Child Adoption Infringements within the European Union
The reason for choosing the topic of infringements in the field of child adoption in the European Union stems from our conviction that its legal implications are far from being exhausted and also from the hope that we will be able to contribute to the understanding of this complex legal institution.
We have attempted to explain both the elements of legislative continuity and those of discontinuity in the process of adoption regulation.
The research methodology also involved deepening community and domestic legislation on the process of adoption.
The general conclusion that emerges from the research we have undertaken is that both European Union legislation, that of the Council of Europe and domestic legislation on adoption, reflect the importance of family relationships for the child.
Directive 2011/93 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 2011 on combating the sexual abuse of children, the sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, OJ L 335/1, 2011.
UN, Committee on the Rights of the Child (2011), General Comment no. 13, CRC / C / GC / 13, 18 April 2011.
Directive 2011/93 / EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 2011 on combating the sexual abuse of children, the sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, OJ L 335/1, 2011;
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