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dc.contributor.authorLAZZERINI, Nicole
dc.contributor.authorFAVI, Alessandra
dc.contributor.authorVITIELLO, Daniela
dc.identifier.citationSan Domenico di Fiesole : European University Institute, 2021
dc.description.abstractThis Training Handbook focuses on two (macro-)sets of situations in which the relevance of EU law is triggered by the circumstance that children or their parents are (or have been) on the move. Attention is paid in particular to the contribution of EU law (1) in cases concerning family reunification or family unity, and (2) in the context of migration and asylum law. The Handbook begins with a preliminary assessment of the provisions in the EUCFR potentially relevant in child-related cases. The scope and content of EU primary and secondary law concerning the fields chosen are then reconstructed. Then, the relevant case law of the European Court of Justice and of the Member States in the project is collected, classified and examined, also in terms of its interrelation with ECtHR jurisprudence.en
dc.publisherEuropean University Instituteen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesCentre for Judicial Cooperationen
dc.subjectBest interest of the childen
dc.subjectChildren protectionen
dc.subjectFundamental rightsen
dc.subjectJudicial interactionen
dc.subjectJudicial dialogueen
dc.titleThe best interest of the child in the context of transnational movements : handbook on techniques of judicial interaction in the application of the EU charteren
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