SEEKING SAFETY ACROSS BORDERS: How do I Represent Domestic Violence Victims as Respondents in International Child Abduction Cases? To request CLE credit please return a completed copy of the Affirmation and Evaluation forms to the email provided.
Seeking Safety in America: The Nuts and Bolts of Representing Domestic Violence Victims as Respondents in International Child Abduction Cases 2015. Hosted by the Practising Law Institute.
- Comprehensive Bibliography
- Bibliography Archive
- National and International Perspectives on the Hague Convention
Information on Signatories
On-Demand Continuing Education Videos Available
The HagueDV Project offered a live, global webcast on Human Rights Day 2010. Actors from the world renown Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis performed staged readings of battered mothers' stories as told to us in our recently completed NIJ-funded study on Hague Convention cases. These readings were interspersed with commentary by leading scholars in law and social science about how Hague hearings should consider domestic violence. The event was FREE anywhere in the world online thanks to our partnership with West LegalEdcenter and the Guthrie Theatre and with generous support from the law firm of Robins, Kaplan, Miller and Ciresi, LLP and Greater Twin Cities United Way. Over 1,200 people attended. The video broadcast along with another two-hour "Nuts 'N Bolts" session on representing battered mothers who are respondents in Hague cases are now available through the HagueDV Project. Please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in viewing these videos.
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