Parents interested in adopting from Haiti, the DRC, or India should pay attention to these recent updates.
What adoption laws changed in late 2015?
A new study examines attention deficit in children living in foster care.
The AAP has released new guidelines for pediatricians to follow when treating children in foster care.
Foster adoptions decreased slightly in 2014, continuing a disheartening trend.
Even as LGBT rights move irreversibly forward, some states are still trying to hold them back.
China's devastating one-child policy has finally ended. What does it mean for adoptees?
View the replay of the webinar “Adoption Costs,” with Denise M. Bierly, Esq., and Sue Orban to learn about domestic, foster, and international adoption costs and funding strategies.
After 40 years, the Joint Council for International Children’s Services has shut its doors.
The majority of Americans support the rights of same-sex couples to adopt children.
The United States Supreme Court decision on June 26, recognizing marriage as a constitutional right for same-sex couples, will also have a positive impact on adoption.
A lawsuit alleges that the 1978 law discriminates based on race.
Reuters recently published an in-depth investigation, “The Child Exchange,” outlining the illegal practice of exchanging children who were legally adopted.
The government of China has decided to ease its longstanding one-child policy, in response to declining birth rates and human rights interests.
What changes the “demand” for adopted children around the world? Are market forces to blame?
Has your state recently changed its adoption laws? Check out AF’s condensed list here.
A bipartisan bill seeks to make the adoption tax credit refundable, helping lower-income families.
Foster children in the US graduate college at shockingly low rates. One study tries to find out why.
The story of Davion Navar Henry Only may have finally come to an end.
Talking to your child about the possibility of trafficking is not easy. Here's how to open the dialogue.