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Korea Herald : La politique de L’adoption (en Corée du sud) devrait se concentrer sur les mères célibataires (Article en anglais)

Adoption policy should focus on unwed moms par Yu KunHa, rédacteur en chef du Korea Herald – 2014-05-11 20:05 Source http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20140511000062 May 11 is Adoption Day in Korea. Since 2006, the Korean government has marked this day as part of … Continuer la lecture

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One year later, the effects of the revised adoption law

Titre "The Hankyoreh"

By Park Im-keun, North Jeolla correspondent Translated by Lee Dong-ju, Hankyoreh English Intern Source ‘The Hankyoreh’ (english version) Adoption law was revised to help maintain original families, though there appear to be side effects A female elementary school teacher in … Continuer la lecture

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Ending our shameful reputation

South Korea has finally signed on to the Hague Convention of Inter-country Adoption, an international agreement to protect both birth and adoptive families. South Korea’s joining the international treaty on adoption, child laundering and trafficking has been long overdue, and … Continuer la lecture

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Revised adoption law

By Rami So Lately, the revised adoption law is being blamed for an increasing spate of babies being abandoned at baby boxes. The criticism is as follows: The revised law requires every newborn baby to be reported on a family … Continuer la lecture

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Regression of Korea’s adoption program

By Shannon Heit The Special Adoption Law revisions that went into effect in August 2012 corrected many of the problems of Korea’s adoption system and brought the program closer to meeting international human rights standards. Recently, however, some have been … Continuer la lecture

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Encouraging Global Adoption Hurts Families

  Kevin Ost-Vollmers, a Korean adoptee, is the founder of Land of Gazillion Adoptees, an adoptee-centric multimedia company. He formerly worked for two Minnesota adoption agencies. October 29, 2012 The original intent of the adoption tax credit was to help … Continuer la lecture

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Adoption agency offers family search services

« On June 29, one year ago, the National Assembly passed the revision of the Special Adoption Law, which gave more rights to adoptees, better protection to birth mothers, and greater protection of children’s rights. The law will enter into full … Continuer la lecture

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Adopting child is like falling in love

Gang Su-suk, 52, and her husband Tag Jeong-sig, 60, have a big family by anyone’s standards, but of their 10 children, eight were adopted and a ninth is being fostered. “When my husband and I had our first son, I … Continuer la lecture

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Adoptees help to change adoption culture in Korea

By Emma Kalka Since 1953, almost 200,000 Korean children have been sent to 14 Western countries through inter-country adoption. And each year, hundreds of adoptees return to Korea to live, work and study. But of the thousands of adoptees and … Continuer la lecture

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Last member of Holt dynasty lives up to name

By Robert Lee Molly Holt helps celebrate 50-years of adoption agency’s Ilsan centerILSAN ― She’s known by many names, from the Mother Teresa of Korea to the Mother of all Korea’s Orphans ― and 55 years on she is still … Continuer la lecture

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