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Child abduction and non-Hague Convention countries

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 @ 9:46 AM | By Leena Yousefi

The rise of globalization, ease of travel and parental conflict have given rise to an increasing rate of international child abduction. Some children are lucky enough to be returned to their home more easily and more expeditiously than other children. It ultimately depends on where they live and where they are abducted to. Child abduction is a traumatic event for any child and can leave long lasting emotional effects such as: difficulty trusting anyone, anxiety, lack of security, dependency, depression, impaired memory, difficulty with concentration and...