Research: Institute Research
BEST PRACTICES IN INTERCOUNTRY ADOPTION:
IMPROVING CHILDREN’S PROSPECTS FOR LIVING IN FAMILIES
The Adoption Institute is conducting a study, "Best Practices in Intercountry Adoption: Improving Children's Prospects for Living in Families."
The project, which will inform policymakers and practitioners, aims to identify the critical issues impacting intercountry adoption practice, assess the impact of the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption and propose best practices, all within the guiding framework of the best interests of children and their families and in concert with the Hague Convention.
The project includes online surveys of adoption professionals and parents who have adopted internationally covering a range of policy and practice themes in "sending" and "receiving" countries. If you are an adoption professional or parent of a child you adopted from another country, please take some time to complete the relevant survey by clicking one of the hyperlinks below.
If you are an adoption professional, please complete this survey.
If you are a parent of a child you adopted from another country, please complete this survey.