The University of Strasbourg and Jardin des Sciences, in the perspective of the International Conference on Shared Parenting, organize a cycle of lectures entitled "Sacrée Famille" that we could translate as “What a strange family!”.
On Thursday 22 November, Professor Adeline Gouttenoire, one of the conference's speakers, will propose to reflect on the rights of the Child from the XXI century.30 years after the adoption by the United Nations of the international Convention on the Rights of the Child, the recognition of these rights in France is acquired for most of them. However, certain rights of the child are not respected in France and there is a need to question the ways of remedying this shortcoming in our law.
The entrance is free. The lecture in French without simultaneous translation.
More information on:http://jardin-sciences.unistra.fr/conferences/
A workshop about Nordic Strategies and Challenges on Gender Equality and Shared Parenting will be hosted by the Nordic
Children and Father Associations on Saturday 24th from 9-12.
In the workshop an overview of the shared parenting situation in the Nordic countries will be presented and key learning from the ICSP Strasbourg 2018 conference will be discussed in more detail.
The new family reform being introduced in Denmark on April 1st 2019 with double residence and a new family court will be presented. Discussions will be on human rights, public information for both parents, paternity leave and true gender equality in international family law and practices. We are living with single parenting laws in a shared parenting world.
The entrance is free. For participation email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The ICSP conference Strasbourg 2018 is organized solely from the own funds of the International Council on Shared Parenting. This conference is important to support the rights of the child and all children. You can support the success of the Conference with a donation by clicking here. The donation will be used to promote the Conference, support for the travel costs of a person coming from an emerging country (Africa, Middle East, etc.), simultaneous translation costs and for the ICSP work.