Title: The Recovery of Internationally Abducted Children: A Comprehensive Guide
by Maureen Dabbagh
Publisher: McFarland & Company
From the Publisher:
This work focuses first on prevention and then on initial steps to take if an abduction happens. Resources such as police, the State Department, the courts, and private agencies are covered next.
A detailed overview is given of organizing and coordinating the search for a child, followed by coverage of support services and an examination of existing law on both the federal and international level.
If you are interested in this topic, you may also want to:
- Read Maureen Dabbagh’s Parental Kidnapping in America: An Historical and Cultural Analysis
- Watch Mediation (and Online Mediation) of International Parental Child Abduction Cases – Challenges and Opportunities – Video Interview with Maureen Dabbagh