resources

COVID-19

MAY – JUNE 2024

N° 272: Reverse flow programme by the French Adoption Agency

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MARCH – APRIL 2024

N° 271: Global guidance: How to support kinship care – Lessons learnt from around the world

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2023

Alternative Care Programs Report

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JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2024

N° 270: Facilitation of intercountry adoption from the Czech Republic abroad

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NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2023

N° 269 – ISS and CRC Committee: Synergising for child rights advancement – 30th Anniversary of the ISS/IRC

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NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2023

N° 269 – Transforming the Adoption Narrative: Empowering Adoptees & Adopting Inclusive Ways Forward

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NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2023

N° 269 – STATISTICS : Intercountry adoptions in a year of polycrisis

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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2023

N° 268 – CHILD PROTECTION AND CLIMATE CHANGE: Call for contributions: Child protection, alternative care and climate change

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2021

Evaluation of the Alternative Care System for Children with Disabilities in Ivory Coast

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JULY-AUGUST 2023

N° 267 – Children’s voices in surrogacy law: an innovative UK research project aimed at putting children’s views at the forefront

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MAY-JUNE 2023

N° 266 – RACINE project (ISS France), feedback on the support groups and reflections on their benefits

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MARCH – APRIL 2023

N° 265

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2023

Technical Guidance for Family Reintegration in Haiti

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2022

ISS Global Report 2022

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January 2009

N° 1/2009 – 2008: a typical year for inter-country adoption?

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February 2004

N° 64 – Adoption and politics

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March 2004

N° 65 – In the child’s best interest, which is the supply and which the demand?

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April 2004

N° 66 – Family life, deinstitutionalisation and adoption

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May 2004

N° 67 – To promote the adoption of children with special needs

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July – August 2004

N° 68 – 69 – From the International Reference Centre for the Protection of Children in Adoption To the International Reference Centre for the Rights of Children deprived of their Family

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September 2004

N° 70 – Inter-country adoption: Benefits of compulsory participation of adoption accredited bodies in the receiving countries under the supervision of the Central Authorities

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October 2004

N° 71 – The Mediation of the Adoption Accredited Bodies (AAB) of the Receiving States: a guarantee for inter-country adoption but on what conditions?

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November – December 2004

N° 72-73 – Improving Protection for Children without Parental Care: A Call for International Standards

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January 2005

N° 1/2005 – Special Edition « tsunami in South-East Asia»

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February 2005

N° 2/2005 – One child is equal to another: The principle of non- discrimination applied to adoption

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March 2005

N° 3/2005 – The principle of subsidiarity and the extended family as caregivers

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April 2005

N° 4/2005 – In children’s best interests, what is the maximum age difference to adopt?

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May 2005

N° 5/2005 – Non relative inter-country adoption: Does The Hague Convention 1993 make it obligatory to co-operate with every receiving State or body that so requests?

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June 2005

N° 6/2005 – In the spirit of article 29 of THC-1993, any contact between prospective adoptive parents (PAPs) and the child’s parents or carer, should be prohibited until the matching decision

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July 2005

N° 7/2005 – Permanency planning for children in temporary care

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August – September 2005

N° 8-9/2005 – The « paradox of time » in the adoption process

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November - December 2005

N° 11-12/2005 – Is intercountry adoption linked with trafficking for exploitation?

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January 2006

N° 1/2006 – « Simple adoption» versus « full adoption »: A national choice with international repercussions

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February 2006

N° 2/2006 – POST-ADOPTION: The usefulness of professional support for the adoptee and his adoptive family

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March 2006

N° 3/2006 – POST-ADOPTION (II): Follow-up reports required by countries of origin

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April 2006

N° 4/2006 – POST-ADOPTION (III / 1): The search for origins – First part: Theoretical issues

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May 2006

N° 5/2006 – POST-ADOPTION (III/2): The search for origins – Second part: practical questions

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June 2006

N° 6/2006 – Adoption by nationals residing abroad: a mind-boggler for private international law

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July - August 2006

N° 7-8/2006 – What are the alternatives to full adoption?

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September 2006

N° 9/2006 – Conference of Brasilia, 9-11 August 2006

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October 2006

N° 10/2006 – Cooperation and intercountry adoption in perspective

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