If you ask most people what The Hague is, chances are they will give you one of two replies…..Isn’t it a city in Holland? It’s…. Wait, isn’t it……. I don’t know. Source: The Hague – It’s Way More Than JUST a City in Holland – Apparent Project
I’m going to briefly tell you the basics of three different stories that illustrate and have had a significant impact on the politics of international adoptions. They have to do with a bus to Idaho, a plane to Russia and a 6 letter four letter word. Source: A Bus, A Plane and a 6 … Continue reading A Bus, A Plane and a 6 Letter Word – Apparent Project
In 2000, 18,856 children were adopted into the United States from other countries (international adoptions)In 2004, that number had risen to its peak of 22,989 children.In 2015, that number had plummeted to 5,647 children – the lowest since 1981. Source: These Aren’t Just Numbers, They Are Real Kids…… – Apparent Project
In the last post, I told you we were going to be taking a look at some hard questions and why it is important that we do what we can to make the world a better place for vulnerable children AND the… Source: Not Easy to Read, Not Easy to Write…..
Did you ever wonder why? Why are there orphanages? Source: Did You Ever Wonder? – Apparent Project