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17/12/2009

Trois articles de la revue "Wereldkinderen". La plus importante agence d'adoption aux Pays-Bas

BetterCareNetworkNL.jpg[Via Better Care Network Netherlands.]

 


150 millions d'orphelins ??
Ina HUT, directrice
Opinion de Wereldkinderen. Enfants du monde. Février 2008.


"L'adoption n'est pas un but en soi."
Ina HUT à propos de l'adoption, l'aide projet et les médias.
Directrice du plus grand organisme d'adoption aux Pays-Bas.
Opinion de Wereldkinderen. Enfants du monde. Septembre 2007.


Vision sur l'adoption internationale.
L'avenir de l'adoption : compétition internationale ou à terme plus nécessaire?
Opinion de Wereldkinderen. Enfants du monde.

Source: Better Care Network Netherlanths. Documentatie.

 

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- Pays-Bas. ”Enfants du Monde” arrête...
Récemment, Ina Hut, l'ancienne directrice d'Enfants du Monde avait démissionné après des intimidations du Ministre de la Justice suite aux enquêtes [...] être lu sur TT.com En savoir plus - Adoption agency in child kidnap probe The Vienna- [...]
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- Pays-Bas. La directrice de l'organisme...
[Via United Adoptees International - News] Ina Hut, la directrice d'Enfants du Monde, dit que l'Autorité Centrale des Pays Bas l'a forcée à renoncer à [...] : L'industrie de l'abandon des nourrissonsqui décrit la façon dont le programme d' [...]
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- ”En Occident, le désir d'enfants et les...
2009-08-20 11:25:00 Ina HUT, directrice de Wereldkinderen, la plus importante agence pour l'adoption internationale aux Pays-Bas. [...] Ina Hut, la directrice d'Enfants du Monde la plus grande agence d'adoption aux Pays-Bas, dit qu'elle est lasse [...]
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20/08/2009

"En Occident, le désir d'enfants et les intérêts économiques l'emportent lourdement sur l'intérêt de l'enfant."

Ina Hut quitte Enfant du Monde.jpgIna HUT, directrice de Wereldkinderen, la plus importante agence pour l'adoption internationale aux Pays-Bas.

 

Source : Trouw. 19 août 2009.

 

 

L'argent joue un rôle trop important dans l'adoption internationale.


Ina Hut, la directrice d'Enfants du Monde la plus grande agence d'adoption aux Pays-Bas, dit qu'elle est lasse de la bataille et très désillusionnée par tous les méfaits qu'elle a trouvé par hasard au cours des dernières années sur la façon dont les choses sont gérées dans le monde de l'adoption internationale des enfants.

Source : Money plays too big a role in adoption.
Ina Hut says she is battle-weary and very disillusioned by all the wrongs she has come across over the past years.
Radio Netherlands / Expatica. 6 septembre 2009.

19/08/2009

Pays-Bas. La directrice de l'organisme d'adoption "Wereldkinderen" démissionne après des intimidations.

Ina Hut.jpgLa directrice de la plus importante agence d'adoption aux Pays-Bas démissionne après des pressions du gouvernement néerlandais de se tenir à l'écart des scandales de l'adoption en Chine.

 

[Via United Adoptees International - News]


Ina Hut, la directrice d'Enfants du Monde, dit que l'Autorité Centrale des Pays Bas l'a forcée à renoncer à toute enquête concernant les scandales de l'adoption en Chine car cela pourrait endommager les relations avec les Pays-Bas.

 

En raison de la relation difficile entre Mme Hut et le gouvernement hollandais, pour garder une vue d'ensemble transparente du processus d'adoption, dans une interview à la télévision, elle a déclaré qu'elle ne pouvait plus continuer son travail avec une conscience claire, et particulièrement concernant les adoptions chinoises.

 

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The final push for Hut to resign was 'Black Thursday', 11 of June this year. The day, when it became clear, that the parliament choose for the interest of would be-parents and the homo-lobby in the Netherlands. After the intimidation of Hut by employees of Ministry of Justice last year to stop 'nosing around' regarding the Chinese adoptions and Black Thursday, Hut's patience was over and she decided to step down and resigned.


With Huts resignation, The Netherlands, and the international adoption community, will loose an important 'whistleblower', says dr. Pien Bos from University Nijmegen this morning in Trouw. Not everybody is regretting that Hut leaves Wereldkinderen. Adoptive parents already responded this morning, to be happy, to see Hut go. Some responded harsh and said that her resign is a relief for would be- and adoptive parents and that Hut was bad for the adoption world.


United Adoptees International finds Huts resignation more as pity, while "Wereldkinderen", under management of Hut, changed views from a pure adoption agency (deliverer) to an organisation with heart and mind for adoptees and children. But this stance and view was not welcomed by many organisation and adoption agencies in the Netherlands and abroad. With Hut's statement and resignation, Ina Hut is the first director of an adoption agency in the world, who resigned due the opposition of would be-parents, the homo-lobby and the pressure of governmental bodies to keep the truth behind.


That Ms. Hut decided, more or less was forced, to go, is a very bad signal about the present adoption culture in the Netherlands and abroad. American tactics in all levels of the adoption world has been penetrated in the Netherlands and this is not only worrying but should raise a red flag. It is clear, with Huts resignation, that it is not longer about the interest of children but about the power of the right to get a child. The days of helping children with a clear consciousness is over. Adoption became an industry and no one is willing to fight this practice says Joan Hansink, spokeswoman of United Adoptees International.



Adoption boss says ministry puts trade before children

The head of the Netherlands' largest adoption agency has announced her resignation in response to what she describes as intimidation by the Justice Ministry.


Speaking in Tuesday's edition of the current affairs television programme Netwerk, adoption agency director Ina Hut said the Justice Ministry had threatened to withdraw the agency's licence if it continued its investigations into allegedly corrupt adoption practices in China.

Homes for orphans
Wereldkinderen works to provide homes for orphans from Africa, Asia and Latin America. In Tuesday's Netwerk, Ms Hut said that when she joined the agency in 2003 she was under the impression that adoptions were carried out in the interests of children. However, she was shocked at what she discovered. Her concerns at the practices in international adoption were enough for her to stop an adoption procedure of her own.

In 2005 a series of adoption scandals began to emerge in the Netherlands. The demand in Western countries was reported to be fuelling a trade in adoption children in countries like India, Colombia and Romania. There were claims that children were being kidnapped and sold for adoption. When Ina Huts heard that money had also been changing hands for adoption children in Hunan, China, she called on the Justice ministry to investigate the matter.

Corrupt practices
The Justice Ministry contacted the Chinese government and was given assurances that none of the children involved in the scandal had been adopted in the Netherlands, and all were genuine orphans. Those responsible for the corrupt practices had been prosecuted and measures had been put in place to prevent such things happening in future.

However, in 2008 Netwerk again featured a report claiming that local authorities in China were taking children away from their parents to sell them on for adoption.  A Chinese orphanage director confirmed that children were sold to the orphanage willing to pay the highest price.

Ministerial pressure
In response, Wereldkinderen proposed to carry out its own undercover investigation in China. But Ina Huts says she was approached by Justice Ministry officials who pressurised her to put a stop to the inquiry in the interests of relations with the country. Wereldkinderen falls under Justice Ministry supervision, and the officials allegedly threatened to withdraw the agency's licence if it refused to comply.

Ms Huts says she concludes that the Justice Ministry consistently puts trade considerations before the interests of children. In a statement she says, "Particularly in recent years I observed that [...] both in the Netherlands and at international level, economic and diplomatic considerations often prevail above the interests of children."

The Justice Ministry denies that any pressure was put on Ms Huts. The ministry says its objections to Wereldkinderen's investigations were that they were to be carried out under cover. It says this is unacceptable given the agency has an official relationship with the ministry.

"It could have unintentional consequences for cooperation with China," runs the ministry statement, "in the first place in the field of adoption, but also concerning other relations."

Radio Netherlands Worldwide


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- Bébés de la Chine vendus pour l'adoption
Des dizaines de bébés-filles dans le sud de la Chine auraient été enlevés de leurs parents qui avaient enfreint les lois de la [...] Un orphelinat au sud-ouest de la Chine a été accusé de retirer des enfants de leurs [...]
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- Au moins un enfant chinois volé adopté réside...
qu'un cas d'adoption illégale est jusqu'à présent avéré et que des enquêtes sont en cours tant en Belgique qu'en Chine. Le numéro de téléphone du service adoption de la Communauté française est accessible pour les parents qui souhaitent [...]
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- Chine: L'industrie de l'abandon des nourrissons
qui décrit la façon dont le programme d'adoption internationale est détourné par les autorités locales qui arrachent à leurs parents des nouveaux-nés à la [...] Research-China.Org translated an article, Manufacturing abandon infants, [...]
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- Adoptions en Chine. Les autorités enlèveraient...
ChristenUnie veut un débat urgent avec le ministre Hirsch Ballin de la Justice au sujet de cette affaire et estime que les adoptions venant de la Chine [...] Les organisations d'adoptions aux Pays-Bas sont préoccupées depuis plusieurs années [...]
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