovak children adopted by Italian families. The moratorium will remain in effect… Read more »

Moscow to create database of Russian children with foreign families – Lavrov

Source: http://rt.com/politics Edited time: March 22, 2013 19:37Share on Tumblr Russia is working on a database on all Russian children adopted by foreigners says Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Moscow will push for a US response to its requests into suspected cases of abuse of Russian kids in adoptive American families. Lavrov addressed MPs on Friday after… Read more »

After the establishment of the database on adoptable minors in Italy, a new challenge: European Adoptions

Source: http://www.aibi.it Date: 02/13/18 How many families of European countries go abroad to adopt a child, and could do so in Europe, that is, at home, without spending considerable long and bureaucratic absurd stays abroad? But above all, how many minors living in communities and educational institutions in the various European countries may find a family… Read more »