Content: Adoptee Groups

Post Adoption Support Services (PASS) South Australia

Post Adoption Support Services is running a six week support group for people who were adopted from overseas (aged over 16).  This will be an opportunity to talk and reflect on how adoption has shaped your life, its influence in forming identity, and how central your adoption experience is to your life.  This will also […]

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When Will Adoptive Parents Listen to the Voice of the Adopted?

Adoptee Restoration – Deanna Lately I’ve had an interesting phenomenon with adoptive parents. There are some who read my book or blog and come to me and say something like this: “I wanted to talk to you, to get your thoughts on how to help our daughter. She’s a teenager. We thought we would never […]

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Transracial and Transnational Adoptee Research Page

Focused on highlighting research by transracial and transnational adoptee scholars and to distribute general academic notices on projects and events. This is the public page for the TRA and TNA Research Group (TRATNA) TRATNA has a variety of internationally based administrators who are transracial and transnational adoptees (also called inter country and international adoptees) with […]

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Asiafest at Rymill Park, Adelaide at 5:30pm on 6th October (Tuesday) 2015 – Free

Hi Everyone, Spring comes alive. This time I thought I might organise something a little bit different, having dinner/drink at Asiafest. This gathering is open to everyone who was adopted from overseas (Inter-Country Adoptee). A friend/partner is welcome to join as well. Please meet me in front of the entrance of Asiafest at Rymill Park […]

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A Glimpse Inside the World of Adoptee Activism in Korea

By Jodi Katherine Kiely – Sep 10, 2015 One day while browsing through the English language section of a bookstore in Seoul, a young Korean woman randomly engaged me in casual conversation. Seconds into our discussion, it became clear to me that she had been raised overseas. When I asked her what brought her to […]

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