News by Tag: Peter Senese

I CARE Foundation Focuses On Japan's International Parental Child Abduction Problem: Launches Landmark Abduction Prevention Tool
October 16, 2014
Preventing International Parental Child Abduction In Japan: The I CARE Foundation's International Travel Child Consent From Offers Major Hague Child Abduction Convention Related Prevention Tool.
Best-Selling Author Peter Thomas Senese & Activist Carolyn Vlk Urge For Mandatory Passport Requirements For Children
June 23, 2011
Global advocates urge unilateral passport policy change mandating all children traveling abroad present valid passport as way to combat international child kidnapping epidemic.
Geopolitical Best-Selling Author Peter Thomas Senese Announces E-Book Launch Slate
June 18, 2011
Best-selling geopolitical novelist Peter Thomas Senese is pleased to announce the worldwide, multi-language E-book release schedule of the writer's selected historical international thrillers.
Peter Thomas Senese Urges Los Angeles To Vote 'Yes' On Measure 'L' In Support Of The City's Public Library System
March 8, 2011
The Los Angeles Public Library System has faced dramatic operating budget reductions over the past few years, substantially limiting the library's operations and services it offers the city's patrons.
Peter Thomas Senese Narrates Film Series Concerning The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative
March 2, 2011
Peter Thomas Senese's film series on International Parental Child Abduction titled 'Chasing Parents: Racing Into The Storms Of International Parental Child Abduction' adds new segment focusing on the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative.
Florida's 'Child Abduction Prevention Act' Now In Effect
January 6, 2011
On January 1st, 2011 Florida's 'Child Abduction Prevention Act' took effect. The law was created to prevent cross-border parental child abduction in the state.
Landmark Study By Peter Senese And Carolyn Vlk Unveils How Abducted Children Are Illegally Removed From The Country
November 29, 2010
Carolyn Ann Vlk and Peter Thomas Senese implore the Federal Government to act immediately to correct deficiencies in international travel documentary requirements for children.