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Speakers at the ICSP conference 2018

Plenary Speakers



Prof. Adeline Gouttenoire

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Professor of Law at University of Bordeaux, France

Elle dirrige également l’Institut Des Mineurs de Bordeaux et elle est Présidente de l’Observatoire départemental de la protection de l’enfance de la Gironde sur délégation du Président du Conseil départemental.
Enfin, elle est Membre du Haut Conseil de la Famille, de l’Enfance et de l’Age, en tant que personnalité qualifiée.

Adeline Gouttenoire est l’auteure de nombreuse publications scientifiques :
Ouvrages
- Droit des mineurs, Précis Dalloz, en collaboration avec P. Bonfils, 2è édition 2014
- Droit de la famille, Editions Dalloz Sirey (reprise du Manuel de Patrick Courbe) 2ème édition refondue en 2017
Rapports (direction)
- 40 propositions pour adapter la protection de l’enfance et l’adoption aux réalités d’aujourd’hui, remis à Madame la Ministre déléguée chargée de la famille en février 2014
- Les plans parentaux extra-judiciaires, remis à la Défenseure des enfants en février 2016
Participation à des ouvrages collectifs
- Les grands arrêts de la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme, F. Sudre, J.-P. Marguénaux, J. Andriantsimbazovina, A. Gouttenoire, M. Levinet ) PUF coll. Les grandes décisions de jurisprudence 8 éditions (2017)


PhD Chantal Clot-Grangeat

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PhD in psychology and a psychotherapist psychologist
Vice-president of the International Council on Shared Parenting (ICSP/CIRA) of which she is a founding member

Chantal Clot-Grangeat shares her activity between individual and family consultations, interventions with professional teams and conferences. She taught Child and Family Clinic as an associate professor at the University of Savoy. She worked for twenty years with disabled children, teenagers and young adults.

Chantal Clot-Grangeat and Michel Grangeat edit a weekly blog about current events and research on shared-parenting in France and beyond: http://summit4u.org/.Question
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ScM Christine L. Simon

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Christine L. Simon, ScM, Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she also received a Master of Science in social epidemiology.

Her research focuses on men’s health, fatherhood and father involvement during childhood and adolescence. Her dissertation research examined the effects of fathers’ residency on children’s physical health and social development. She has published several articles on fatherhood in peer-reviewed journals and co-wrote a book chapter on adolescent fatherhood with Dr. Derrick Gordon.
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PhD Derrick Gordon

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Associate Professor of Psychiatry (Psychology Section) at Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA,
Director of the Program on Male Development in the Division of Prevention and Community Research of the Department of Psychiatry,
Core scientist in the Community Research Core of the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA)

Dr. Gordon has considerable experience in intervention and prevention development having served as an investigator on several federal, NIH, and state funded projects and studies focused on those factors that either support or undermine men transitioning from prison back to the community; the engagement of low-income, non-custodial fathers; the identification and service of adolescent fathers committed to child protection services; and men mandated to batterer intervention groups in the community.
He is currently a co-investigator and a minority supplement recipient on an NIH funded project that examines the STI risk of heterosexual young men to their pregnant female partners. As part of his supplement, Dr. Gordon is interested in understanding how the young men use preventive health care services and the factors that either facilitate or inhibit their access.
Dr. Gordon’s work with men has and continues to focus on increasing the health of men and their positive involvement in family and community life. In his mentorship role, pre- and post doctoral fellows get to explore with Dr. Gordon how issues like adolescent fatherhood, low income fatherhood status, transitioning from prison to the community, and men’s access and use of health care services impact their efforts to be healthy community members.
Overall Dr. Gordon in his research seeks to identify those factors that enhance the access and use of preventive and indicated health care services by men on the “fringes”.


Prof. Edward Kruk

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Ph.D Social Policy and Social Work, Associate Professor of Social Work, the University of British Columbia (UBC), Canada

Edward Kruk is a professor of Social Work at the University of British Columbia, specializing in child and family policy, who also practices as a family therapist and mediator in Vancouver. His research projects have focused on parenting after divorce, family mediation, and parental alienation. He is author of several books: “Divorce and Disengagement: Patterns of Fatherhood Within and Beyond Marriage,” “Mediation and Conflict Resolution in Social Work and the Human Services,” “Divorced Fathers: Children’s Needs and Parental Responsibilities,” and “The Equal Parent Presumption” (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2013). He has published widely in a variety of academic and professional journals, and writes a monthly blog on co-parenting for Psychology Today. He is the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and is the current president of the International Council on Shared Parenting (ICSP).
He has published extensively, and his latest book is, “The Equal Parent Presumption: Social Justice in the Legal Determination of Parenting After Divorce” (McGill-Queen’s University Press).


Prof. Gerardo Meil

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Professor in Sociology at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Master Degree in Economics and in Political Science, and Doctorate in Sociology at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid in 1987. President of the European Society on Family Relations and member of several scientific societies. His research and publications focus on Family Sociology, Balancing Work and Family lives, Gender Violence, geographical Mobility and Social Policy. He has implemented many research projects on these topics funded by public and private institutions at regional, national and European level. The current research project which he coordinates, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, focuses on the use of parental leave in Spain.


Jean Zermatten

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President of UN Committee for Children’s Rights from 2011 to 2013 and Vice-President from 2007 to 2011.

- Président et Doyen du Tribunal des mineurs du canton du Valais (Suisse) de 1980 à 2005
- Fondateur et Directeur de l’Institut international des Droits de l’Enfant (IDE) à Sion/Suisse de 1995 à 2014;
- Membre du Comité de l’ONU des droits de l’enfant (2005-2013); Vice-Président de 2007 à 2011 et Président 2011-2013
- Intervenants dans plusieurs Instituts universitaires et hautes écoles
- Dr honoris causa.de l’Université de Fribourg (2007) et de l’Université de Genève (2014).

Jean ZERMATTEN est mandaté par la Confédération suisse pour préparer un projet de la 1ère Loi unifiée pour la Procédure pénale des Mineurs (OFJ). Mandaté par les cantons de Suisse latine afin de rédiger un concordat intercantonal sur la mise en application des mesures pour jeunes délinquants. Et a collaboré activement à la création du 1er réseau suisse des droits de l’enfant rassemblant plus de 50 ONGs suisses.

Il a présidé la Société suisse de droit pénal des mineurs et l’Association internationale de la Jeunesse et de la Famille (AIMJF) et est membre de nombreuses associations et fondations actives en faveur des enfants, au niveau cantonal, national et international.

Activités dans le domaine de la formation:

- Lancement du Master en droits de l’enfant, international et interdisciplinaire pour professionnels (Master of Advanced studies) avec IUKB et Université de Fribourg en 2003. Présidence du Conseil scientifique
- Lancement du Diplôme en protection de l’enfant avec IUKB en 2005 ; responsable scientifique.
- Lancement du Diplôme en expertises psycho-judiciaires pour enfants et adolescents avec IUKB en 2006 ; Présidence du Conseil scientifique.
- Lancement du master « Bologne » en droits de l’enfant avec IUKB et Université de Fribourg en septembre 2008 (MIDE).
- Lancement du Certificat « la Parole de l’enfant en Justice », avec IUKB, pour juges, avocats et policiers, en juin 2009 et el la formation (CAS) en droits de l’enfant et violence en classe pour enseignants (2012), avec IUKB et la FED.
- Conduite d’un vaste projet de recherche sur l’Evolution du statut de l’enfant de 1815 à 2015 en Valais (2014 - 2016) avec IDE, UNIGE, SHVR, HES-VS et HEP-VS.
- Lancement du CAS en Justice Juvénile totalement à distance, pour des professionnels de l’Amérique latine (2017), avec UNIGE, IDE et Terre des Hommes.
- Auteur de nombreuses publications en droit de l’enfant et en Justice juvénile.
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Prof. José Manuel De Torres Perea

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Associate Professor at the School of Law of the University of Malaga (UMA), Spain, Department of Civil Law, Ecclesiastical Law and Roman Law

His current position is:
-Professor at the University of Málaga, Spain. (UMA)
- Professor at the Universidad Internacional de Andalucía (UNIA), Spain
- Director of the current Diploma of Advance Studies on Family Law. (Curso de experto en Derecho de familia) at the Universidad Internacional de Andalucia, Spain. (UNIA)
- Director of the current Master of Family Law (Master Universitario de Derecho de familia) at the Universidad Internacional de Andalucía, España (UNIA)

He was Visiting Scholar/Lecturer in diverse Institutions. In 2015, he spent 4 months at the School of Law at Pennsylvania University, Philadelphia, USA, for studying “Discrimination in the private sphere”.
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Interés del menor y Derecho de familia. Una perspectiva multidisciplinar. Editorial Iustel. Madrid (Spain). (ISBN: 84-8442-725-0). pp.335

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“Damage claims between family members in Spanish case law”. Nombre de la revista: Giustizia Civile. Rivista Giuridica Trimestrale, 2014, 3, Páginas: 901-915.


Prof. Dr. Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos

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Judge of the European Court of Human Rights since 18 May 2011, President of Section since 1 February 2017, and Vice-President of the Court since 1 May 2017

Judge Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos is also
- Member since 2000, then Vice-Chairman of the Greek National Commission for Human Rights, (2006-2011)
- Member of the European Union Network of independent experts in the field of fundamental rights (2002-2006)
- Member of the Management Board since 2007 and member of the Executive Board of the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union (2009-2011)
- Member of the Curatorium of the Hague Academy of International Law, since 2010
- Member of the Administrative Board of the European Society of International Law
- Member of the Scientific Board of the Revue trimestrielle des droits de l’homme and of the European Journal of International Law.

Judge Linos-Alexandre Sicilianos is Doctor of Law (University Robert Schuman of Strasbourg, 1990), Lawyer before the Supreme Civil and Criminal Court and the Supreme Administrative Court (on leave), and Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Athens.


Prof. Dr. Livia Sz. Oláh

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Associate Professor of Demography (Ph.D., 2001, Stockholm University) at the Dept. of Sociology, Stockholm University with expertise also in law and political science, comparative welfare state research and gender studies.

Her main research interests are: family demography in comparative perspective, policy impacts on fertility and partnership dynamics, and the interplay of family patterns and societal and familial gender relations in European societies.

She is the Project coordinator of the quite recently completed FamiliesAndSocieties (“Changing Families and Sustainable Societies: Policy contexts and diversity over the life course and across generations”) large-scale collaborative project in the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (2013 – 2017).

Oláh is also the Principal Investigator of the Swedish part of the international comparative project “Explaining very low fertility in postindustrial societies”.

She has been the initiator and coordinator of the research network Gendering European Family Dynamics; a member of the Network of Excellence RECWOWE (Reconciling Work and Welfare in Europe; FP6, 2006-2011), academic observer for Sweden in the European Alliance for Families (2009-2012), a member of the Editorial Board of Cogent Social Sciences, Cogent OA, Taylor & Francis Group, UK (2016-), the Social Science Review web-based journal of CSS, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (2014-), the Open Urban Studies and Demography Journal, Bentham Open (2015-), and the editorial advisory board of The Open Demography Journal, Bentham Science Publishers, USA (2008-2014), as well as of reference groups for Swedish government reports on family issues.


Prof. em. Lluís Flaquer

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Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and an independent researcher and policy expert on family policy and employment.

His main research lines include family policy, family change, post-divorce families, shared residence, child poverty and child well-being.

He took a degree in Political Science at the University of Paris Institut d’Études Politiques (1969), in the period 1974-78 he undertook postgraduate studies in sociology and anthropology at the universities of Lancaster and East Anglia (United Kingdom) and then graduated in Law from the University of Barcelona and obtained his PhD in Law from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

He has been a visiting researcher in various European and American universities: École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris (France, 1986), Mannheim University’s Zentrum für Europäischer Sozialforschung (Germany, 1996), University of Bath’s Department of Social and Policy Sciences (United Kingdom, 1999), University of Hamburg’s Institute of Sociology (Germany, 2007) and University of Stanford’s Center on Poverty and Inequality (USA, 2008).

He has coordinated a European network on “The well-being of children: The impact of changing family forms, parents’ working conditions, social policy and legislative measures” (WELLCHI NETWORK), financed under the 6th Framework Programme of the European Union, in which eleven universities and research centres from nine countries have participated (2004-2007) and has recently been engaged in a 7th Framework Programme collaborative research project on the “Impact of local welfare systems on female labour force participation and social cohesion” (FLOWS) (2011-2014).

He is a member of the editorial advisory board of Families, Relationships and Societies and an external H2020 expert of research activities registered with the European Commission.
He has coedited (with B. Pfau-Effinger and P. Jensen) a volume on Formal and Informal Work: The Hidden Work Regime in Europe. New York and London: Routledge, 2009.


Prof. Malin Bergström

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Researcher, Centre for Health Equity Studies (CHESS), Stockholm University, Sweden

Malin Bergström is a child psychologist and researcher with a special interest in children in shared parenting. She has written several books about developmental psychology, attachment and parenting and combines clinical work and research.
She published recently:
Bergström, M. , Fransson, E. , Fabian, H. , Hjern, A. , Sarkadi, A. and Salari, R. (2018), Preschool children living in joint physical custody arrangements show less psychological symptoms than those living mostly or only with one parent. Acta Paediatr, 107: 294-300. doi:10.1111 10/apa.14004

Bergström, M., Fransson, E., Hjern, A., Köhler, L., & Wallby, T. (2014). Mental health in Swedish children living in joint physical custody and their parents’ life satisfaction: A cross-sectional study. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 55(5), 433–439. http://doi.org/10.1111Question 10/sjop.12148


Marie-France Carlier

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Judge at Namur Family Court (division of Namur and Dinant), Belgium

Marie-France CARLIER ne se destinait pas à la magistrature. Elle rêvait de devenir diplomate, s’est dirigée vers la fiscalité avant d’arriver au hasard de la vie au barreau de Namur en octobre 1991. Elle a travaillé huit années comme avocate puis a réussi le concours de stagiaire judicaire.

C’est le 12 février 2003, que Marie-France CARLIER est nommée juge au Tribunal de Première Instance de Dinant et c’est en octobre 2007, qu’elle devient juge de la jeunesse au sein de ce même Tribunal.

Passionnée par cette nouvelle fonction, elle se rend très rapidement compte de l’absence de réponses rapides et efficaces du système judiciaire dans le cadre des séparations parentales. Suite à une formation sur le modèle de Cochem, elle prend l’initiative de proposer à son collègue et au barreau de Dinant de se lancer dans un beau défi : adapter le modèle de Cochem à Dinant, ce qui sera officialisé le 1er avril 2012. Très vite, les réactions des professionnels sont positives et encourageantes. Les conseils des parents les amènent à trouver des solutions amiables et la médiation leur permet de restaurer un dialogue serein entre eux. Le changement d’état d’esprit se répand progressivement au-delà des frontières de l’arrondissement judiciaire de Dinant.

Marie-France Carlier est également une des fondatrices de la Commission Interdisciplinaire Famille-Jeunesse qui se réunit mensuellement pour créer des ponts entre les intervenants qui gravitent autour des familles et pour tenter d’améliorer sans cesse le modèle de Consensus grâce aux suggestions relayées par le barreau ou par les autres membres de la Commission. A l’initiative de cette Commission, plusieurs colloques, conférences et formations ont été organisés à Dinant aux fins de diffuser cette pratique innovante.

Elle a aussi participé en tant qu’intervenante à une formation à Montréal visant à faire connaître le modèle de Consensus parental de Dinant aux juges, avocats et intervenants psycho-sociaux du Québec qui se sont montrés fort intéressés. Elle est également membre de Gemme Europe et a déjà participé en tant qu’intervenante à des colloques sur la médiation à Dublin et à La Rochelle.

Son souhait le plus cher est de pouvoir échanger avec le plus de professionnels possibles sur le modèle de Consensus parental dont les avantages sont multiples tant pour les familles que pour les professionnels.


Prof. Michael E. Lamb

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Professor of Psychology at the University of Cambridge, UK.

He has long studied parent-child relationships and child development in various family and cultural circumstances and the role of children in the legal system. That research has led to several international awards and honorary degrees. Michael is currently editor of the American Psychological Association’s journal, Psychology, Public Policy, and Law.


Prof. Dr. Michel Grangeat

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Professor emeritus of Educational Science at the University Grenoble Alpes, France
Member of the International Council on Shared Parenting (ICSP/CIRA) since the creation of the Council, of which he is a co-founder

Michel´s speciality is the study of the activity of professionals of the human sector (teachers, social workers, caregivers, etc) in collective settings, i.e. when their activity achievement depends on several professionals. Their activitiy is at the service of the wellbeing and learning of people, adults and children.

Chantal Clot-Grangeat and Michel Grangeat edit a weekly blog about current events and research on shared-parenting in France and beyond: http://summit4u.org/.Question
Grangeat, M. (2017). La résidence alternée, une question sociale et politique. Article publié dans la revue ouverte en ligne The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/la-residence-alternee-une-question-sociale-et-politique-71281Question


Thorbjørn Jagland

Thorbjørn Jagland is a Norwegian politician from the Labour Party, currently serving as the Secretary General of the Council of Europe (since 2009). He served as Prime Minister of Norway from 1996 to 1997, as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 2000 to 2001 and as President of the Storting from 2005 to 2009.




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