On May 1, 2015 David Smolin (law professor with expertise in child laundering issues in international adoption; independent expert for the Hague Convention; and blogger here on Fleasbiting) participated in a session at the annual Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO) Summit.
That session was a dialogue between Jedd Medicind, President of CAFO, spotlighted as an apologist for the evangelical Christian Adoption movement, and David, introduced as a critic of the evangelical Christian Adoption movement.
In the interview linked to below, Keren Riley of Reunite Uganda asks David a series of questions concerning the Evangelical Christian Adoption Movement, the session in which he participated with Jedd Medefind, CAFO (the Christian Alliance for Orphans), and the broader current situation concerning international adoption.
Keren Riley's interview of David appears on her blog Rileys in Uganda.
You can go to the whole interview now, by going to Rileys in Uganda .