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The Child’s Rights Center of Central Europe (CRC CE) gathers child rights experts and students, young researchers (with an interest in children’s rights) of the region with the aim to share and exchange knowledge and expertise. Given the cross and interdisciplinary nature of the rights of the child, the aim is to provide a platform to not only to lawyers but to other pofessions that are deeply involved in the realisation of children’s rights i.e. (but not exclusivly) pedagogy, psychology, criminology.

The blog of the CRC CE aims to provide an overview and information about important events in the field of children’s rights of the region. It aims to gather and shorty analyse legislative changes, court decisions that are either adopted on a national level of CEE countries or that have an impact on the region and are concluded on and International or European level. In addition to the legal aspects, the insights and research results of psychology, pedagogy, criminology are also included.

Child Rights’s Center of Central Europe

The Child’s Rights Center of Central Europe (CRC CE) gathers child rights experts and students, young researchers (with an interest in children’s rights) of the region with the aim to share and exchange knowledge and expertise.

Dr. Márta Benyusz

Chairwoman

Márta Benyusz is the president of the Association of Children’s Rights. She led the Department of International and EU Law at the Ferenc Mádl Institute of Comparative Law for more than three years. She graduated at the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Law and also holds a European and International Business Law LL.M., completed in English language at the same university. She is currenty completing her Ph.D studies at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University in the field of children’s rights. She is also an attorney-at-law admitted to the Budapest Bar Association, currently her activity is on pause. She is professional coordinator of the annualy organised Children’s Rights Days international conference and she provided professional support to initiate the International and Comparative Children’s Rights LL.M programme to which the Central European Academy provides a scholarship.  She was a freelance advisor on children rights to the Office of Religious Orders and was and is involved in many projects on the rights of the child. She has the ability to conduct research and speak in Polish, English, French and Hungarian.

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