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Protecting the Child
In an increasingly mobile European society, there is a commensurate increase in couples from different member states. Whenever a relationship breaks, things can get complicated in case spouses have different nationalities. These dramatic family situations sometimes lead to international abductions. Parental child abduction has an undoubtedly significant harmful impact on the child, the parent left-behind but also the taking parent. To ensure that taking parents do not benefit from child abduction, the 1980 Hague Convention was ratified by 77 states and completed by the Brussels IIa Regulation. But practice shows that there are still many hurdles within the judicial procedures.
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Self-Reflection Cultural Dimensions Cases
Different Handling Contacts Legal Terms
Hearing Of The ChildMediationMediation prejudices and incentivesElements Of Mediation At Court
Needs and InterestsMIKK Model for Mediation Children In Mediation
Cultural InfluenceDecision MakingConflicts Between Law and Own OpinionEnforceability of Agreements
Relation Between the Hague Convention and the ECHRAppeal of Court Decision
Differences in the ProceduresMediation in the Stage of Enforcement
Reflection Guidelines for JudgesFurther Learning