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Report "Children's Rights Pitted Against Children? The Legal Framework and Practice of Barnevernet Functioning in the Perspective of International Legal Standards "

Published: 24.01.2020

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There are numerous violations of children's rights in Norway. The Ordo Iuris Institute has prepared a report on the unjustified interference of the Child Affairs Authority (Barnevernet) in family life. The publication was presented in Oslo.

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