David Goldman Receives 2013 Paul H. Chapman Award

The Bring Sean Home Foundation is very pleased to report that our director and co-founder David Goldman was honored to receive a Paul H. Chapman Award on Saturday, September 28, 2013 from the Foundation for Improvement of Justice.

A total of six awards were given in 2013 to “recognize innovative and effective works and/or programs whose efforts have made positive influential differences in the Unites States criminal and civil judicial arenas.” Mr. Goldman’s accomplishments were recognized under the categories of Crime Victims’ Rights, Child Protection, and Legal Reform (a detailed description is provided below).

Please join us in congratulating David for this well deserved recognition.


PICTURED: David Goldman attends the Foundation for Improvement of Justice's 2013 Paul H. Chapman Awards Dinner with his wife, Wendy.


Foundation for Improvement of Justice: 2013 Paul H. Chapman Awards (www.justiceawards.com)

David Goldman is recognized for his work as a Director and Co-Founder of the Bring Sean Home Foundation whose mission is “to assist victims of international child abduction, educate the public about this issue, prevent further abductions and draw attention to the increasing number of cases that currently exist with the purpose of returning abducted children to their home countries and reuniting them with their left-behind families.” It began with David’s own five and a half year civil fight to return his abducted son to the United States. In May of 2013, after testimony from David Goldman and others, the Sean and David Goldman International Child Abduction Prevention and Return Act of 2013 was introduced by Congressman Chris Smith and has been passed on to the Foreign Affairs Committee. The bill would empower the president with new penalties to inflict on countries that refuse to return American children and eighteen new tools to try to secure their return.

Mr. Goldman was nominated for this award by Ms. MaLisa McOmber.


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