Regulating a particular form of migration at the European level: the Council of Europe and intercountry adoptions (1950-1967)

Abstract : It is a question of returning to the origins of "intercountry adoptions" and studying how this nascent transnational social phenomenon was seen from the beginning as a particular type of migration which necessitated regulation at the international level. Europe found itself at the centre of the first movements - with the children's home countries and their host countries - how did the Council of Europe, institution created in 1949, take hold of this question and how did it contribute to regulating the phenomenon?
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Yves Denéchère. Regulating a particular form of migration at the European level: the Council of Europe and intercountry adoptions (1950-1967). Peoples and borders: movement of persons in Europe, to Europe, from Europe (1945-2015), Nov 2014, Padova, Italy. ⟨halshs-01101137⟩

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