Non-consnsual adoption is a doomed policy and waste of taxpayers money. More publicity is needed until the public rightfully demands full accountability so that this draconian, luddite policy is abolished and consigned to the dustbin of history where it rightfully belongs.
A new podcast series published in October on BBC Radio 4 called The Adoption, follows a real life adoption and asks some insightful questions about the process.
The series took 19 months to make, and charts the lives of two toddlers, Bethany and Ben, as they find themselves being adopted.
There are currently 16 episodes, with each one looking at a different aspect of adoption. We’ve broken down each episode according to its theme:
Preview: Background information on the documentary.
Episode 1: The family court process and a look at who makes the decision for a child to be adopted.
Episode 2: The foster care portion of the process with thoughts from the foster mother.
Episode 3: An introduction to the children themselves and some input from their social worker.
Episode 4: How the biological grandparents fit into the adoption process.
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