Content: Research & Studies

Survey – University of Birmingham and Queen’s University Kingston

The Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City, the University of Birmingham (UK), and Queen’s University, Kingston (Canada) are conducting a community-based survey to better understand what life is like for individuals whose fathers are foreign soldiers. The study is funded by the Wellcome Trust, an independent British charitable foundation with global interest in health […]

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Adoptees advantaged by birth language memory

Science Daily, Date:January 18, 2017, Source:Radboud University anguage learning very early on in life can be subconsciously retained even when no conscious knowledge of the early experience remains. The subconscious knowledge can then be tapped to speed up learning of the pronunciation of sounds of the lost tongue. A paper describing these results of language […]

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A longitudinal investigation of children internationally adopted at school age

Emily J. Heldera, Elizabeth Muldera & Marjorie Linder Gunnoea* pages 39-64 Received: 1 Apr 2014 Accepted: 15 Sep 2014 Published online: 07 Nov 2014 Abstract Most existing research on children adopted internationally has focused on those adopted as infants and toddlers. The current study longitudinally tracked several outcomes, including cognitive, behavioral, emotional, attachment, and family […]

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Inter-country abduction of kids: Panel to examine need for law

Inter-country abduction of kids: Panel to examine need for law Anil Malhotra 25 MAY 2016 Inter-continental abduction of children by parents is now a contemporary legal issue which baffles and mesmerises different legal systems of nations, whose conflicting positions prevent the return of children to the country of their habitual residence. Solace can be found […]

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DOUBLE SUBSIDIARITY PRINCIPLE AND THE RIGHT TO IDENTITY

DOUBLE SUBSIDIARITY PRINCIPLE AND THE RIGHT TO IDENTITY Our Position Paper ‘Double Subsidiarity Principle and the Right to Identity’ is essential to our Research Paper ‘Raising Awareness about False Birth Registration Practices, known as the Brazil Baby Affair’. Originally it was a textbox part of our contribution to ISS’ handbook ‘Responding to Illegal Adoptions’. However, […]

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