Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies 2023/1

  • Agnes Lux, Refia Kaya: Editorial: Challanges of children’s rights (1)
  • Gábor Kecskés, Ágnes Lux: There is no plan(et) B – environmental “crossroads’ of children’s rights” (4)
  • Márk Pap: The right to respect for private and family life of children born through international surrogacy in the case law of the European court of human rights (32)
  • Patrizia Rinaldi: The winding access to legal status for unaccompanied migrant minors in Spain (48)
  • Orsolya Szeibert: The voice of the child and the implementation of the child’s right to be heard in parental responsibility matters and cases (71)
  • Anwuli Irene Ofuani-Sokolo, Hadiza Omoyemhe Okunrobo: An examination of the Child’s Right to survival and development in Nigeria – The Boko Haram Insurgency in context (88)
  • Giorgia Brucato: Children after war: From moral development claims to welfare and agency rights (115)


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