history of child placement - All posts list


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ArticleNot By Choice Niels540010 years 27 weeks
ArticleNot our best moment in history Kerry125008 years 13 weeks
ArticleNSW apologises for forced adoptions Kerry128005 years 12 weeks
ArticleNY COUPLE GETS LIMITED CUSTODY OF INFANT GIRL Niels752010 years 40 weeks
ArticleOkla. Man Learns He Was Sold As Baby Niels123907 years 51 weeks
ArticleOnline adoption: Avoiding a web of lies silent1129114 years 51 weeks
VideoOranges and Sunshine Kerry180716 years 6 weeks
ArticleOrdeal of Australia's child migrants Niels206408 years 4 weeks
ArticleOrphan Wants Adoptive Parents Jailed Niels231249 years 22 weeks
ArticleOrphanage survivors confront German leadership Niels204107 years 48 weeks
amazon nodeOut Of The Darkness: The Story of Mary Ellen Wilson Niels88608 years 35 weeks
ArticlePain of adoption still raw, for mothers and children Kerry167007 years 8 weeks
ArticlePauper Emigration under the New Poor law Kerry796209 years 12 weeks
ArticlePolice uncover second 'baby factory' in a week Kerry74904 years 29 weeks
ArticlePolice's 25 failings in children's home sex inquiry Kerry415707 years 45 weeks
ArticlePriest collecting Belgian orphans for homes in America Niels49908 years 13 weeks
ArticlePrivate adoption laws have too many loopholes, critics say Niels1872010 years 40 weeks
VideoRabbit Proof Fence Documentary - forced removal scene Kerry286616 years 30 weeks
Blog entryReligious Influence Kerry138438 years 14 weeks
ArticleReport: Baby trade in Philippine hospitals Kerry160214 years 48 weeks
Blog entryReviewing Jedd Medefind's response to "The Evangelical Adoption Crusade" Kerry and Niels408626 years 32 weeks
ArticleRicky Martin plans for Children Homes in Latin America Kerry168116 years 25 weeks
ArticleRoman Catholic church stalls on £8m child abuse claims Niels171808 years 4 weeks
DiscussionSale of Children in Interstate and Foreign Commerce Niels257119 years 38 weeks
Blog entrySearch and Recovery Kerry1300210 years 2 weeks

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