Discover which countries are part of the 1980 Hague Child Abduction Convention, and where you can find the organisations which look after the Convention (the Central Authorities) in those countries
The International Social Service (ISS) is an international NGO that assists children and families confronted with complex social problems as a result of migration
Reunite International Child Abduction Centre is the leading UK charity specialising in the movement of children across international borders
Supporting families who have moved abroad and cannot return home with their children. GlobalARRK is the only charity specialising in what are known as ‘stuck parents’
CALA’s aim is to improve and maintain high standards of legal service and practice in matters involving child abduction
IAFL is a worldwide association of practising lawyers who are recognised by their peers as the most experienced and skilled family law specialists in their respective countries.
MiKK’s mission is to contribute to growing an international movement to support and help advance the resolution of cross-border family conflicts
It provides advice on (the prevention of) international child abduction, international contact, international relocation and travelling with minors
UNICEF, also known as the United Nations Children’s Fund, is a United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide.
Their core value is to tackle child abduction and promote a full and healthy childhood that should not create a climate of fear.
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