Danish International Adoption has been reported to the police after the information came to light that several children may have been trafficked to Denmark. Journalist Camilla Boje Hertz and Jessica Skovmose
The adoption center DIA (Danish International Adoption) has been reported to the police for possibly being instrumental in illegal adoptions between 1979 and 1995. This happens after a TV 2 documentary which brings information that casts doubt on whether adoptions may have taken place from Chile to Denmark in violation of the rules.
As TV2 ØST could tell on Sunday, Rune Renato Hansen from Tølløse is one of the 111 Chilean children who were adopted to Denmark during the period. In the TV 2 documentary “De stjålne børn” he travels to Chile with his friend Christina Birkemose from Haslev, where they get to reinforce the suspicion that he may have been adopted against his parents’ wishes.
In 2018, it emerged that it is believed that up to half of the 20,000 Chilean children who were adopted from Chile in the period between 1970 and 1990 have been stolen.
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