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PollWas your name changed during "the adoption process"? 222 years 13 weeks ago
Blog entryNot for Profit? 214 years 46 weeks ago
ArticleSpeeded up adoption in England, any thoughts...? 55 years 35 weeks ago
Blog entryUmm... Triad, what Triad? 77 years 11 weeks ago
ArticleLitigation not legislation is the fastest way to reform Child Protective Services & Family Court 27 years 16 weeks ago
ArticleConsultation (England): Revising the National Minimum Standards (NMS) for Adoption, Children's Homes and Fostering 18 years 34 weeks ago
Blog entryThird Annual Demons of Adoption Award Nominations 288 years 36 weeks ago
ArticleTake more children into care, says Barnardo's chief Martin Narey 119 years 2 weeks ago
ArticleJacko to adopt child from Britain 29 years 9 weeks ago
ArticleLaw allows foreigners to adopt Turk children 99 years 9 weeks ago
ArticleThe Protection of Children in England: A Progress Report 69 years 9 weeks ago
ArticleFood for Thought 49 years 15 weeks ago
PollDo you believe you have been hurt or victimized by the Adoption Industry? 119 years 34 weeks ago
PollIs adoption the best option Child Protective Services has to offer families in crisis? 89 years 48 weeks ago
ArticleAhhh, those crazy, silly PC British-bastards... what WILL they think of, next?! 19 years 51 weeks ago
ArticleWhat is incest? 510 years 4 days ago
Blog entryOfsteds Study into CAFCASS 110 years 4 weeks ago
Blog entryWhat do YOU mean by 'Open Records'? I want the whole 9 yards 110 years 10 weeks ago
DiscussionWhat is being said in the Care Profiling Study 310 years 10 weeks ago
Blog entryA Position on Adoption Reform - Doggy Style 1210 years 11 weeks ago
Blog entryAdoption fatigue and all that... 1110 years 11 weeks ago
Blog entryHello folks, a bit about me and adoption 2710 years 11 weeks ago
DiscussionMoving History 410 years 17 weeks ago
PollHow many have met their birth-parents? 1310 years 24 weeks ago
DiscussionNatural Mother vs Birth Mother vs First Mother vs Biological Mother 610 years 28 weeks ago

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