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“Listening Through the Din:
Understanding and circumventing the systemic pressures
that can corrupt the child’s voice”
Mexico - 12-13 October, 2017
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of the Child (Article 7: Freedom of Expression;
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Children's Rights (Article 6 – Decision-making
United Nations Convention on the Rights of
the Child (Article 13)
Hague convention on the civil aspects of
international child abduction (1980)
H v. W. (1995), F.L.C. 92-598 (Full Court
of the Family Court of Australia)
per Baker J. at 81, 967
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