Peter Thomas Senese and the I CARE Foundation Release ‘Chasing Parents’ Documentary


In his capacity as a best-selling author producerchild advocate, and founding director of the I CARE FoundationPeter Thomas Senese has shared that in order to stop international parental child abduction, raising awareness and providing accurate information to others is critical.

In order to help other parents protect targeted children Mr. Senese has created the ‘Chasing Parents’ educational documentary film series that is shared here.

With 125,000 American and 20,000 Canadian children anticipated to be internationally abducted over the next decade, parents must realize that they are only three degrees of separation from having this impact their life.

Peter Thomas Senese is the author of the critically acclaimed novel Chasing The Cyclone that shares a story of a parent’s dedication to his child.  Along with Mr. Senese’s ongoing financial support to help targeted children of abduction, Peter Thomas Senese continues to donate 100% of his book proceeds to the I CARE Foundation.

International parental child abduction is a serious issue that we all need to be aware of.  Please take the time to educate yourself.


Educational Documentary Series Produced and Narrated by Peter Thomas Senese

Part I – International Parental Child Abduction Overview by Peter Thomas Senese

Part II – Warning Signs Of International Parental Child Abduction

Part III – International Parental Child Abduction In Progress

Part IV – Reunification and International Parental Child Abduction

Part V – International Parental Child Abduction Overview

Part VI – New Laws, Policy Modification & Reforms Needed To Protect Children From
International Parental Child Abduction

Part VII – The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative and
International Parental Child Abduction and Human Trafficking

Please visit the I CARE Foundation’s website to learn more about the foundation’s work.

Please check on the official website of Chasing The Cyclone or the official website of Peter Thomas Senese for more information.