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Being convinced of the need for a revised Council of Europe international instrument on adoption of children providing an effective complement in particular to. .

Being convinced of the need for a revised Council of Europe international instrument on adoption of children providing an effective complement in particular to the 1993 Hague Convention; Recognising that the best interests of the child shall be of paramount consideration, CETS 202 – Adoption of Children (Revised Convention), 2. I. 2008 . Have agreed as follows: Part I – Scope of the Convention and application of its principles. Article 1 – Scope of the Convention.

The Convention was opened to signature by member States of the Council of Europe on 24 April 1967

The Convention was opened to signature by member States of the Council of Europe on 24 April 1967. It entered into force on 26 April 1968 and today has been ratified by 18 States and signed by 3. 3. However, due to the social and legal changes which have occurred in Europe since the late 1960s, many member States of the Council of Europe revised their laws on adoption with the consequence that certain provisions of the Convention became outdated over the years.

Council of Europe Treaty Series. The new provisions introduced by the Convention are the following: – The father’s consent is required in all cases, even when the child was born out of wedlock. The child’s consent is necessary if the child has sufficient understanding to give it.

CETS 202 (web version 1, below). Depository: Council of Europe (CE).

Place concluded: Strasbourg. Published in: CETS 202 (web version 1, below). Authentic text: English. Use this form to expand abbreviations for treaty sources.

Keywords: European Convention on adoption, children, best interes of.

Keywords: European Convention on adoption, children, best interes of the child. The social and legal changes that have hap- which was approved by the Council of Ministers in. pened in Europe in the last decades, brought the need for many member states of the EU to come up with continuous changes in the national law of adoption. The first proposals for the update of the 1967 Convention were given in the First European Conference on Family Law held in Vienna in 1977. European Council to create a group of experts to revise and update the 1967 Convention

The Explanatory Report following the Convention is reproduced from Council of Europe Document DIR/JUR . 3 Germany, Belgium and Poland abstained when the Committee of Ministers took the vote on the adoption of the Convention.

The Explanatory Report following the Convention is reproduced from Council of Europe Document DIR/JUR (97) 1, January, 1997. See Recent Actions Regarding Treaties to which the United States is Not a Party, 36 . 1051 (1997), for a current list of countries that have signed the Convention. Germany, Belgium and Ireland abstained when the Committee of Ministers took the vote on the authorisation of publication of the explanatory report.

by Council of Europe. New provisions are introduced by the Convention. The father's consent is required in all cases, even when the child was born out of wedlock.

The Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse is a multilateral Council of Europe treaty whereby states agree to criminalise certain forms of sexual abuse against children. It is the first international treaty that addresses child sexual abuse that occurs within the home or family.

Council of Europe Treaty Series - No. 201 Explanatory Report to the . 201 Explanatory Report to the Council of Europe Convention on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse Lanzarote, 2. 2007 I. Introduction. In May 2005 the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (CETS 197) was adopted. Also, it calls for improved international cooperation and the adoption and implementation of extra-territorial jurisdiction, without the requirement for dual criminality.

European Convention on the Adoption of Children (revised) (CETS No. 202; 2008/2011); Council of Europe Convention on the. Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (Lanzarote Convention) (CETS No. 201: 2007/2010). For a list of all binding and non-binding Council of Europe standards protecting children’s rights, see ww. oe. Out of the 32 Council of Europe member States moni-tored in a UNICEF report, child poverty increased in 20 countries and decreased in only 1. 3 According to Eurostat, children are the age group at the highest risk of poverty or social exclusion.

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