From 21 – 23 October there was an international conference , Cross Border Child Protection, held in Genève, where ISS/Netherlands was represented. This conference was an initiative of ISS/IRC ( International Reference Centre) and HCCH ( Hague Conference on Private International Law). The conference was well attended, with 279 delegates from 69 countries. including over […]
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In June 2015 Fiom/ISS the Netherlands has come to an agreement with a new correspondent in Ethiopia. This correspondent has years of experience in the field of adoption. She can take on adoption related tracing cases. The first case has been sent to her recently. Costs for a tracing case in Ethiopia are (at the […]
The Manifesto for Ethical Intercountry Adoption builds specifically on the underlying principles of the 1993 Hague Convention and seeks to promote ethical practices by all adoption stakeholders, whether in the receiving country or country of origin, to better protect all children. ISS fully ackowledges that international texts such as the Convention on the Rights of […]
On April 1, 1955 Children and Families Across Boarders (CFAB) was established as International Social Service UK (ISS UK). It supported the deserted wives and children of foreign servicemen who had been stationed in Britain during the war. Over the years, the specific chanllenges ISS UK (now CFAB) is helping families overcome have changed. Their name […]
On March 8th the world celebrated International Women’s Day. At ISS we joined that celebration by honoring the fact that we are an organization founded by women more than 90 years ago. Even today over 70% of all ISS staff worldwide are women. The foresight of our founding mothers and the professionalism and dedication of […]
Resolving Family Conflict: A Guide to International Family Mediation is the first publication of its kind, intended for families around the world, regardless of their location or cultural identity. Written and published by the International Social Service General Secretariat, it helps explains the way that family mediation can be used to protect the best interest […]
Dr Sabina Sabeva, ISS Bulgaria Executive Director, was awarded the Honorary Sign of the Bulgarian Republic President as an activist in the area of children’s rights; this came on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Child Rights Convention! Our warmest and wholehearted congratulations to you Sabina and To ISS Bulgaria team for this […]