Children on the Move: How to Implement Their Right to Family Life

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J. Jaap E. Doek, Hans Van Loon, Paul Vlaardingerbroek
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1996 - Law - 294 pages
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Increasing numbers of children are on the move throughout the world: moving or migrating, alone or accompanied. This gives rise to many new problems with legal, economic, social and cultural aspects, calling for new approaches based on a world-wide perspective. The international mobility of children poses a special challenge for the protection of their family environment, as guaranteed by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and other international instruments. "Children on the Move" contains the texts and speeches given and the papers presented at the international conference of the same title, which took place at the Hague, the Netherlands, 23-26 October 1994. The conference was one of the major contributions of the Netherlands to the UN International Year of the Family and was convened by the Netherlands Committee for the International Year of the Family in collaboration with the Hague Conference on Private International Law. "Children on the Move" provides the reader with an in-depth analysis of the various legal aspects (problems and remedies) of inter-country adoption, international child abduction, and children as international refugees.
 

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Professor Rainer Frank
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Professor Peter Nygh
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Professor Carol S Bruch
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C Intercountry Adoption of Children
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