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The Birth Parents' Representation by Prospective Adoptive Parents Couples.

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Source(s): Adoption Quarterly. Oct-Dec2022, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p373-406. 34p. 4 Illustrations, 4 Diagrams, 16 Charts, 1 Graph.

Abstract: The research presented is a qualitative, descriptive and cross-sectional study, with a multi-methodological structure. The sample is composed by 25 prospective adoptive parents couples (n = 50 subjects) who show an initial interest in adoption. The res...

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Revitalizing adoption laws.

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Source(s): Indian Law Review (24730580). Aug2022, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p110-126. 17p.

Abstract: This paper is an analysis on the history of adoption in India and the machinery in place now. It also attempts to understand how far the adoption laws in India are in consonance with her international obligations. In particular, the paper will focus on...

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How Does Law Prescribe Circulation of Children? Understanding Different Kinds of Movement Within the Adoption Law in India.

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Source(s): Journal of Family Issues. Jul2022, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p1721-1738. 18p.

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Abstract: This article looks at how adoption law prescribes correct contexts for the legitimate movement of children. It is specifically an analysis of the Adoption Regulation of India, 2017, and the Juvenile Justice Act 2015, and the way in which they warrant t...

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The Legacy of Exploitation in Intercountry Adoptions from Ethiopia: "We Are All One Family Now".

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Source(s): Adoption Quarterly. Apr-Jun2022, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p109-137. 29p. 2 Diagrams, 2 Charts.

Abstract: In 2018, the Ethiopian Parliament closed its intercountry adoption program. Momentum to end the program followed reports of adoption-related exploitation including the abduction and sale of children, falsification of documentation, bribing of officials...

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Northern Ireland.

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Source(s): Adoption & Fostering; Oct2022, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p340-344, 5p

Abstract: The article informs about the decision of High Court for the court case Health and Social Care Trust v a Mother and a Paternal Grandmother. Topics include grant a care order with a care plan for adoption and a freeing order to free the child for adopti...

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Trauma then and now: Implications of adoption reform for First Nations children.

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Source(s): Child & Family Social Work. May2022, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p163-172. 10p.

Abstract: Currently, Aboriginal children are significantly over‐represented in the out‐of‐home‐care system. Drawing on Aboriginal trauma scholarship and decolonizing methodologies, this paper situates the contemporary state removal of Aboriginal children against...

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England and Wales.

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Source(s): Adoption & Fostering; Oct2022, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p336-340, 5p

Abstract: The article informs about the decision of High Court Family Division on Unlawful placement, inherent jurisdiction and residential family placements. Topics include authorization for placements in the unregistered residential unit with interim care orde...

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The art of balancing in leave applications for revocation of placement orders for adoption.

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Source(s): Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law. Sep2022, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p418-420. 3p.

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Abstract: Keywords: Adoption; placement orders; revocation; leave applications EN Adoption placement orders revocation leave applications 418 420 3 11/11/22 20220901 NES 220901 What should the approach of the courts be in leave applications for revocation of pla...

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Dilemmas.

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Source(s): Therapy Today. Apr2022, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p50-53. 4p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract: The article presents views of some counsellors and psychotherapists in the Unitd Kngdom on whether they need to refer clients to an Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (OFSTED) registered counsellor if adoption comes up wi...

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