Center for Adoption Policy (CAP)
The Center for Adoption Policy (CAP) is a New York based 501(c)3 organization. Its mission is to provide research, analysis, advice and education to practitioners and the public about current legislation and practices governing domestic and inter-country adoption in the United States, Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa.
GAP's objective is to remove legal, structural and institutional barriers to domestic and inter-country adoption.
CAP was established in 2003 and mainly deals with Romania's moratorium and the analysis of the EU approach towards intercountry adoption vs the US approach.
According to their website CAP is an independent entity. It is not affiliated with any agency or entity involved in the placement of children.
People working for or related to this organization
|Ann N. Reese||Director|
|Cynthia Russett||Board member|
|Daniel Wallance||Board member|
|Diane B. Kunz||CEO||2003-00-00|
|Robert D. Smith||Board member|
|Robert Schulzinger||Board member|
Organizations this is organization is related to
|Center for Adoption Policy (CAP)||Organizes||2005 Adoption Policy Conference|
|Center for Adoption Policy (CAP)||Member of||Joint Council on International Children’s Services (JCICS)|
|Center for Adoption Policy (CAP)||Sponsor of||2004 Adoption Policy Conference|
|Center for Adoption Policy (CAP)||Participates in||In the Best Interest of the Children? Romania's Ban on Inter-country Adoption|
|Center for Adoption Policy (CAP)||Participates in||Children in Families First|
Location168A Kirby Lane
Rye, New York, 10580