Author Archives: Julie Losson
REPORT ON COMPLIANCE WITH THE HAGUE CONVENTION ON THE CIVIL ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION APRIL 2021
The US State Department has just released its latest report on international child abduction: see attached. This report lists 11 countries with which the United States is experiencing major difficulties in implementing the 1980 Hague Convention, including Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egyp
Julie LOSSON’S intervention at the European Chapter of the IAFL in Kiev on 19 and 20 of March
Julie Losson is speaking at the next conference of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL) European Chapter Young Lawyers, together with her colleagues from Malta, Monaco and Italy, on the following issues: Voice of the child – how does your jurisdiction listen to a child’s view T
Note by Alain Cornec in the report of the High Council for Children, Family and Age (HCFEA ) on “PARTICIPATING AND LISTENING to CHILDREN’S VOICES IN THE ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION”.
On pages 35 and 97 of this report, Alain Cornec analyzes the recourse of 16 young people before the UN against five States that are not doing enough to combat global warming. More specifically, he explains: the foundations of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) invoked by t
Julie LOSSON, speaker at the 2016 St Petersburg Legal Forum on International Child Abduction
During this forum, speakers will relate their experience and point of view on the 5th year of application in Russia of the 1980 Hague Convention on International Child Abduction.