Child’s Best Interest, Legal Instruments & Separation | Study by Nuala MOLE, Ph.D. & Blandine MALLEVAEY, HDR

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Nuala MOLE, Ph.D. – A lawyer and founder of the AIRE Centre (Advice on Individual Rights in Europe Centre) and has worked for more than 25 years in the field of human rights. Initially specialising in immigration and asylum, she has broadened her work to include all aspects of international human rights law.  Nuala has conducted training for the Council of Europe, the European Commission and the AIRE Centre for judges, public officials, lawyers and NGOs in 40 of the 46 member states of the Council of Europe on a wide range of topics including immigration, prisoners’ rights, children’s rights and family law. 

Blandine MALLEVAEY, HDR – Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Lille, specialised in civil and criminal law of the family and the child. She is a member of the Research Centre on the relationship between risk and law. Since 2016, she has been the holder of the Research Chair on Children’s Rights and Best Interests, which became the Chair on Children and Families in 2019. Her work focuses on parental authority and on the child in the face of civil and criminal justice.

Lët’z Make Equal Shared Parenting – ”Résidence Alternée” THE DEFAULT LAW in Luxembourg.

Council of Europe Resolution – CE Resolution 2079/15.

Courage, Strength & Love.

For Jeremi & Oliwier and All the Children finding courage, strength and love when dealing with separation and divorce of their parents.


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