Adoption Ethics Conference

I just wanted to pass the word on about the Adoption Ethics Conference which is coming up pretty soon.  I’ve been told by the Evan B. Donaldson Institute that they are extending the application deadline.  So if you’re interested, make sure you check their website out.

Adoption Ethics and Accountability Conference
October 15-16, 2007
Arlington, Virginia

The Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute and Ethica, Inc. are co-sponsoring an exciting and timely conference, Adoption Ethics and Accountability, in Arlington, VA. This is the second conference hosted by the Adoption Institute that focuses on critical ethical issues in the field today.

Join us as we explore ethical issues in adoption with adoption experts and members of the adoption community. Conference participants will have the opportunity to attend panel discussions and workshops focusing on a variety of issues including birthfamily rights, transracial adoption, birthfamily and records searches, industry regulation, and best practices.

Dates: Monday/Tuesday – October 15-16, 2007

Fee: $275 if you register by August 17, 2007 ($137 for one day)

$325 full conference registration ($162 one day) after August 17

Location: Marriott Crystal Gateway
1700 Jefferson Davis Highway,
Arlington , VA
1-800-228-9290 or 703-920-3230

When making your hotel reservation, reference Adoption Ethics Conference to get your reduced rate:
$179 for single/double; $189 for triple and $209 for quad.

Book now – Rates are normally $269 to $329 and higher.

For more information, please contact Mari Cochran at 617.680.0808.

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