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everyone’s adoption is as unique as the people involved. Absolutely adoptions need to evolve, but don’t speak on behalf of ALL adoptees or orphans because Snoopy and woodstock I wear blue for my grandson autism awareness shirt while a lot of work needs to be done in the field of adoption, orphanages have helped thousands upon thousands of children who would otherwise had suffered terrible hardships we can’t even begin to imagine.
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As an adult adoptee, and former case manager for adoptive families, THIS. Thank you for speaking up, as this western savior complex is extremely problematic. Raising 50 kids? That’s institutionalize, not raising. Kids need authentic relationships and caring adults invested in their wellbeing as individuals. Families need supports and communities that keep them together. So many issues that plague families can be solved in better, less expensive ways. Snoopy and woodstock I wear blue for my grandson autism awareness shirt And please, please look at adoptee-centric groups, and adult international adoptees, who share their experience as “orphans”. There is an industrial complex centered around orphanages and international adoption that is nothing more than child trafficking.
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I work for an organisation that supports various community programs across 26 countries. All the programs are locally lead, are focused on locally identified capacity development needs and are designed using an evidence base to ensure they are culturally appropriate and sustainable. And yes, child protection and child safeguarding are central elements to the work I do. I work behind the scenes so no, you won’t ever see me on stage giving a speech about all the children I have saved.