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India - eases up regulations for passport applications for adopted children

Government liberalises policy for adoption by foreign couples

Kenya ban revoked

 Kenya Notice: Expert committee formed to review adoptions procedures; National Adoption Committee authority revoked

On February 20, the Government of Kenya published Gazette Notice 1092 in Volume CXVII-No. 17 of the Kenya…

Kazahkstan to invest in adoption


Orphanages and adoption has become a sore spot of the child protection in Kazakhstan for a number of reasons. In spring 2014, a Kazakh lawmaker Dariga Nazarbayev suggested closing down all 184 institutions involved in the care…

Not looking good for Indian adoptions

New Delhi, Mar 8 (PTI) A Parliamentary panel has shot down a proposal for inter-country adoption of orphans, asserting that such an option may be resorted to only when there is a problem finding suitable prospective adoptive parents within the country.

Strongly objecting to the proposal of a legislation introduced in Parliament last year…

Cambodia to resume foreign adoption

Loving foster homes repaired brain damage of Romanian orphan

Harvard University has found that Romanian orphans suffered serious brain damage

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Adoption in the News

Discrimination in family life

A court in Spain has ruled that a deaf couple can adopt a baby who can hear, after they appealed against the decision by social services to only consider them…

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China chages its adoption criteria

Notice: Changes to Requirements

The China Center for Children’s Welfare and Adoption (CCCWA) recently announced changes to their intercountry adoption procedures.  The changes that apply to prospective adoptive parents (PAPs) in China fall into three broad…

Russia number of orphans dropping

December 28, 18:55 UTC+3
“International adoptions remain in effect, no one banned…

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