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Concerns on Harry Holt and His 1954 Overseas Adoption Program

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Featured, Korea, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized by Adoptionland News

My past is based on a long list of experiences with intercountry adoption, which started when I was adopted overseas to the United States in 1972 with my twin.  I have been researching the issue since my first trip back to my birth country in 2004. From examining the memoirs of the pioneers who set up the intercountry child welfare …

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The Dark Side of International Adoption and Barbie’s Past Involvement

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Barbieland’s Controversial Partnership with International Adoption In a bid to expand its global reach, toy manufacturing giant Mattel (HK) joined forces with the Chinese-owned White Swan Hotel back in the day when international adoption was at its height. The hotel was also known as the “White Stork Inn” or the “Baby Selling Hotel.” This partnership was aimed at welcoming adoptive …

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Concerns on Harry Holt and His 1954 Overseas Adoption Program

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Featured, Korea, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized by Adoptionland News

My past is based on a long list of experiences with intercountry adoption, which started when I was adopted overseas to the United States in 1972 with my twin.  I have been researching the issue since my first trip back to my birth country in 2004. From examining the memoirs of the pioneers who set up the intercountry child welfare …

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South Korea National Assembly Conference on International Adoption

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Trafficking, Africa, Agency Complaints, Asia, Europe, Excerpts, Korea, Long Lost Family, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

National Assembly Debate to Seek the Current Status of International Adoptees’ Human Rights and Ways to Guarantee Human Rights Survey results https://www.youtube.com/live/TuzWJzl5YhA?feature=share LEARN HOW HARRY HOLT STARTED THE OVERSEAS ADOPTION PROGRAM IN SOUTH KOREA, WHICH NOW SERVES AS THE FOUNDATION OF IA WORLDWIDE. Publisher’s Summary Has the global manmade market for children exploited mothers, fathers, families, and communities? Gain a …

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The Cruel History of Overseas Adoptions

In Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Europe, Featured, Korea, Long Lost Family, Media, Rights, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

South Korea’s Cruel Adoption Industry Adopted to France at the age of 11, Kim believed that her parents abandoned her. It wasn’t until she stumbled upon her adoption papers earlier this year that she began to doubt what she had believed all her life. She remembers her parents clearly, but the name on her adoption papers is none other than …

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Concerns on Harry Holt and His 1954 Overseas Adoption Program

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Featured, Korea, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized by Adoptionland News

My past is based on a long list of experiences with intercountry adoption, which started when I was adopted overseas to the United States in 1972 with my twin.  I have been researching the issue since my first trip back to my birth country in 2004. From examining the memoirs of the pioneers who set up the intercountry child welfare …

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South Korea National Assembly Conference on International Adoption

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Trafficking, Africa, Agency Complaints, Asia, Europe, Excerpts, Korea, Long Lost Family, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

National Assembly Debate to Seek the Current Status of International Adoptees’ Human Rights and Ways to Guarantee Human Rights Survey results https://www.youtube.com/live/TuzWJzl5YhA?feature=share LEARN HOW HARRY HOLT STARTED THE OVERSEAS ADOPTION PROGRAM IN SOUTH KOREA, WHICH NOW SERVES AS THE FOUNDATION OF IA WORLDWIDE. Publisher’s Summary Has the global manmade market for children exploited mothers, fathers, families, and communities? Gain a …

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Read This Eye-Opening Book on Adoption

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Trafficking, Africa, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Excerpts, Featured, Indigenous Communities, Long Lost Family, Oceania, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

Thinking about adopting? Read how adoption evolved in this eye-opening book called Adoption What You Should Know (now on audio). It covers the history of how adoption started, including Seoul, South Korea, and uncovers secrets that agencies don’t want you to know about. How do you save $75,000? Don’t get duped. Gain a bird’s-eye view of the hidden side of …

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The Cruel History of Overseas Adoptions

In Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Europe, Featured, Korea, Long Lost Family, Media, Rights, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

South Korea’s Cruel Adoption Industry Adopted to France at the age of 11, Kim believed that her parents abandoned her. It wasn’t until she stumbled upon her adoption papers earlier this year that she began to doubt what she had believed all her life. She remembers her parents clearly, but the name on her adoption papers is none other than …

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Concerns on Harry Holt and His 1954 Overseas Adoption Program

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Featured, Korea, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized by Adoptionland News

My past is based on a long list of experiences with intercountry adoption, which started when I was adopted overseas to the United States in 1972 with my twin.  I have been researching the issue since my first trip back to my birth country in 2004. From examining the memoirs of the pioneers who set up the intercountry child welfare …

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Concerns on Harry Holt and His 1954 Overseas Adoption Program

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Featured, Korea, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized by Adoptionland News

My past is based on a long list of experiences with intercountry adoption, which started when I was adopted overseas to the United States in 1972 with my twin.  I have been researching the issue since my first trip back to my birth country in 2004. From examining the memoirs of the pioneers who set up the intercountry child welfare …

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The Dark Side of International Adoption and Barbie’s Past Involvement

In About The Book, Adoption, Asia, Commentary, Excerpts, The Americas, Uncategorized by Adoptionland News

Barbieland’s Controversial Partnership with International Adoption In a bid to expand its global reach, toy manufacturing giant Mattel (HK) joined forces with the Chinese-owned White Swan Hotel back in the day when international adoption was at its height. The hotel was also known as the “White Stork Inn” or the “Baby Selling Hotel.” This partnership was aimed at welcoming adoptive …

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The Cruel History of Overseas Adoptions

In Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Europe, Featured, Korea, Long Lost Family, Media, Rights, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

South Korea’s Cruel Adoption Industry Adopted to France at the age of 11, Kim believed that her parents abandoned her. It wasn’t until she stumbled upon her adoption papers earlier this year that she began to doubt what she had believed all her life. She remembers her parents clearly, but the name on her adoption papers is none other than …

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Concerns on Harry Holt and His 1954 Overseas Adoption Program

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Featured, Korea, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized by Adoptionland News

My past is based on a long list of experiences with intercountry adoption, which started when I was adopted overseas to the United States in 1972 with my twin.  I have been researching the issue since my first trip back to my birth country in 2004. From examining the memoirs of the pioneers who set up the intercountry child welfare …

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South Korea National Assembly Conference on International Adoption

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Trafficking, Africa, Agency Complaints, Asia, Europe, Excerpts, Korea, Long Lost Family, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

National Assembly Debate to Seek the Current Status of International Adoptees’ Human Rights and Ways to Guarantee Human Rights Survey results https://www.youtube.com/live/TuzWJzl5YhA?feature=share LEARN HOW HARRY HOLT STARTED THE OVERSEAS ADOPTION PROGRAM IN SOUTH KOREA, WHICH NOW SERVES AS THE FOUNDATION OF IA WORLDWIDE. Publisher’s Summary Has the global manmade market for children exploited mothers, fathers, families, and communities? Gain a …

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Read This Eye-Opening Book on Adoption

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Trafficking, Africa, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Excerpts, Featured, Indigenous Communities, Long Lost Family, Oceania, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

Thinking about adopting? Read how adoption evolved in this eye-opening book called Adoption What You Should Know (now on audio). It covers the history of how adoption started, including Seoul, South Korea, and uncovers secrets that agencies don’t want you to know about. How do you save $75,000? Don’t get duped. Gain a bird’s-eye view of the hidden side of …

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For the Creation of a Committee Investigating the Illicit Intercountry Adoptions Since ’70s

In Adoption, Adoption Trafficking, Africa, Agency Complaints, Asia, Europe, Indigenous Communities, Long Lost Family, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized by Adoptionland News

Collective for the Recognition of Illicit Adoptions in France launched this petition addressed to the National Assembly and to 3 others (National Assembly representatives, French Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs). CHANGE.ORG Petition is Here. Many of us have been asking, for a few years now, for an investigation into the illegal practices of intercountry adoption in France. As of today, …

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The Cruel History of Overseas Adoptions

In Adoption Survivor, Adoption Trafficking, Agency Complaints, Asia, Europe, Featured, Korea, Long Lost Family, Media, Rights, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

South Korea’s Cruel Adoption Industry Adopted to France at the age of 11, Kim believed that her parents abandoned her. It wasn’t until she stumbled upon her adoption papers earlier this year that she began to doubt what she had believed all her life. She remembers her parents clearly, but the name on her adoption papers is none other than …

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Read This Eye-Opening Book on Adoption

In About The Book, About Us, Adoption, Adoption Trafficking, Africa, Agency Complaints, Asia, Commentary, Europe, Excerpts, Featured, Indigenous Communities, Long Lost Family, Oceania, Rights, The Americas, Uncategorized, Videos by Adoptionland News

Thinking about adopting? Read how adoption evolved in this eye-opening book called Adoption What You Should Know (now on audio). It covers the history of how adoption started, including Seoul, South Korea, and uncovers secrets that agencies don’t want you to know about. How do you save $75,000? Don’t get duped. Gain a bird’s-eye view of the hidden side of …

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