Pluralism and Diversity of Family Relations in Europe
CEFL experts and other legal scholars will deliver presentations to subjects like family law, sociology, migration or woman's fundamental rights as well as the developing concept of parentage and the role of childs in families.
The conference aims to enhance the exchange of ideas and arguments on comparative and international family law in Europe. It is open to academics as well as practitioners. The conference provides selected young researchers the opportunity to present their research in parallel working groups.
The sixth CEFL conference centres on four themes involving the new Principles of European Family Law regarding de facto unions. Family migration and private international law, the revision of the Brussels II bis Regulation and women’s fundamental rights will each be addressed by two speakers in plenary sessions.