Are you interested in shaping the international protection of children within family relationships and migration movements? How does private international law evolve in such contexts? What are contemporary solutions and ongoing policies, as well as the actors that support the civil protection of children as individual rights holders? This programme equips you with in-depth knowledge and skills facing these and other related questions.
- Four online half-day modules that can be registered separately, providing flexibility for busy schedules.
- Interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration to foster a comprehensive understanding of international child protection.
- Expert-led sessions addressing current and selected topics, ensuring you stay updated with the latest research, policies, and practices.
PROGRAMME 2023 – 2024
Module 1 - Children’s Individual Rights in Transnational Parental Relationships
Date and time: 07 December 2023, 14:15 to 18:45
Module 2 - International and Comparative Family Law
Date and time: 18 January 2024, 14:15 to 18:45
Module 3 - Vulnerable Migration
Date and time: 29 February 2024, 14:15 to 17:45
Module 4 - Practice of Child Protection Stakeholders: Inter-agency Co-operation in Context
Date and time: 18 April 2024, 14:15 to 17:45