Cross-border
Family Matters: A tour de table of good practices

Good practices in cross-border child abduction cases

Date: 14 December 2021
Location: Bucharest

This conference will deal with

  • Crossroads between child abduction and fundamental human rights – and corresponding ECHR case law
    • The necessity to put in place a sound legal framework to secure a prompt response to international child abduction cases
    • A coherent and consistent interpretation of the Hague Convention
    • The obligation to act swiftly – the exceptional diligence criteria
    • The conditions of enforcement of the return order
    • The interpretation of the « best interest of the child » in the light of Article 13 of the Hague Convention
    • The passage of time and the integration criteria
  • Crossroads between child abduction and fundamental human rights – and corresponding CJEU case law

Detailed programme will follow in due time.

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This project is funded by
the European Union’s Justice
Programme (2014-2020)

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