Monthly Archives: April 2012

TRACK Truth and Reconcilliation for the Adoption Community of Korea

1. Understanding the Environment While it has been customary for Korean adoptee organizations outside Korea to have only one organization per geographic area, Seoul is home to three adoptee-run organizations. This has understandably been the cause for some confusion. However, it is customary and acceptable for Koreans in Korea to simultaneously be members of many […]

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Williams Willing, Indigo

Researcher: Sociology, Migration, Ethnicity, Transnational and Transracial Adoption, Family Studies, Race Publications Willing is an early career researcher. She is currently working with Professor Zlatko Skrbis and Dr Ian Woodward as a research assistant for a book on cosmopolitanism to be published by SAGE, and as part of the research team for the Globally Engaged […]

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Origins Canada – Adoption Conference Toronto 2012

Welcome to Adoption Experience 2012!   TORONTO, CANADA The goal of the Conference is to share experiences, resources and support with those separated by adoption.  Through the Keynote Speakers, Workshops, and Panels many perspectives will be offered which will hopefully lead participants to a greater understanding of their own adoption experience. Natural Mothers will have the opportunity during the Conference to have […]

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Ethica- An Independent Voice for Ethical Adoption

Ethica is a nonprofit corporation that seeks to be an impartial voice for ethical adoption practices worldwide, and provides education, assistance, and advocacy to the adoption and foster care communities. In order to maintain an impartial voice: Ethica does not accept donations from adoption agencies or other entities that place children for adoption. Ethica’s staff, […]

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Australian Government Intercountry Adoption – Child Family Community Australia

Research Practice and Policy Information Exchange Quality, evidence-based publications and resources for professionals in the areas of protecting children, supporting families and strengthening communities.

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