Imagine…150,000 children all together. That would be comparable to the number of people seated in two full capacity football stadiums in the United States. Now think about all those children disappearing at one time… there one minute and gone the next. Would this be something that if you heard it on the news it would catch your attention? I think it would catch mine!
Those 150,000 children that you imagined disappearing is the anticipated number of children that may be internationally abducted by one parent from another over the next 10 years in the United States, Canada and Mexico combined.
Now, imagine…only 10% of those children will ever come home.
Do I have your attention yet?
Peter Thomas Senese, on behalf of the I CARE Foundation and Pacifica, has announced that he will be starting work on the film 150,000 Internationally Kidnapped Children. This will be a film that will introduce viewers to the world of international parental child abduction… a world that no parent ever wants to become a part of. The film will share several intriguing parental child abduction cases while taking viewers through the legal system, the psychological trauma of kidnapping and it’s affects as well as the government agencies that deal with international abduction and their existing policies.
International parental child abduction … the most effective way to stop it is to prevent it from happening in the first place. 150,000 Internationally Kidnapped Children will be one step in many for the upcoming year that the I CARE Foundation will be undertaking to help protect innocent children and unsuspecting parents from becoming victims.
To learn more about the film, check out the announcement that was released for 150,000 Internationally Kidnapped Children and watch for its release late Spring – early Summer 2013.
For more information on international parental child abduction, please visit the official website for Chasing The Cyclone.