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Family and marriage

05.03.2022

Parents whose child has been taken away are entitled to a second chance. ECtHR on the side of the Norwegian family

· In 2015, the Norwegian children's welfare office took away a 2.5-month-old daughter from her parents, accusing them of neglectful care, even though a few weeks earlier it had concluded that the care was "suitable".

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Family and marriage

05.09.2021

A paedophile molesting a Polish child in Norway remains unpunished

The Ordo Iuris Institute is representing a Polish child who fell victim to a paedophile in Norway.

The Norwegian authority for children – Barnevernet – took the child away from his parents solely on the basis of unverified information about alleged domestic violence.

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Family and marriage

11.08.2021

European Court of Human Rights takes account of Ordo Iuris opinions in family matters

• The ECHR issued a further three judgments in which is directly referred to the ‘amicus curiae’ opinions sent by the Institute. 

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Family and marriage

11.03.2021

Real support for victims of violence. New programme by Ordo Iuris.

People experiencing domestic violence do not always receive adequate support from the institutions which have been established for that very purpose.

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Family and marriage

10.03.2021

Norwegian mother of three to remain with her children in Poland. The court decided not to extradite the woman

The Regional Court in Zielona Góra refused to extradite the Norwegian woman who fled to Poland with her three children, having suffered violence at the hands of the children’s father. This was the second attempt by the Kingdom of Norway to bring the mother back to the country. Norwegian authorities had sent a European Arrest Warrant for her, but later withdrew it.

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Family and marriage

24.03.2020

Further violations of parents' rights in Norway. The Strasbourg Court issued its ruling

The European Court of Human Rights has once again ruled that Norway has violated parents' rights. The cases concern two families broken up by the child protection office - Barnevernet, on the basis of false accusations of mental problems of the parents.

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