El derecho del menor extranjero a ser escuchado y su interés superior en los procedimientos de repatriación | The Right of foreign child to be heard and the best interests of the child in the return process
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El derecho del menor extranjero a ser escuchado y su interés superior en los procedimientos de repatriación | The Right of foreign child to be heard and the best interests of the child in the return process

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Arce Jiménez, Elena
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2019

Este documento está disponible también en : http://hdl.handle.net/10550/68768
Abstract: The current challenges that migrant children face to have their right to be heard fulfilled and respected, put in evidence the general deficiencies of our legal system ensuring  the effective enjoyment of children rights, irrespective if the children in question are migrant or not. At the outset, article12 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and its content is analysed, including the essential requirements for an effective implementation and enjoyment of the right to be heard and its linkages with the best interest of the child as the primary consideration. An analysis of the Spanish regulations under the return procedures for unaccompanied foreignchildren is also provided in light of the respect of the best interests of the child and their right to be heard.

    Arce Jiménez, Elena. El derecho del menor extranjero a ser escuchado y su interés superior en los procedimientos de repatriación | The Right of foreign child to be heard and the best interests of the child in the return process. En: Cuadernos electrónicos de filosofía del derecho, 38 2019: 1-

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