Romania: our voices are heard and protected: IJCC briefing

Laura Albu

Research output: Working paper


• Children should be given an opportunity to express their views and wishes on decisions that affect their lives.
• The provision of victim protection and assistance services must take due account of the rights and needs of child witnesses of all forms of domestic or gender-based violence.
• In determining the custody and visitation rights of children, incidents of violence covered by the Istanbul Convention, ratified by Romania, will be taken into account.
• The exercise of any right of access or custody must not endanger the rights and safety of victims or children.
• A child victim or child witness of violence against women and domestic violence should be offered special protective measures, taking into account the best interests of the child.
Translated title of the contributionRomania: our voices are heard and protected: IJCC briefing
Original languageOther
Place of PublicationEdinburgh
PublisherChildhood and Youth Studies Research Group (CYSRG)
Publication statusPublished - 17 Dec 2020
Externally publishedYes

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