Monthly Archives: January 2015

Australian Adoption Policy

Radio Adelaide 30th January 2015 Podcast https://radio.adelaide.edu.au/australian-adoption-policy/  

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Hague Forum 2015 (ISS) Papers

International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Hague Forum 2015 The ISS Working Paper series provides a forum for work in progress which seeks to elicit comments and generate discussion. The series includes academic research by staff, PhD participants and visiting fellows, and award-winning research papers by graduate students. ISS Working Papers – General […]

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Invitation to United States Hague-accredited Adoption Service Providers

Attorney-General’s Department January 29th 2015 The US Central Authority and the Australian Central Authority are currently considering the viability of establishing an Australia-US intercountry adoption programme. As part of these considerations, the Australian Central Authority invites expressions of interest from Hague accredited adoption service providers (ASPs) in the United States that would be interested in […]

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Shopping for children: Australian adoption market puts them at risk

29 January 2015, 6.22am AEDT On Sunday, January 25, Prime Minister Tony Abbott released a little more detail about his plans for adoption in Australia. Although specifics are still pretty thin on the ground, the announcement makes the concerns that I and others raised previously very real. Since coming to power, Abbott has turned to […]

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Important Babylift Event – 2015 in Viet Nam

Dear the ‘Operation Babylift’ children and their adoptive families around the world, Our past is always part of our future. As a result of the American/Vietnam war, thousands of homeless children and babies were taken out of Vietnam and relocated around the world with adoptive parents. We are now on the eve of the 40th […]

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