The adoption process is challenging for any couple, and even more so for those in the military. But our struggle was worth
I’m not going to pretend that any of this was easy. We had to fill in paperwork where we were asked what we couldn't handle with an adopted child. There's a list of various issues and you're told to tick
BAME children are overrepresented in care, and seemingly have their futures written off based on their skin colour They were found by the postman; two young children home alone. They spent most of the
Adoption agencies to target black churches and mosques in bid to find homes for hard to place children, government announces
Adoption agencies are to target black churches and mosques in a bid to find homes for hard to place children, the Government has announced. Some 2,700 children are still waiting for adoption, according
Paid content is paid for and controlled by an advertiser and produced by the Guardian Labs team. For many people of faith, adopting a child who needs a loving home is an important part of their religious
White families are half as likely to consider adoption as their ethnic minority counterparts, a study has found. New research released by the fostering and adoption charity, Home for Good, to mark National
Olympic champion Tessa Sanderson and her husband, fellow Olympian Densign White, are the very proud parents of seven-year-old twins: Cassius and Ruby Mae. “Watching our children growing up into loving
Only 1,700 families are approved to adopt more than 4,100 youngsters in England More than twice as many children are waiting to be adopted as there are families willing to adopt, campaigners have warned.
I was in Florida the first time something seemed off. Sitting on the bed in a Disney hotel, I called Beth (I’ve changed all of the names in this piece to protect privacy) to check in and waited for her
Jenny Heijun Wills is the author of Older Sister. Not Necessarily Related, which was recently shortlisted for the Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for Nonfiction. Phillip Clay was an adoptee, like me.