CAP Student Creates Foster Care Video

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Harvard Graduate School of Education student Kimberly Snodgrass, who enrolled in the Child Advocacy Program’s course “Art of Social Change” in Fall 2010, created a “Forward Advocacy Foster Care Video.” Click on the following link to view the video on YouTube: CAP Student Creates Foster Care Video

CAP Faculty Director Featured on China Radio Int’l

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Increased attention has been focused on international adoption following the return of an adoptive child to Russia by his adoptive mother. CAP Faculty Director Elizabeth Bartholet speaks about the importance of international adoption on “Today” a news magazine show broadcasting live in Beijing, China; Canberra and Perth, Australia; Ottawa and Toronto, Canada; and California, Texas and Hawaii, USA.  To view the video of this event, please follow this link.

Connect for Kids Features CAP Alums

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The website Connect for Kids featured the Child Advocacy Program and two of our remarkable alums in a recent article. Learn more about how these CAP alums are using Skadden Fellowships to work on behalf of children and youth.

Suspending Adoption Is Not the Answer – CAP Faculty Director in the New York Times

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Read CAP Faculty Director Elizabeth Bartholet’s piece in the New York Times “Room for Debate” blog reacting to the suspension of Russian adoption in the aftermath of the controversy surrounding the return of an adopted child to Russia.

CAP Faculty Director on NPR’s On Point

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In the wake of the controversy surrounding the return of an adopted child to Russia, the Russian government has suspended all adoption of Russian children by American families. CAP Faculty Director Elizabeth Bartholet speaks about the implications of this controversy on international adoption. To listen, go to: http://tinyurl.com/y8yo3td.

CAP Working Paper Lunch – The Chocolate Heist

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Join CAP and HLS Visiting Scholar F. Frederic (Ric) Fouad to discuss his draft paper “The Chocolate Heist: How Pennsylvania authorities converted the Hershey Trust, America’s largest childcare charity, into a shield for corporate insiders and piggy bank for local interests.” Meet in AUSTIN EAST (NOTE change in location) at noon on April 13. Lunch will be provided. RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/ybtg9h3.

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