The Best Interests of the Child

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Sottotitolo: More than ‘a Right, a Principle, a rule of Procedure’ of International Law
Autore: Vincenzo Lorubbio
Collana: Studi e Documenti di Diritto Internazionale ed Europeo
Numero: 84
Anno: 2022
Pagine: 274
Lingua: Inglese


ISBN: 979-12-5976-513-0 COD: 979-12-5976-513-0 Categorie: , Tag:


“This timely and well-researched monograph on the concept of the best interests of the child, which underlines the rights and well-being of children, offers a valuable comparison between the jurisprudence of two of the three regional human rights systems, as well as the European Union and a range of sources from the United Nations. Lorubbio’s goal is, through the clinical analysis of the dicta on the best interests of the child from all these institutions, to arrive at the core meaning which has emerged […]. This monograph has the advantage of elegant writing. In a witty and fresh approach, which the author describes as ‘towards a (non) definition of concept’ of best interests, Lorubbio seeks to identify the core content of the definition of this diamond international legal concept […]. Whether there is consensus by all readers as to the extent of the shared core to the lesser or the greater, it is clear that the evidence and analysis which Lorubbio has brought together in this valuable text will prove of great benefit to national and international fora considering the application of the best interests of the child. His common good approach and his warning about fragmentation should not be ignored.”

Vincenzo Lorubbio is Assistant Professor of International Law at the University of Salento (Lecce, Italy), where he teaches Human Rights Law and International Law of Vulnerabilities. He holds a PhD in Human Rights from the University of Palermo. Author of several refereed papers and book chapters on various topics of International Law, his research focuses chiefly on the rights of vulnerable persons (i.e., children, persons with disabilities, persons deprived of their liberty, migrants) and on the relationship between human rights and nature.

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