Resources

There are many ways to learn more about how to resolve international child custody disputes.  This is a partial list of resources, and it is updated frequently.  Most importantly, do not give up hope and consistently work to find a legal, amicable resolution.  It is possible, even if right now it doesn’t seem that way.  

1.       US State Department information on parental child abduction

a.       DOJ’s resource guide for international parent abduction of children

2.       REUNITE

3.       The International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) is made up of the following programs:

a.       Global Missing Children’s Network

b.      YouTube ICMEC’s Missing Children’s Channel

4.       Partnership with the Permanent Bureau of the Hague Conference on Private International Law

a.       Guide to Good Practice in Child Abduction Convention