The process for international adoption changed significantly with the April 1, 2008 U.S. implementation of the Hague Adoption Convention. This international treaty has been signed by approximately 75 countries. It is designed to protect the interests of all parties in adoption and to prevent the abduction or sale of children.
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A fear they will not be able to maintain connections with their birth families and their past may cause a teen to react negatively to an adoptive family.
Created by the Family Connections Project through Adoptions Unlimited, Inc., this course will help child welfare professionals:
Please note: No certificate of completion is available for this course.
Join us for a moderated panel of people who were transracially placed. Our panelists come from varied backgrounds. Some were adopted internationally while others were adopted as infants domestically or through the foster care system.
They will reflect back to their childhood as well as comment on their current feelings about being transracially adopted.