Believing she was ‘stolen’ and trafficked as an ‘orphan’, Jyothi Svahn goes on a multi-country hunt for her birth family – and uncovers an international adoption industry built on lies, greed and heartbreak.
Preview. Online in April 2017. With the help of ACT, a Swedish adoptee follows the criminal trail to India to unmask the deception behind her adoption story. ACT’s founder Roelie Post explains the pattern on Channel News Asia.
A Belgian woman travelled 7000 kms for one meeting with her birth mother. Here’s how her journey unfolded.
A 6-month old infant got separated from her biological mother after her father committed suicide in 1973. Here is a story of their reunion.
Anisha is 11 months when she is adopted by a German couple from India. At the age of 14, she started to look for her mother. She finds her 3 years later and learns that she is a stolen child. The film deals with the search for people’s rights and the responsibility of the adoption agencies.
We actually informed the dutch family and youthwelfare authorities about the background of the children. Later the children went to India with a family friend and were reunited with their indian family.