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Reforming Adoption

Adoption reform means taking away the fraud, coercion, lies, misinformation, and lack of information from the adoption industry. It means no longer falsifying documents, or defying natural parents' rights to their children.


National Infant Adoption Reform Act

Years ago, there were several people working on a national bill for infant adoption reform. Unfortunately, there has not been any acceptance in the legislation to push for such reforms. Therefore, in order to get the information out there, here is a draft of the National Infant Adoption Reformation Act. Because it has had so many contributors and authors, and you would like to take on the task, feel free to copy, distribute, and make changes as you feel inclined, taking into consideration adoptees and natural families rights. Great time and energy went into making this bill, and it would be a shame to not see it through.


Legislation in Oregon

Oregon has legislation in place in order to make sure that adoptions are more ethical in this state. Many thanks go to:
Representative DOHERTY; Representative DEMBROW

And to the following for their incredible hard work of the following: At the request of Janette Barcenas, Ashley Peterson-Munoz, Leticia Munoz, Kiley Steward, Tamara Slack, Oregon Birth Mothers

Find the legislation in PDF format here or in html here


UN Investigations:

The United Nations has started an investigation into fraudulent activities of adoption in the US, both international adoptions, and domestic. Due to the 9/11 attacks, the investigation into adoptions was put on hold. Here are two of the previous studies of the UN. Also, consider sending the current UN Special Rappateour your story and experiences. Encourage them to continue their investigation for the sake of the rights of children.

  • General Assembly. Fifty-fifth session. Item 112 of the provisional agenda. August 10, 2000.
    This document mostly deals with international selling of children from poor countries to developed countries.
  • United Nations: Economic and Social Council: January 3, 2003
    Fifty-ninth session Item 13 of the provisional agenda. See page 25, IV: Adoption

  • See AmFOR for guidelines to writing to the UN regarding your situation of child trafficking. Click Here

    Also note, that as of 2010, the current Special Rapporteur on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography is Najat Míjid Maala.