Tag Archives: Intercountry

Country information – what is what?

As we have seen, with Hague coming, things have changed, and relationships with “sending” countries are changing too. Understanding Hague… a story of Doors and Windows To add a bit of clarity, we have collated the various sources of information … Continue reading

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Understanding Hague… a story of Doors and Windows

You have heard that everything will change with Ireland finally ratifying the Hague Agreement. How so? Based on the idea that intercountry adoption can be achieved in two ways: through the Door or through the Window, let’s try to explain … Continue reading

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2010-09-01: Modern Family – Gays To Kiss At Last

Producers say that was a mere accident that the couple, played by Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson, didn’t kiss during season one, but they plan to make good on it during the upcoming season. Continue reading

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Intercountry adoption outcomes in Ireland

180 children and their parents who had adopted in Ireland over the last 10 years were interviewed about their thoughts and feelings about intercountry adoption. Download for free Continue reading

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Intercountry adopted children at primary school

Not reviewed yet. On the recommended book list. [easyreview title=”Intercountry adopted children at primary school, Overseas Family Association, 1990″ cat1title=”Relevance to Ireland” cat1detail=”Not yet reviewed. No rating yet…” cat1rating=”0″ cat2title=”Relevance to ‘pink adoptions’” cat2detail=”Not yet reviewed. No rating yet…” cat2rating=”0″ … Continue reading

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In search of belonging, reflections by "transracially" adopted people

Collection of work by “transracially” adopted people who were raised in the United Kingdom. There are writings (essays, letters, poetry), as well as photos of sculpture and other works of visual art. Continue reading

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Beyond good intentions

Cherie Register, the mother of two adult daughters adopted as infants from Korea who has offers personal essays reflecting on her own critical consciousness towards the sensitivities that can surround transnational adoption. Continue reading

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Are those kids yours

Cherie Register draws on her experience as the mother of two Korean-born daughters and interviews with adoptive families to illustrate the special challenges multicultural families face.‏ Continue reading

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International and 'transracial' adoptions

Not reviewed yet. On the recommended book list. [easyreview title=”International and ‘transracial’ adoptions, Bagley, Young and Scully, Avebury, 1993″ cat1title=”Relevance to Ireland” cat1detail=”Not yet reviewed. No rating yet…” cat1rating=”0″ cat2title=”Relevance to ‘pink adoptions’” cat2detail=”Not yet reviewed. No rating yet…” cat2rating=”0″ … Continue reading

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Intercountry adoption: a multinational perspective

Not reviewed yet. On the recommended book list. [easyreview title=”Intercountry adoption: a multinational perspective, Altstein and Simon, Praeger, 1991″ cat1title=”Relevance to Ireland” cat1detail=”Not yet reviewed. No rating yet…” cat1rating=”0″ cat2title=”Relevance to ‘pink adoptions’” cat2detail=”Not yet reviewed. No rating yet…” cat2rating=”0″ … Continue reading

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Adoption in my life – the intercountry experience

Not reviewed yet. On the recommended book list. [easyreview title=”Adoption in my life – the intercountry experience, Audio tapes, transcripts & teaching notes, Catholic Children’s Society (Nottingham), 1999″ cat1title=”Relevance to Ireland” cat1detail=”Not yet reviewed. No rating yet…” cat1rating=”0″ cat2title=”Relevance to … Continue reading

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