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The Implementation and Operation of the 1993 Hague Intercountry Adoption Convention: Guide to Good Practice - Guide No. 1

ISBN13: 9781846611445
Published: September 2008
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback, A4
Price: £44.00

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This work constitutes the official Hague Conference Guide to Good Practice in dealing with intercountry adoption matters under the 1993 Hague Convention.

Part I - The Framework of the Convention

  • Principles and structures needed for the implementation of the Convention
Part II - The Framework for Protection of Children (the national and international framework) implementation of procedural aspects of intercountry adoption
  • Legal issues and post-adoption services
Part III - Annexes in a separate volume

By reviewing first the broader framework of Convention principles and structures, followed by a review of the framework for protection of children through good practices and procedures to apply in individual cases, the Guide aims to provide the overview necessary to assist all those responsible for the policy and practice of implementing the Convention, whether at the international, national or local level.

Family Law