Catalogue by titles / L'adoption: un défi potentiel pour une Union Européenne en mutation

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ISS/IRC Code COM-ADOPT FRE-063
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Title L'adoption: un défi potentiel pour une Union Européenne en mutation
Author DEMANGE Amélie
Generic unit Collection des mémoires de l'Equipe de droit publi

General information
Date published/issue 00-00-2005
Date received 00-00-0000
Place published FRANCE
Editor
Publisher Université Jean Moulin, Lyon, France
Distributor
Page 136
Price
ISBN 2-9517463-6-9
Type of material Book
Language of document French

Document information
Document description Commentaries
Research
Country concerned FRANCE
GERMANY
HUNGARY
LATVIA
POLAND
UNITED KINGDOM
EUROPE
Index Conv-europe
Adoption-simple
Child-nationality
Origins-info
Adoption-intercountry
Legislation-adoption
Conv-thc
Adoptability-child
Adoption-full
Subsidiarity
Paps-eligibility
Free text This publication is a master's paper in communitarian law. It underlines the diversity of legislations related to adoption in the enlarged European Union (EU). Before this enlargement, EU was nearly entirely composed of receiving countries, but now, countries of origin are also part of it. Moreover, the legislation of the european receiving countries are also very diverse. On the contrary, the european countries of origin have very similar legislations. The book takes the example of three receiving countries (France, Germany, United Kingdom) and three countries of origin (Poland, Hongary, Latvia) to illustrate this. It identifies then the challenges which ensue from these diversities for EU. It concludes that the creation of a communitarian legislative act is necessary to resolve the difficulties of intercountry adoption in EU. This european law should pick up the best of the three models analysed in the book: the communitarian model, the conventional model and the Hague model.

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Degree of interest Of interest
Work area Legal
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