intercountry

intercountry

(ˌɪntəˈkʌntrɪ)
adj
international
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During this suspension, COH must cease to provide all adoption services in connection with intercountry adoption cases.
She discusses why private adoption can be seen as a marketplace; how adoption providers sell adoption to prospective clients; how pursuers of private adoption end up at adoption after facing barriers to biological reproduction; how workers de-emphasize race, the practice of charging lower fees for black children, the different status of black biracial children, and the rising popularity of African intercountry adoptions; how providers sell transracial adoption to clients; and implications for her research.
That's because, according to a report released by the US department of State in 2015, there was a 74 per cent decline in Intercountry Adoptions since 2004 - two years after Jolie adopted her first child.
The bill simplifies the adoption process for abandoned children and raises the age of children available for intercountry adoption to below 18 years old from the current limit of below 15.
The council is of the opinion that intercountry adoption is not the best way of protecting children and calls upon the government to shift its focus and to protect these children by supporting the implementation and advancement of the youth protection system in the country of origin," it said.
Intercountry adoption has united hundreds of thousands of children with families worldwide.
This was after the Ministry for Child and Women Development and Central Adoption Research Agency ( CARA) told SC that a legal framework for intra and intercountry adoption has been provided in the Juvenile Justice ( Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 which came into effect from January 15.
With increased demand for defense surveillance over porous and attack prone borders, increased spending on defense sector by the developing countries, and increased terrorism and ongoing intercountry conflicts, the market for military radars is expanding subsequently.
Miles offered Kyrgyzstan to join the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption.
A notable example occurs midway through the book in the chapter on international migration titled, "Family Ambivalence: The Contested Terrain of Intercountry Adoption.
I recall an attempt at such an intercountry comparative study done by Nuffield or the King's Fund more than 10 years ago.
The United States welcomes Vietnam's efforts to enhance its child welfare and intercountry adoption system," the State Department said in a statement.