Welcome to another week.
A free online event looking at children’s rights in family law and how to protect them marks the launch of an international handbook on child participation in family law cases.
The July press release for the handbook says:
“The handbook offers an analysis of human rights instruments, to which UCERF researcher Charlotte Mol contributed, and examines the pedagogical aspects of child participation.
Child participation in private international law and in national proceedings on divorce, separation, custody and child abduction is the focus.
Experts from 17 countries, including UCERF researchers Wendy Schrama and Christina Jeppesen-de Boer, take stock of national law and reflect on possible improvements.”
The launch features several speakers, including: Professor Ann Skelton, UNESCO Chair in Education Law in Africa at the University of Pretoria, Rotating Honorary Chair of Enforcement of Children’s Rights at the Department of Child Law of the University of Leiden…
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