The final training session “Dealing … Continue reading MILAN FINAL TRAINING: A GREAT SUCCESS!
In data 14 Aprile 2016, il Senato della Repubblica ha approvato due atti di indirizzo che riguardano misure di contrasto alla sottrazione internazionale di minori: l’ordine del giorno unitario n. 1 e la mozione n. 552 (Testo 2) La sottrazione internazionale dei minori è un fenomeno sempre crescente per diverse concause che lo alimentano, tra cui … Continue reading In Italia il Senato approva una mozione unitaria che istituisce una task force ministeriale per il contrasto alla sottrazione internazionale di minori
On Thursday 8th and Friday 9th of June the University of Milano-Bicocca will organize and host a training session which is part of the project “EU Judiciary Training on Brussels IIa Regulation: from South to East”, cofounded by the EU DG Justice and organized by the University of Milano-Bicocca. The project, lead by Prof. Costanza … Continue reading Milan, 8-9 June: Judicial Training on International Child Abduction
Nelle giornate di oggi 10 maggio e domani 11 maggio, presso il Palazzo di Giustizia di Milano, la Scuola Superiore della Magistratura in collaborazione con l’Ordine Avvocati di Milano organizza l’incontro internazionale DIRITTO EUROPEO DELLA FAMIGLIA: COME CAMBIA IL REGOLAMENTO BRUXELLES II-BIS. Responsabili del corso (che si terrà sia in inglese che in italiano, con traduzione in … Continue reading A Milano due giornate di studio sul Diritto europeo della famiglia
Last 24th of March, for the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaties of Rome, “Roma 3 University” has organized a major conference entitling EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND SUPRANATIONALISM. The conference began in joint session for the greetings and thanks, and then proceed with two parallel sections, both very interesting (see program … Continue reading Rome: important conference on European Integration
We are organizing the final training of the project “EU Judiciary training on Brussels II a Regulation: From South to East”, co-funded by the Justice Programme of the European Union (more information about the project: http://brussels2family.eu/home/chi-siamo-2/). The first Judicial training will be organized by the University of Rijeka on 20-21 of April 2017 and will … Continue reading Work in progress and… Save the date!
Both the on-line and the printed issue of The Economist (February,18th 2017), devote a long and well-argued article to the increasing plague of International Child Abduction. Multi-national families are often facing hard battles to avoid (in the best cases) or to manage (more often) dramatic break up. Kate Baggott and her two children live in … Continue reading The Economist focusing on International Child Abduction
On the 27 of January the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg rendered the FINAL DECISION on the sensitive issue of surrogate motherhood, examining the case of the Italian spouses Paradiso and Campanelli. The facts are well known: In 2011 the Italian couple went to Russia in order to have a … Continue reading The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights decides in the Paradiso Campanelli case: there was no violation of article 8
Last week (on January 27) the Official Gazette of Italian Law has published the final version of a Legislative Decree (D.Lgs. 19 gennaio 2017, n. 7) which finally provides the international law rules for the regulation of civil unions. This decree makes some important changes to the Italian act on private international law (L. 31 maggio … Continue reading Italy: Enacted the new Statute on civil Unions
After Turkey (see article), also Pakistan has finally joined the 1980 Hague Convention on Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, becoming the 96th Contracting State to the Convention. The historical decision was taken by the Government during the cabinet meeting held in Islamabad on November 23, 2016 and ratified a month later (on December 22, … Continue reading Pakistan – Hague Child Abduction Convention ratified by Pakistan Government