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Plurality and diversity of family relations in Europe / edited by Katharina Boele-Woelki, Dieter Martiny.

Contributor(s): Boele-Woelki, Katharina [editor.] | Martiny, Dieter [editor.] | Commission on European Family Law [sponsoring body.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: European family law series: 45.Publisher: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Intersentia, [2019]Copyright date: ©2019Description: xii, 385 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781780688176; 1780688172.Subject(s): Domestic relations -- Europe -- Congresses | Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Europe -- Congresses | Commission on European Family Law -- Congresses | Family lawDDC classification: 349.497
Contents:
The CEFL and its principles -- The Commission on European Family law : taking stock after almost 20 years / Katharina Boele-Woelki -- The principles of European family law regarding the property, maintenance and succession rights of couples in de facto unions : a first glimpse / Katharina Boele-Woelki, Cristina González Beilfuss, Nigel Lowe and Dieter Martiny -- Family migration, children's and women's rights -- Respecting children's dignity under private international and migration law / Hans Van Loon -- Empowering women in family relations / Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg -- The paradox of rights through the lens of Muslim women's rights in family law / Shaheen Sardar Ali -- The developing concept of parenthood -- The concept of parenthood in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights / Dafina Lima -- Family frontiers : the definition of parenthood in Brazil and in Portugal / Marianna Chaves Donor conception : from anonymity to openness / Elodie Decorte -- The role of the child in family proceedings -- Balancing the rights of parent and child in case of non-compliance with contact arrangements : a case law analysis / Eva Vertommen -- The public law aspects of the Brussels IIbis Regulation through an Irish lens / Maria Corbett -- The right of the child to be heard in parental responsibility proceedings / Jésica Delgado Sáez -- Maturity and the child's right to be heard in family law proceedings : Article 12 UNCRC and case law of the ECtHR compared / Charlotte Mol -- The recognition of religious private divorces in Europe : from conflict of laws to conflict of cultures? / Katharina Kaesling -- Extra-judicial Muslim divorces and family mediation in the Nordic countries : what role is there for the welfare state? / Sanna MustasaariMarianna Chaves Family law arbitration : a comparative analysis of German and English law practice / Saskia Zellerhoff -- Mandatory mediation from a European and comparative law perspective / Céline Jaspers -- Interdisciplinary research into family relations -- Family sociology and family law : what can the one learn from the other? / Dimitri Mortelmans.
Summary: This volume contains the contributions delivered at CEFL's sixth international conference, which focused on comparative and international family law in Europe in their respective cultural contexts. Inter alia in this book CEFL experts and other legal scholars examine subjects such as family law, sociology, migration and women's fundamental rights, as well as the developing concept of parentage and the role of children in families. The conference, and in turn the book, aims to enhance the exchange of ideas and arguments on comparative and international family law in Europe.
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"This volume contains the contributions delivered at CEFL's sixth international conference, which focused on comparative and international family law in Europe in their respective cultural contexts."

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Part I. The CEFL and its principles -- The Commission on European Family law : taking stock after almost 20 years / Katharina Boele-Woelki -- The principles of European family law regarding the property, maintenance and succession rights of couples in de facto unions : a first glimpse / Katharina Boele-Woelki, Cristina González Beilfuss, Nigel Lowe and Dieter Martiny -- Part II. Family migration, children's and women's rights -- Respecting children's dignity under private international and migration law / Hans Van Loon -- Empowering women in family relations / Maarit Jänterä-Jareborg -- The paradox of rights through the lens of Muslim women's rights in family law / Shaheen Sardar Ali -- Part III. The developing concept of parenthood -- The concept of parenthood in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights / Dafina Lima -- Family frontiers : the definition of parenthood in Brazil and in Portugal / Marianna Chaves Donor conception : from anonymity to openness / Elodie Decorte -- Part IV. The role of the child in family proceedings -- Balancing the rights of parent and child in case of non-compliance with contact arrangements : a case law analysis / Eva Vertommen -- The public law aspects of the Brussels IIbis Regulation through an Irish lens / Maria Corbett -- The right of the child to be heard in parental responsibility proceedings / Jésica Delgado Sáez -- Maturity and the child's right to be heard in family law proceedings : Article 12 UNCRC and case law of the ECtHR compared / Charlotte Mol -- Part V. Extra-judicial divorces and ADR in family matters -- The recognition of religious private divorces in Europe : from conflict of laws to conflict of cultures? / Katharina Kaesling -- Extra-judicial Muslim divorces and family mediation in the Nordic countries : what role is there for the welfare state? / Sanna MustasaariMarianna Chaves Family law arbitration : a comparative analysis of German and English law practice / Saskia Zellerhoff -- Mandatory mediation from a European and comparative law perspective / Céline Jaspers -- Part VI. Interdisciplinary research into family relations -- Family sociology and family law : what can the one learn from the other? / Dimitri Mortelmans.

This volume contains the contributions delivered at CEFL's sixth international conference, which focused on comparative and international family law in Europe in their respective cultural contexts. Inter alia in this book CEFL experts and other legal scholars examine subjects such as family law, sociology, migration and women's fundamental rights, as well as the developing concept of parentage and the role of children in families. The conference, and in turn the book, aims to enhance the exchange of ideas and arguments on comparative and international family law in Europe.

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