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  • 1.   Abstracts

    This abstract reports on adoption and foster care including intercountry adoption in Ireland

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 32 Page: 103-106 2008

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  • 2.   Adoption and Long-Term Fostering: Themes from Research

    This article has been prepared to explore the current literature on adoption and long-term foster care

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 156 2003
    Sean Mulligan

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  • 3.   Adoption from care in Northern Ireland: problems in the process

    The aim of this study was to examine the processes for freeing children for adoption in Northern Ireland.

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 7 Page: 297-309 2002
    Greg Kelly; Dominic McSherry

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  • 4.   Article 18 of the Adoption (Northern Ireland) Order 1987: the appointment of expert witnesses; and the Children Order Advisory Committee Best Practice Guidance

    The article presents a case concerning an application for a freeing order filed by a Health and Social Services Trust under the Adoption Order 1987 in Northern Ireland.

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 31 Page: 127-129 2007 Spring2007
    Kerry O'Halloran

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  • 5.   Article 9 of the Adoption (Northern Ireland) Order 1987 and the Adoption of Children from Overseas Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2002: the right of an applicant to adopt a non-resident child from a non-Convention country

    The article discusses a court case on the right of an applicant to adopt a non-resident child for a non-Convention country pursuant to article 9 of the Adoption (Northern Ireland) Order 1987

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 31 Page: 77-80 2007 Winter2007
    Kerry O'Halloran

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  • 6.   Articles 9 and 18 of the Adoption Order (Northern Ireland) Order 1987: importance of placing siblings together; weight to be attached to child's wish not to be adopted; views of older siblings regarding adoption of family member; and the relative

    The article focuses on an adoption case in Northern Ireland related to the Articles 9 and 18 of the Adoption Order of 1987

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 29 Page: 90-93 2005
    Kerry O'Halloran

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  • 7.   Attitudes and Factors that Influence Decision-Making in Adoption from Care in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine thinking and attitudes that inform or influence decision-making around proceeding to adoption

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 253-263 2004
    Lily Barr

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  • 8.   BATTLE FOR IDENTITY

    This article discusses Ireland's adoption laws

    Community Care, 2003
    Terry Philpot

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  • 9.   Changes in birth father involvement in stepfamily adoption in the Republic of Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine impact of legal change on the practice of involving birth fathers in the stepfamily adoption decisions relating to their children

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 28 Page: 59-69 2004
    C. Loftus

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  • 10.   Family, Community, Church and State: Natural Parents Talking about Adoption in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine women's experiences of relinquishing a child for adoption in Ireland.

    British Journal of Social Work, Vol: 34 Page: 621-648 2004
    Mary Wilson; Nuala Lordan; Audrey Mullender

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  • 11.   FOREIGN ADOPTIONS AND THE EVOLUTION OF IRISH ADOPTION POLICY, 1945-52

    This article discusses the child adoption scheme in Ireland

    Journal of Social History, Vol: 36 Page: 387 2002 Winter2002
    Moira J. Maguire

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  • 12.   Foreword: Child Welfare in Ireland--Travelling Forward?

    This article discusses in a variety of ways - family support, child protection, adoption, and human rights in Northern Ireland

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 263-265 2003
    John Pinkerton

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  • 13.   Freeing for Adoption in Northern Ireland: A Policy Analysis

    The aim of this study was to examine the operation of the freeing order procedure - a procedure that enables the court to vest parental rights in an adoption agency - in Northern Ireland.

    Research on Social Work Practice, Vol: 10 Page: 787-800 2000
    Greg Kelly; Emma Ince

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  • 14.   Identity issues for looked after children with no knowledge of their origins

    This article discusses the effects on the developing identities of those who, for various reasons, are unlikely ever to know the details of their birth parent(s)

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 29 Page: 44-52 2005 Summer2005
    Karen Winter; Olivia Cohen

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  • 15.   Legal notes: Northern Ireland

    The article provides information on a court case in Northern Ireland involving adoption application, parental reasonableness in withholding consent, welfare interests and the right to family life.

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 30 Page: 74-79 2006
    Kerry O'Halloran

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  • 16.   News from BAAF

    News from BAAF This article provides updates concerning adoption and child care in Great Britain as of July 2006

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 30 Page: 3-3 2006 Summer2006
    David Holmes

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  • 17.   News from BAAF

    This article comments on a response to "Adopting for Change" a new adoption strategy for Northern Ireland

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 30 Page: 3-5 2006
    D. Holmes; D. Cullen

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  • 18.   Northern Ireland

    The article discusses a court case concerning an appeal from a British High Court decision that articles 14 and 15 of the Adoption Order 1987 did not contravene the rights of the appellants under article 8

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 31 Page: 75-79 2007
    Kerry O'Halloran

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  • 19.   Permanence planning in Northern Ireland: A development project

    The aim of this study was to examine a project which recruited and trained dual (foster care/adoption) approved carers and placed children with them before the children were freed for adoption

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 31 Page: 18-27 2007
    Greg Kelly; Priscilla Haslett; Jacqueline O'Hare

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  • 20.   The Adoption (Northern Ireland) Order 1987: the best interests of the child and post-adoption contact; arrangements for direct sibling contact

    This article discusses a court case concerning an adoption application for two children whose birth parents and siblings seek direct contact post adoption.

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 32 Page: 82-85 2008 Spring2008
    Kerry O'Halloran

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  • 21.   THE CHANGING MEANING OF FAMILY: INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS AND IRISH ADOPTION POLICY, 1949-99

    This article discusses child adoption discourse to investigate the changing cultural conceptions of children, family, and individual rights

    Journal of Family History, Vol: 30 Page: 86-108 2005
    Suzanne Shanahan

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  • 22.   The Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995, Article 50: the best interests of the child; alleged parental culpability; medical evidence; and the rules governing publicity

    This article discusses a court case which concerns an application by a Trust for an order under Article 50 of the Children (N. Ireland) Order 1995 in relation to three children after one child was admitted for intra-abdominal tumour

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 32 Page: 80-84 2008 Summer2008
    Kerry O'Halloran

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  • 23.   The Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995: Article 50(2) and the importance of a care plan; welfare of child following death of sibling by NAI; carers with learning disability; risks of kinship care; role of independent consultants; social work

    The article discusses a court case involving a Trust application for a care order for a child of a teenage single mother whose previous child had died in Northern Ireland

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 32 Page: 93-97 2008

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