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Title: 2nd meeting of WG 2 Resolution of cross-border family conflicts
Activity:Working group meetings
Start Date:15/12/2008
End Date:16/12/2008

The 2nd meeting of the Working Group 2 "Resolution of cross-border family conflicts" took place in Slovenia on 15-16 December 2008.

During this second meeting devoted to the “Alternative dispute resolution in cross-border family conflicts. International comparative analysis on this topic regarding the quality of mediation schemes”, we were able to share the international experts’ opinion and the participants’ approach on this topic from their own perspective and respective competences. Through an in-depth and detailed discussion, we could get a picture of the current situation related to the topics under discussion, among others the practical and specific problems related to the culture of mediation, the institutions supporting mediation, the legal framework for mediation in the MEDA countries, etc. In this way, we could identify the priorities and needs to be addressed through training activities and study visits. We could also define how to better focus the seminars on this component and what are the major issues and the elements to be taken into account in order to reach the objectives of this project. We also discussed the expected results related to this topic as well as the dates and venues of the activities. In addition, some recommendations on this topic were adopted and we started a debate on the final document to be delivered by the working group: the text of the Conclusions. 

The recommendations formulated during the 4 meetings of this Working Group will be presented during the regional Conference that will take place at the end of the Working Groups meetings in 2009.

 

 

Related Documents
Agenda of the 2nd meeting of the Working Group on Resolution of cross-border family conflicts
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COE 1998. Council of Europe. Committee of Ministers. Recommendation No. r (98)1 of the committee of ministers to member states on family mediation.
| 2009-01-28 12:59:05 | Download
EU 2006. COM 367 final. Communication from the Commission “Towards an EU strategy on the rights of the child.”
| 2009-01-28 01:32:55 | Download
EU 2008. Directive 2008/52/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 May 2008 on certain aspects of mediation in civil and commercial matters.
| 2009-01-28 01:36:42 | Download
HCCH 2008. Feasibility study on cross-border mediation in family matters – responses to the questionnaire.
| 2009-01-28 01:58:14 | Download
EU 2002. COM 196 final. Green Paper on alternative dispute resolution in civil and commercial law.
| 2009-01-28 02:03:02 | Download
HCCH 1980. Note on the development of mediation, conciliation and similar means to facilitate agreed solutions in transfrontier family disputes concerning children, especially in the context of the Hague convention of 1980.
| 2009-01-28 02:09:39 | Download
COE 1998. Explanatory memorandum to Recommendation No. R (98) 1 of the Committee of Ministers to member states on family mediation.
| 2009-01-28 02:16:00 | Download
Full list of Working group meetings
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.1 (22/09/2008 - 23/09/2008)
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.2 (24/11/2008 - 25/11/2008)
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.3 (25/05/2009 - 26/05/2009)
Access to justice and legal aid / 1.4 (22/06/2009 - 23/06/2009)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.1 (23/10/2008 - 24/10/2008)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.2 (15/12/2008 - 16/12/2008)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.3 (28/05/2009 - 29/05/2009)
Resolution of cross-border family conflicts / 2.4 (06/07/2009 - 07/07/2009)
Criminal and prison law / 3.1 (13/10/2008 - 14/10/2008)
Criminal and prison law / 3.2 (11/05/2009 - 12/05/2009)
Criminal and prison law / 3.3 (09/06/2009 - 10/06/2009)
Criminal and prison law / 3.4 (13/07/2009 - 14/07/2009)

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