PRAGUE Conference #ChildRemovals: CoE member states ought to respect their obligations #forcedadoption

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Dear colleagues,

On 3 October 2014 the international Conference on the Child Removal Proceedings in the Council of Europe Member States and Related Human Rights Issues was held in Charles University in Prague, organised by the European Institute of Law and Forensic Engineering.

During the ceremony in the Old Town Hall, before the conference, documentary films about concerned families were projected and participants had an opportunity on an informal level to share their practical experiences in the field of child removal and thus to establish the base for their further cooperation.

During the conference, interventions were made by

  • Mr Ján Kuklík, Dean of the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague,
  • Mr John Hemming MP, member of British Parliament,
  • Ms Jitka Chalánková, member of Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic,
  • Ms Marica Pirošíková, Agent of…

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