On 28 June 2023, the Hungarian awareness raising seminar took place at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. The Seminar put together 15 experts from ministries, child protection authorities, NGOs and, among others, discussed several issues in the framework of the FAMIMOVE project. Bringing in their experience as lawyers being active as children’s rights’ representatives, child protection guardians and migration experts, participants could deal with the practical points of the connections of child protection, migration law and international private law. The discussion was very lively, and all the participants were actively engaging with each other’s.

Both theoretical and practical issues emerged, and the focal point was the guardianship of children, primarily arriving from the Ukraine. The sharp differences between the situation of unaccompanied children from Ukraine and those from the southern border of Hungary have also been recognized and discussed. Legal and everyday experiences concerning unaccompanied children and their families have been exchanged and all experts expressed their wish to further participate in the FAMIMOVE project.

The awareness raising seminars have the objective to raise awareness of the challenges in the field of international family law and migration & asylum law, to support and encourage stakeholders to further participate in the project activities and to collect feedback and best practices regarding the problems that such stakeholders are confronted with.

For more information, see the Section “About the Project” of FAMIMOVE website.

This blog has been authored by members of the Eötvös Loránd University of the FAMIMOVE Project

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