Littlebearabroad Podcast
Episode 18: Stuck parents

In this weeks episode of the podcast we’re talking about something that I feel really strongly about, for various reasons. It dove-tails into a number of areas that I could talk about for hours and hours. Stuck parents, the Hague Convention, child abduction and how immigration and integration is an issue that predominantly impacts women. We’re joined by Founder and Chair of Global Action on Relocation & Return with Kids (GlobalArrk.org), Roz Osborne. We talked candidly about how being a stuck parent herself brought about the creation of GlobalArrk.org and how she’s now assisting hundreds of people all over the world. 

NOTE: Roz wanted me to make an small adjustment to what was said in the podcast. Despite GlobalArrk.org being able to provide the name and numbers of lawyers, they cannot give out legal advice themselves.

 

In this weeks episode of the podcast we’re talking about something that I feel really strongly about, for various reasons. It dove-tails into a number of areas that I could talk about for hours and hours. Stuck parents, the Hague Convention, child abduction and how immigration and integration is an issue that predominantly impacts women.

 

We’re joined by Founder and Chair of Global Action on Relocation & Return with Kids (GlobalArrk.org), Roz Osborne. We talked candidly about how being a stuck parent herself brought about the creation of GlobalArrk.org and how she’s now assisting hundreds of people all over the world.

 

You can get in touch with GlobalArrk.org directly through the website. Or, you can find more information on their Facebook page.

 

 



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