The Hague Conference Permanent Bureau published yesterday Volume XXIII of the Judges’ Newsletter on International Child Protection (Winter 2018-Spring 2019)  with a Special Focus on “The 20th Anniversary of the International Hague Network of Judges (IHNJ)”. Table of Contents:

“Judicial activism – The IHNJ & the Judges’ Newsletter: a 20 year evolution, Sir Mathew Thorpe

Judicial Co-operation in a “Triangle” Martina Erb-Klünemann

10 years working as Member of the International Hague Network of Judge, Graciela Tagle de Ferreyra

Article 13 Exceptions – Return and Best Interests of the Child in the Jurisdiction of England andWales, The Honourable Mr Justice MacDonald

Active Case Management and Court Based Mediation in Child Abduction, Proceedings in England andWales, The Honourable Mr Justice MacDonald

The voice of the child from a continental – Spanish perspective, Francisco Javier Forcada Miranda

What is the Evidential Status of the Child’s Voice? The Honourable Mr Justice MacDonald

Use by German courts ofmediation in child abduction return proceedings, Martina Erb-Klünemann

Lessons from the United States to Make Mediation More Available to Global Families, Melissa Kucinski

Conditions to Return, The Honourable Justice Victoria Bennett AO

Conference of Hague Convention Network Judges – Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the International Hague Network of Judges (Miami, Florida, 24-26 October 2018). Conclusions and Recommendations

News from the Permanent Bureau

Change of Portfolio Responsibility

Ongoing development of a Secure Platform for the IHNJ”

The newsletter may be accessed here

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