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The University of Genoa, together with the Universities of Antwerp and Ghent, Missing Children Europe, Child Focus, Centrum IKO and MIKK has launched a research study, co-financed by the European Commission, for the promotion of  child-friendly justice and the enhancement of the well-being of children in international child abductions cases – VOICE.

On 14 March (10.00 – 18.30) and 15 March (9.30 – 13.00) 2019, the VOICE team is organising an interactive seminar to report on some of the research results and provide a discussion among academics and practitioners.

The seminar will focus on the existing legal framework concerning international child abduction and on the hearing of the child from a practical and interdisciplinary point of view. The aim is to provide the tools necessary to evaluate and pursue the best interests of the child.

The programme is available here.

Registration is required at the following link: Registration training VOICE

The event includes a contribution of 25 euros, which can be paid locally or by bank transfer to the organizing body, as follows:

Bank:                    ING Belgium, Avenue Marnix, 24, 1000 Brussels – Belgium

Recipient:           Missing Children Europe

IBAN:                    BE43 310 165 832 401
BIC:                       BBRUBEBB

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