Beatrice's daughters meet other kids from their orphanage every year. "It means the world to them," she says. Photo: Scanpix
Adoption in Sweden

Adoptive parents forge links to kids' birth country

"They say they're from India, not Sweden"
5:59 min

Virtually all children who are adopted in Sweden over the past 40 years come from abroad. As a way to help them understand who they are and where they come from, many adoptive parents are keen to develop ties to the children's native country.

Beatrice has adopted two daughters from India. Every year they meet up with other families that have adopted from the same orphanage in Calcutta. To hear the interview with Beatrice, click on the link below.

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