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ISS/IRC Code PER-ADOPT UK-01-001
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Title Adoption and Fostering
Author BAAF (British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering)
Generic unit Adoption and Fostering

General information
Date published/issue 09-04-2015
Date received 00-00-0000
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Publisher British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering, Skyline House, 200 Union Street, London SE1 OLX
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Type of material Periodical
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Document information
Document description Commentaries
Country concerned
Index Legislation-comment
Foster-care
Interacial
Ethics
Discrimination
Origins-info
Adoption-intercountry
Adoption-open
Child-life-book
Follow-up-adoption
Disabled
Attachment
Adoption-domestic
Free text Adoption and Fostering is the quarterly journal of the BAAF. Issues from 1985 to 1989 (irregularly received). Articles on adoption and fostering of children in the United Kingdom; Vol 9, No 4, 1985 - article by John Triseliotis: Adoption with contact - on the issue of access by biological parents to the child they have given in adoption; Vol 10, no 2, 1986- (pp.22-26) Inter-country adoption: the Netherlands. Attachment relations and identity- a overview of difficulties and problems Dutch adoptive families have faced in bringing up their internationally adopted children. Vol 10, no 1, 1988- Inter-country adoption: in whose best interest? - amended version of paper presented by Damien Ngabonziza ( ISS ) to the BAAF seminar on Intercountry Adoption on 9 November 1987; Vol 13, No 2, 1989- article Some moral and practical issues in adoption work by John Triseliotis where the author condemns trafficking in intercountry adoption and recommends more prevention work with families and more attention to be paid to the interests of the children; Vol 13, No 4- article How adoptive parents feel about contact with birth parents after adoption by Joan Fratter - on the effects of open adoption on adoptive families and biological families. Vol 14, No contains two articles on adoption reunions and search of origins

Document qualification
Degree of interest Valuable
Work area Health
Legal
Psychology
Social work -->
Potential users GVT-Partner
Internl-Partner
NGO-Partner
Other potential users Adopt-Agency
Adopt-Parents