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EuroMed Justice II. Project Funded by the European Union. OPENING CONFERENCE Brussels, 30 June 2008 Working Group II Resolution of cross-border family conflicts M r . Khaled ABOUALI. 1. SESSION 1. Project Funded by the European Union.

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euromed justice ii
EuroMed Justice II

Project Funded by the European Union

OPENING CONFERENCE

Brussels, 30 June 2008

Working Group II

Resolution of cross-border family conflicts

Mr. Khaled ABOUALI

1

session 1
SESSION 1

Project Funded by the European Union

Aspect of private international Law in connection with mixed marriages, and more specifically: specific problems related to the recognition abroad of decisions in cross-border family disputes, including decisions by “Customary Law Courts” or taken on the basis of religious texts

session 11
SESSION 1

Project Funded by the European Union

  • The Hague Convention and European Union framework: current situation. The Malta Judicial Conferences on the cross-border family conflicts
  • A comparative view between the European and MEDA countries law
  • Discussion triggers:
    • The Hague Convention and EU framework related to MEDA countries
    • The current situation in the MEDA countries
    • How to advance legislative reform on this topic
    • Practical and specific problems related to the recognition abroad of a judicial decision on this topic
session 2
SESSION 2

Project Funded by the European Union

Alternative dispute settlement on cross-border family conflicts.

International comparative analysis on this topic related to the quality of mediation schemes

session 21
SESSION 2

Project Funded by the European Union

  • International legal framework on mediation on family matters. Practical instruments on mediation related the cross-border family conflicts
  • Comparative analyses on mediation systems between EU and MEDA countries
  • Discussion triggers:
    • Culture of mediation
    • Institution for mediation
    • Religion and mediation.
    • Legal framework for mediation in the MEDA countries
session 3
SESSION 3

Project Funded by the European Union

Establishing the criterion governing jurisdiction in matters of mixed marriage child protection according tothe international legal framework:

Practical ways of ensuring children’s right to maintain personal relations with both their parents, in particular visiting rights of parents who do not have custody

session 31
SESSION 3

Project Funded by the European Union

  • Child protection in the UN and Hague Conference framework. The EU and the child protection policy
  • Practical instruments for solving the most frequent problems on the right of visiting and custody and on child abduction
  • Discussion triggers:
    • The current situation in the MEDA countries
    • The law to be applied and the competence required for resolving
    • The local authorities’ cooperation and the necessity to improve training on this topic
    • visiting and custody rights from the point of view of human sciences ...
session 4
SESSION 4

Project Funded by the European Union

The importance of culture and religion in cross-border family conflicts

  • Cultural and sociological aspects in cross-border family conflicts
  • Religious aspects in cross-border family conflicts
  • Discussion triggers:
    • The current situation in the MEDA countries
    • Administrative and asistential sources on this topic
    • The role of the Customary Court
    • Civil and religious Law
conclusion
CONCLUSION

Project Funded by the European Union

  • Let us build a partnership
  • Let us identify both the levers and the obstacles to real cooperation in these matters
  • Let us find the best practices and share them among all the partners

Thank you for your attention

Khaled Abouali, Senior Lecturer

EuroMed Justice II Project Coordinator

[email protected]

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